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Old 10-13-2011, 08:08 PM   #1
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Mods/upgrades on New 2012 JKU Rubi

We'll the JKU Rubicon is on order and here I am already thinking of what modifications and upgrades I should be doing. I figured some here might be thinking the same thoughts.

I was looking online at a AEV package deal that was @ 8K (not installed) that would have the new ride sitting pretty as a daily driver and fun for the wknds. My only dilemma is I am left with brand new OEM parts that I will be trying to sell and not sure what I will even get for them or how long it will take to unload.

What would one expect to get for OEM bumpers, Rims/tires and stock suspension and hood? Would a discount on the package and labor be appropriate?

Damn this Jeep thing is going to be expensive. PM me if you feel it is more appropriate than responding dollar amounts.

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Old 10-13-2011, 08:57 PM   #2
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OEM parts are a dime a dozen. Stock rubi
Wheels/tires $750 tops new and that's about it. Lucky enough to get factory 19/60 HD springs might be able to sell to someone who needs them. I have been considering a factory front bumper w/ fogs to replace my damaged one--see them for around $100.
Hoods $300-$400.

It will help. Best advice is to mod yourself.
I'm curious to know what a AEV jeep resales for ??
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