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I recall some "analysis" a long time ago that pointed out it's a rare 2WD wrangler with open diff. I didn't even know those existed.
I'm pretty sure I can see the edge of the front diff in that picture.
 

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What I want to know is how you managed to get the side of the Jeep a little muddy....like mud puddle splashes...........and the wheels and tires are still shiny “armor-all” Black. ?

Iam not falling for your deceitful photo-op......maybe believable if there was mud on the tires too....:clap:
 
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What I want to know is how you managed to get the side of the Jeep a little muddy....like mud puddle splashes...........and the wheels and tires are still shiny “armor-all” Black. ?

Iam not falling for your deceitful photo-op......maybe believable if there was mud on the tires too....:clap:
Well, that's what happens when the last hole is full of mud AND water.
 

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