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Phillip's new vehicle...
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(06-25-2013, 07:58 AM)Phillip Wrote:  
(06-25-2013, 02:32 AM)Excalibur35 Wrote:  Congrats man! New cars are always fun.

I love Jeeps. And the 4 door wranglers are bad mama jama's. Wheels and bigger tires are a must. A small (2-3") lift is preferred, but not necessary. And make sure you start rocking it with the doors off. That's always a fun feeling in a Wrangler.


A buddy of mine has a 2 door and thats what made me want one. He has a 3" lift, huge tires, top and doors off, it was awesome to take out in the mud. His has the 4 cylinder though, Im glad mine has a v6.

Ive had so much fun with the top back already. This weekend the doors are coming off.
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A buddy of mine jus picked up a 4dr too and he has the V6 4x4 Unlimited but was saying that the Inline 6s was better compared to the newer one mainly because of the torque difference.
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(06-25-2013, 01:29 PM)EJDerrty8 Wrote:  A buddy of mine jus picked up a 4dr too and he has the V6 4x4 Unlimited but was saying that the Inline 6s was better compared to the newer one mainly because of the torque difference.

It is preferred for offroading, from what Ive heard and read, because of the torque. For me though, I really dig the V6. Great speed on the interstate, and performed great with the little bit of mud I put it through the night I got it.
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Congrats on the new car. I wonder what my next car after my civic is going to be lol.
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small phone pics:

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About an hour after installing the new wheels and tires:

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Finally clean again
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drool
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Looks great, any other plans?
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(06-10-2014, 07:21 PM)Kallar68 Wrote:  Looks great, any other plans?

Thanks! A few, but no suspension work until warranty is out. Will be getting a 20" LED bar to go on my front bumper, may get a 50" LED bar above my windshield, KC LED headlights, ipad mini and dash mount (rather than using my radio), and replacing my "premium Alpine" speakers and sub woofer, tinting my windows and getting tinted soft top windows, clear front turn signals/reflectors or tinting my current ones.

I keep changing my mind so much on things that I want, so Im holding off on buying right now, lol. Not even gonna lie, LED bars are so high, and as bad as I dont want to, I will be buying a Chinese knock off one(20") because other Jeepers have them and said they are excellent quality. They can only be used offroad anyways, so I dont mind trying a small cheap one first. Only $100 for a 20" bar.
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In my experience all led are the same watt for watt. All the ones in my car are no name off ebay I waited 3+ weeks for to ship and have worked flawlessly over the 5 years of ownership. Tbh the only led I ever see crap out are those ones for pickups that go under the tailgate as a brake Light and I'm assuming that's because of the constant on and off.
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