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Old 04-17-2012, 01:36 PM   #1
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Spending $3500 on Jeep Accessories

I have some money to spend on my jeep and I was going to get the following but wanted to make sure I'm not missing something obvious that I should get instead . I plan on doing a lift later so thats not something for me right now... Just looking for input

2012 JKU Hard Top

Want to buy:
- Seat Covers
- Pro Cal (Need to disable TPMS)
- Smitty Built CRES Top
- Body Armor front and Rear Doors
- Black Door Hinges / Hood Hinges
- Rugged Ridge XHD Front & Rear Bumper
- Smittybuilt 8K Winch
- Tuffy Underseat Security Box

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Tax refund money?

I would go with function over form personally. Would opt for the bumper/winch first

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Well the list above can all be had with my $3500. I just don't want to place an order then find myself crying because I jumped the gun. I could always find more stuff I want just trying to get it in a good order is the problem
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Just curious, but do you have heated seats? I'd like to get an underseat box too, but I heard it's difficult with the heated seats.
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I do have heated seats, from the reading I'm doing the tuffy will fit if you remove the bracket and it has instructions with it to do so. I've heard the best top will work also but I see more + reviews on the tuffy...
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With front and rear bumpers your jeep might be looking like a low rider. lol. Should maybe reconsider the lift. Or even a leveling kit in the meantime. Quick easy install.

With 3500 i'd get a 2.5" lift, and wheels/tires. Spend the remaining on the doors and such, if there is any left.
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Put the money away, go use your Jeep.
After using your Jeep you will know what you want to spend money on.

Going to strangers to ask for advice as to what to spend money on is a fool's errand.
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Id hop up to 35's if I had that kind of money to spend. if you really want to you an probably get wheels tires, lift and some money left over depending on how much you spend on wheels and tires
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put the money away, go use your jeep.
After using your jeep you will know what you want to spend money on.

Going to strangers to ask for advice as to what to spend money on is a fool's errand.
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Personally, Buy a good lift, Tires, and Wheels. Then sell what you have on Craigslist to replace some of the expense.
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I have some money to spend on my jeep and I was going to get the following but wanted to make sure I'm not missing something obvious that I should get instead . I plan on doing a lift later so thats not something for me right now... Just looking for input

2012 JKU Hard Top

Want to buy:
- Seat Covers Why? Just not for me, iguess
- Pro Cal (Need to disable TPMS) I need one too but after my regear
- Smitty Built CRES Top Again, useless for me
- Body Armor front and Rear Doors I want some too but the body armor are too pricey for me
- Black Door Hinges / Hood Hinges Again, why. IMO useless
- Rugged Ridge XHD Front & Rear Bumper Good choice but the weight will make your Jeep sag
- Smittybuilt 8K Winch Same as above. Weight of winch+wire cable will sag the front end
- Tuffy Underseat Security Box Cool
IMO that is a lot of useless accessories for $3500 but everyone wants different things out oo their Jeep.

As mentioned before I would go with 2.5" lift, think RK stock mod or Teraflex, about $700 complete. Wheels and tires, I would go combo here 15's with 33" duratracs. I can almost guarantee you'll have money left over for a few of the things you want above.

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All of that crap is just 'fluff.' Get off Quadratec and go check out some of the better stuff on the market. There's a whole lot more out there than you're seeing and you'll be able to put that big chunk of change to use much more effectively.
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All of that crap is just 'fluff.' Get off Quadratec and go check out some of the better stuff on the market. There's a whole lot more out there than you're seeing and you'll be able to put that big chunk of change to use much more effectively.
Agree here. Go check out Poly Performance, Rebel Offroad, Truck/Jeep Add Ons, Krawl Offroad, Northridge 4x4....etc

Also before you buy, CALL the vendor. Usually can give you a cheaper price than internet listing, even Quadratec can.

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Putting the RR bumpers on front and rear is going to weigh your rig down. I agree with previous posts that you might want to rethink the lift, or at the very least consider a spring swap for some stiffer springs that will better support the equipment you are going to bolt on, but if you have a 4 door a spring swap might not benefit you and you should go for the lift IMHO.
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what gear ratio do you have, make sure you don't have to regear with lift and larger tires.
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Shoulda just spent the $$.
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I could find a lot of usefull ways to spend that on a JK. Especially a stock one. BUT, this is your JK and you need to build it the way you want to. You are the one that is paying for it and driving it everyday...

So, with that being said, the only two things on your list I would look again at is the Body Armor doors. We have had issues with the locks/latches on them. You can save your money and wait a bit for the ones that ACE is about to release. Then the winch. We have had great success with the ENGO line. They are great and wont break the bank which will help streatch your total some more!

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I could find a lot of usefull ways to spend that on a JK. Especially a stock one. BUT, this is your JK and you need to build it the way you want to. You are the one that is paying for it and driving it everyday...

So, with that being said, the only two things on your list I would look again at is the Body Armor doors. We have had issues with the locks/latches on them. You can save your money and wait a bit for the ones that ACE is about to release. Then the winch. We have had great success with the ENGO line. They are great and wont break the bank which will help streatch your total some more!

