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Old 06-23-2019, 09:52 PM
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Can you spot the difference

It's a 93 yj I just picked up can you spot what's wrong?????

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Old 06-23-2019, 09:59 PM   #2
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TJ turn signal location?

EDIT: I like it, because my son's YJ, the turn signals are mostly obscured by the winch...
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Old 06-23-2019, 11:03 PM
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TJ turn signal location?

EDIT: I like it, because my son's YJ, the turn signals are mostly obscured by the winch...
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I think its TJ fronts on yj fenders I just find it strange there's no holes in the grill for them
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Built for the foreign market?
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Tacking TJ caps on the front of YJ fenders and closing off the grill panel turn signal holes shouldn't be too hard for a journeyman body tech. Most bodymen could do it and make it look stock.
If you look at customized cars, there are plenty of even more extreme modifications that look like they were done in the factory.
Sometimes a person does something for no other reason than to have something a bit different.

That's a good idea to do if a guy is running a winch on a YJ.

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Actually those are relocated YJ signals. The lens is definitely YJ.
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It's just weird there's no holes in the grill and I don't see where they body worked them over
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Some bubba with too much time and body filler on their hands
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Built for the foreign market?
Could be, Europe has had specs for turn signal visibility a lot longer than we have.
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Here's how the European jeeps look
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Possibly an earlier version? Were you able to figure out if it was modified or if it came like that from the factory?
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It don't look like the grill was body worked at all
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It don't look like the grill was body worked at all
That what a good bodyman does.

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It don't look like the grill was body worked at all
That what a good bodyman does.

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true but this wasn't a good body man haha
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