Mopar JK-8 Pick-Up Conversion Kit

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Jeep Wranglers are the go-to vehicle when it comes to exploring the backcountry. Although it’s hard to find any complaints with the go anywhere Jeep, we have found it to be rather lackluster in the cargo space department. Mopar has solved this long time issue with the release of their JK-8 Pick-Up Conversion Kit.

First making its debut at the Moab Jeep Safari, this kit has become extremely popular for off-road enthusiasts looking to transform their Jeep into a full-fledged pickup truck. Gaining its inspiration from the popular Jeep Scrambler CJ-8 from the 1980s, this kit comes with everything you need including a spacious 44-inch by 50-inch steel bed along with inner and outer stamped sheet metal bedsides, sports bar extension, fiberglass bulkhead and even a removable fiberglass hardtop outfitted with a sliding rear window. Mopar sells the kit for about $6,200, and offers it ready to match any color you need. [Purchase]

Jeep Wrangler JK-8 Independence

Jeep Wrangler JK-8 Independence

Mopar JK-8 Pick-Up Conversion Kit 4

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