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Old 11-10-2010, 05:31 AM   #1
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Im kind of new to Jeeps and I was wondering what kind of Wrangler would be best for a heavy snowfall place like upstate NY, im looking for an '03

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Then get an '03.

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they all work the same lol. Pick one you like and rock it.
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Im just trying to figure out which would work best in the snow, if there is a difference
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they'll all work the same in the snow, just make sure to get a good snow tire. i would also stick with the 6 cyl engine b/c the 4 cyl can be a dog on the highway.
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one with lockers may be a good option-however. most but not all. do not have lockers from factory. other than that good tires all stock jeeps are pretty much the same
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one with lockers may be a good option-however. most but not all. do not have lockers from factory. other than that good tires all stock jeeps are pretty much the same
Iow, he's suggesting a Rubicon, but any Wrangler will be fine in the snow with decent snow tires.......
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Im leaning towards an unlimited rubicon
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Old 11-10-2010, 10:25 AM   #9
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unlimited has a longer wheel base so that would be a good choice.
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Im kind of new to Jeeps and I was wondering what kind of Wrangler would be best for a heavy snowfall place like upstate NY, im looking for an '03
Wranglers aren't all that good in the snow on the street. short wheelbase makes the ends want to swap. LJ's are better...if you're stuck on a wrangler, look for the extra wheelbase. otherwise an XJ or full size bronco would be best. truetrac's front and rear will give either rig awesome traction in the snow.

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