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Old 12-04-2010, 09:16 PM   #1
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Christmas gift for a new JKU owner

Hi everyone,

If you were buying or receiving a gift from someone in the $50-60 range for your/their new Jeep, what would you want/get? They already have slush mats.

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Old 12-04-2010, 09:19 PM   #2
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Raingler grab handles. www.raingler.com

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Old 12-04-2010, 09:36 PM   #3
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accessory tote bag, goes on the glovebox "grab bar"



Lousy pic, but checkout "allthingsjeep.com" Pt# MCH-JATX-6x10 $36.99

Pretty handy, especially for passenger/women

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Old 12-04-2010, 09:38 PM   #4
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Nice man purse JIMBO!
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Old 12-05-2010, 12:00 AM   #5
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I am subscribing to this just to keep it going. I need to do the same thing.

The grab handles are great.

May I suggest a center arm rest pad or maybe a drake billet piece or two. Set of deflators( the good ones). A small compressor. A decent strap or other recovery gear item.
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Old 12-05-2010, 08:21 AM   #7
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It's a little out of the price range but I am getting the rugged ridge light bar that goes on the front bumper for Christmas. It's 69 and then I have to buy 3 daylighters to throw on it
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Old 12-05-2010, 09:03 AM   #10
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Here's a couple more for the vertically challenged women



The stirrup works anywhere and the little plastic stool can be used for much more, it folds flat and can be stored anywhere !!

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Jimbox-my daughter would like the stirrup...the 1911 is too big for me...kahr pm9 or the 38 airweight are better for us frame challenged girls...I can't read the label on the visor holster, where did you get it/who makes it?
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Old 12-05-2010, 10:32 AM   #12
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Fire extinguisher and mount, add a trunk, SpiderWeb sunshade, Harley mirrors, padded console, CB, shovel, recovery strap, recovery hooks, D rings, foot pegs (although JK's don't need them as much as TJ's) clover patch window roll, Trail cover (over the $ limit, but very nice to have). And of course a Dirty Mudder Column cover . First aid kit, tools to keep on board..... I'll think of more later.
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Old 12-05-2010, 10:35 AM   #13
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hmmm lets see $50-$60 you could do Grab handles, K&N filter, Center console arm pad, Tow chain, Tools to keep on the storage box in the back, Hope this helps.
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Jimbox-my daughter would like the stirrup...the 1911 is too big for me...kahr pm9 or the 38 airweight are better for us frame challenged girls...I can't read the label on the visor holster, where did you get it/who makes it?
The stirrup comes from "allthingsjeep.com Pt# ASP-SS-15-$50 BUCKS

The holster I've had for a long time and I either gotit from LA Police supply/NRA store or cheaperthandirt.com and it's part of a THIGH holster ammo/belt combo, (UNDERTHEGUN/UDT), but works perfect on the visor-

The weight of the 1911 is MUCH for the visor, but I've got the Rollhard Cage to buffer it, for vertical jarring !!

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Hi everyone,

If you were buying or receiving a gift from someone in the $50-60 range for your/their new Jeep, what would you want/get? They already have slush mats.

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Hi lift, but honestly go wheeling with them and pay for their gas teach them how to have fun!
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What no compliment for a chick knowing the gun from the grip poking out from the holster.?? I know I left out the aquatic rodent reference...I didn't want to set myself up...

I think an excellent gift would be a hands on help for a mod install from an experienced Jeeper...gotta find me a nice single guy to help me on that!
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I think an excellent gift would be a hands on help for a mod install from an experienced Jeeper...gotta find me a nice single guy to help me on that!
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bahaha!! pics please!!!I know nice people from Kansas!
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hmmm lets see $50-$60 you could do Tow chain,
Chains are bad.......
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These ideas are great! We're looking forward to hitting the trails and i still have to put things under that tree! Keep those ideas coming!

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Cold SRT, et al - There are a ton of deflators and compressors out there. What do you recommend?
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Cold SRT, et al - There are a ton of deflators and compressors out there. What do you recommend?
Staun deflators. The compressor is harder to nail down. I have a viair portable and I really like it.
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STAUN deflaters are the best, there are cheaper styles, but you get what you payfor

Many different PORTABLE air compressors and a couple of different OBA compressors-Vair/ARB/York (mod), depends on how much you want to spend and how complete/convenient you want your sys-mine is ARB CKMA12HPAC-

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