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SEMA 2012 - Day 1

Article written by MOABJEEPER Staff

Date Added: 10/30/2012

If you're an off-road enthusiast you can't wait to see the great, new products from the SEMA show in Las Vegas, Nevada.

BDS Suspension - This is a company that in MOABJEEPER Magazine's opinion (sorry Mr. President) did build it themselves through a long slow process of hard work.
Carter, BDS Suspension, tells us they have nearly doubled their facilities as they continue to take a greater market share. How have they done this? 1. Bolt-on components that actually fit correctly. 2. Keeping stock on hand to same day ship if ordered prior to 1:00 p.m. (eastern time zone). 3. A no fine print lifetime warranty. You break it - they replace it.
But don't think these guys are all work and no fun. This year's BDS SEMA theme... TAILGATE PARTY! Cold beer, hot dogs, and of course their Ultimate Adventure Jeep.
These trick looking headlights are actually the taillights. No need to decide if you're coming or going.
OMIX-ADA - OMIX is the largest manufacturer of off-road components. You most likely know them as Rugged Ridge, Alloy USA, or by one of the other company names in the OMIX portfolio.

One component that definitely caught the most attention is the Rugged Ridge Powertop. Check back soon as we get our video of this top edited and posted on our MOABJEEPER Magazine YouTube channel.

Hank, OMIX-ADA, tells us that from top to bottom they are a one stop shop for all your Jeeping needs. And if your particular Jeeping need is to take your JK swimming, Rugged Ridge has the snorkel.
However, Hank tells us they understand that having a Jeep isn't just about spending all your free time in the garage building it, but the entire lifestyle that goes with it. While they have no plans to build kayaks, they have worked with others in the industry to make the hardware for all your other adventure interests.
Bestop - At this time we're not finding these spare tire saddlebags on Bestop?s website, but we really like them. Quality construction, but we expect nothing less. These bags create storage space where none existed.
Keeping the bags in place are straps encircling the tire and wrapping around it front to back.
We really loved this truck bed cover. Same great Bestop material and construction and a lot cheaper than buying a traditional hard shell for your truck.
Eye Candy - The following pictures are nothing more than just some great looking vehicles.

Who wouldn't want this sweet looking CJ?

Good looking JK and we believe a first time exhibitor.
Ox 5 - More on this war veteran and why it's here at the SEMA show tomorrow.

Final Thoughts

Tomorrow we will bring more photos, details, and insight on the SEMA show.

Our Thank You's!

Thank you for reading MOABJEEPER Magazine.
 


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