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Here's a nice start (meaning - this is what I did, haha):

Get some BFG 255/80/17's and some nice back steel wheels.
Get a Teraflex leveling kit.
Or find a nice combo for your jeep. That would be an easy start.

After that, a bikini top and doors sounds like a great idea.

I would hold off on the bumber and winch until you find if you need them.

I also got some rigid dually LED lights to mount on the A-pillars and some safari straps just 'cause I though they looked cool.

Continue to surf the forum and pick out some stuff that sounds like a good idea. For example, picking up an evap skid sounded like a good idea to me, even for modest trails.

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The RR bumpers will cause your jeep to sag 1/4" at the most.
If you have stiff springs maybe even less.

They're great bumpers. I have the front and rear and love em!
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I know everyone is suggesting the lift first but the OP for his own reasons doesn't want to go there yet. I kinda understand that in a way, lifts, wheels, tires, gears (the whole package) is a chunk of change if you do it right.

So with that said, I agree with the posters and with the bumpers/winch his JK will sit lower and have more rake. What I'd suggest is shop one of the forum vendors (like me ) for better deals and spend that $ on some coil spacers to compensate for the weight.

Couple of other things.
Think about a Rugged Ridge winch, someone (like me) will give you a combo deal with the bumpers.
The bestop draw is worth it for the money, pretty solid and the only thing I've read is the draw won't open as far. Personally I use one for my 9mm etc. and have never had an issue accessing it.
Take the OE hinges off and rattle can them
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The bestop draw is worth it for the money, pretty solid and the only thing I've read is the draw won't open as far. Personally I use one for my 9mm etc. and have never had an issue accessing it.
Take the OE hinges off and rattle can them
You can also mod it to open the full drawer length, like Vas did: Here We Go Again Bestop underseat storage box
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Here's a nice start (meaning - this is what I did, haha):

Get some BFG 255/80/17's and some nice back steel wheels.
Get a Teraflex leveling kit.
Or find a nice combo for your jeep. That would be an easy start.

After that, a bikini top and doors sounds like a great idea.

I would hold off on the bumber and winch until you find if you need them.

I also got some rigid dually LED lights to mount on the A-pillars and some safari straps just 'cause I though they looked cool.

Continue to surf the forum and pick out some stuff that sounds like a good idea. For example, picking up an evap skid sounded like a good idea to me, even for modest trails.

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If you are going 255/80-17 you could just stick to the stock wheels too. But I do like those Mopar winter wheels or whatever they're called.
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If you are going 255/80-17 you could just stick to the stock wheels too. But I do like those Mopar winter wheels or whatever they're called.
I hear you, but once I saw the cookie cutters, I had to order them.
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Talking What is comming to mind.

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You might want to pick up a CB. That is sort of what I am looking at getting right now. I would suggest the (LINK) Cobra C75WXST for about $200 with the antenna and all the wire and stuff. It requires a bit of installation with a hidden box but is easy to tuck away.


If you want one that is a bit more removable for just trail rides I would look at the Midland 75-822. It plugs into the cigarette lighter and can be paired up with a magnet antenna. You can also disconnect it and make it into a walkie talkie. Probablly again about $200.


A cheaper rock solid option would be the Uniden 520 XL (it has a few features that make it worth the $10 cost over the 510). It is about $150 after you get all the stuff you need. You can also add a PA horn under the hood and have the ability to yell at people.

I would use the arazona mount ARIZONA ROCKY ROAD ANTENNA MOUNTS FOR JEEP WRANGLER, UNLIMITED AND LIBERTY or make something like that for the antenna.

You want to make sure it is grounded and adjust the SWR after your done mounting the antenna.

Floor Liners would be a good if you don't have them. I got the quadratic ones and they are pretty good so far. My only complaint is that my heel sometimes catches on the grooves when I'm clutching. Not too bad though, and I would recommend them. I also hear good things about the more expensive weather tech ones too.

If that isn't the COD MW3 then I would consider a set of Ace Rock Sliders (rock rails).

Hinges - I heard that someone who put chrome hinges on his Jeep and it messed up the door alignment. You might want to think about bed liner or Plasti Dip on them? Anyways you might want to make sure people are having good luck with them.

Smittybilt CRES TOP - There are a few other options that you might want to consider. I think that one uses the soft top channel so that you cannot put it on top with the windows.
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Bought mine initially for dogs & munchkins (14 nieces & nephews). But, let's face it, they also look damn good.







I've got the Safari Straps, but there are numerous options out there:

Safari Straps

Dirtydog 4X4 Jeep Accessories - Netting

Smittybilt C.RES - Cargo Restraint System - Quadratec
Recovery Gear - Recovery Strap, Snatch Block, Tree Strap

Locking Lug Nut for your Spare I would go with the Gorilla ones.

I haven't had any problems with the factory headlights yet but that is a pretty popular upgrade to a Daniel Stern or Raylight conversion.


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I have some money to spend on my jeep and I was going to get the following but wanted to make sure I'm not missing something obvious that I should get instead . I plan on doing a lift later so thats not something for me right now... Just looking for input

2012 JKU Hard Top

Want to buy:
- Seat Covers
- Pro Cal (Need to disable TPMS)
- Smitty Built CRES Top
- Body Armor front and Rear Doors
- Black Door Hinges / Hood Hinges
- Rugged Ridge XHD Front & Rear Bumper
- Smittybuilt 8K Winch
- Tuffy Underseat Security Box
Only one suggestion. Daniel Stern/Rally Lights headlight upgrade, then anything else you want.
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Didn't realize asking for input was putting myself up for being called an idiot but whatever... Sorry I don't know everything like you seasoned Jeepers... The main reason I don't want to do a lift & tires is because as of right now this is my Daily Driver. I realize I can still drive it daily but I'm looking to squeeze MPG out of it while I can and I was going to do lift/tires later. I also just bedlined my wheels and bought a cheap set of rubicon tires to get me by for now so I'd like to burn through those.

Reasons for what I was looking at:
- Seat Covers (2 year old and 1 on the way. If you don't have kids don't argue with me!)
- Pro Cal (TPMS)
- CRES Top (I want to take my dog out to the woods but Id like to be able to take the top off without him bailing on me...)
- The doors are more of a look thing for me HOWEVER my wife hates the feeling of no doors so I was trying to appease her...
- Door hinges, again my wife just wanted them but I agree its $250 for not much new...
- I was going to do the bumper so Its done and im setup down the road for my lift / tires. I won't really have a use for it right now though but if I don't spend the $ it will go bye bye somewhere else...
- Tuffy underseat box was for my trusted XD
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Put the money away, go use your Jeep.
After using your Jeep you will know what you want to spend money on.

Going to strangers to ask for advice as to what to spend money on is a fool's errand.
I bet your the same guy that would tell me buying items without asking for "Advice" is just as stupid? If you read what I put I asked for input. I never said I'm letting you guys control what I buy. I just want input because I realize I don't know everything and that sometimes just discussing things with others can make me realize I may want to change something up a bit. You must be the same guy that doesn't wave in his Jeep because nobody knows everything like you?
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Didn't realize asking for input was putting myself up for being called an idiot but whatever... Sorry I don't know everything like you seasoned Jeepers... The main reason I don't want to do a lift & tires is because as of right now this is my Daily Driver. I realize I can still drive it daily but I'm looking to squeeze MPG out of it while I can and I was going to do lift/tires later. I also just bedlined my wheels and bought a cheap set of rubicon tires to get me by for now so I'd like to burn through those.

Reasons for what I was looking at:
- Seat Covers (2 year old and 1 on the way. If you don't have kids don't argue with me!)
- Pro Cal (TPMS)
- CRES Top (I want to take my dog out to the woods but Id like to be able to take the top off without him bailing on me...)
- The doors are more of a look thing for me HOWEVER my wife hates the feeling of no doors so I was trying to appease her...
- Door hinges, again my wife just wanted them but I agree its $250 for not much new...
- I was going to do the bumper so Its done and im setup down the road for my lift / tires. I won't really have a use for it right now though but if I don't spend the $ it will go bye bye somewhere else...
- Tuffy underseat box was for my trusted XD
Other than spraying your hinges, and maybe storing the new bumpers for now, until you lift so it does not sag, I think your good to go with your reasoning... Good luck and enjoy your mods, post pics afterwards..
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Didn't realize asking for input was putting myself up for being called an idiot but whatever... Sorry I don't know everything like you seasoned Jeepers... The main reason I don't want to do a lift & tires is because as of right now this is my Daily Driver. I realize I can still drive it daily but I'm looking to squeeze MPG out of it while I can and I was going to do lift/tires later. I also just bedlined my wheels and bought a cheap set of rubicon tires to get me by for now so I'd like to burn through those.

Reasons for what I was looking at:
- Seat Covers (2 year old and 1 on the way. If you don't have kids don't argue with me!)
- Pro Cal (TPMS)
- CRES Top (I want to take my dog out to the woods but Id like to be able to take the top off without him bailing on me...)
- The doors are more of a look thing for me HOWEVER my wife hates the feeling of no doors so I was trying to appease her...
- Door hinges, again my wife just wanted them but I agree its $250 for not much new...
- I was going to do the bumper so Its done and im setup down the road for my lift / tires. I won't really have a use for it right now though but if I don't spend the $ it will go bye bye somewhere else...
- Tuffy underseat box was for my trusted XD
Some people like to insult others to make themselves feel good, don't let it bother you. For your list...
-Seat covers are a good way to protect the investment, espeically with little kids, you don't want stained seats.
-I get the CRES Top, but I would say it might be worth looking into the safari straps so you can use them with the regular top.
- I hear you on the wife/doors thing!
- For the hingest I agree with the guy who said plastidip, it generally looks good and is much cheaper, at least for stopgap until you decide one way or the other what you want to do
- Tuffy is always a good choice, security is important

Just my opinions on a few of them, do with that what you will. Good luck!

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