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Old 03-03-2012, 08:09 PM   #1
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Talking Whats your favorite jeep toy or accessory???

So i am looking to get a few little toys for my jeep, and was just wondering, what is your favorite add on or accessory that you cant live without or just plain and simply love?!

Examples can be anywhere from interior to exterier, lighting, rails, tires, etc.

Hopefully il get some ideas of what my next few dollars will be going towards.

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sPOD, though it's only worthwhile if you're gonna add several auxiliary electrical gizmos.

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The steering wheel
That's not an accessory.

Is it?
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That's not an accessory.

Is it?
You did not see my pink furry cover?
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You did not see my pink furry cover?
I've been eyeballing some fuzzy dice. Think they'd make my rig tuff.
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I think the screen grill guard really makes a difference in the looks . $10.40 cheap and looks great
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So i am looking to get a few little toys for my jeep, and was just wondering, what is your favorite add on or accessory that you cant live without or just plain and simply love?!
You have to pretty up the rear.

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Well, my android mount then my Trektop. Of course my XHD front bumper saved my Jeep from a deer collision so it was a Jeep saver and my AEV hood. Hard to choice lol
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My winch. In recent snow I've pulled my inlaws out, myself out, and my other jeep out.
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My winch. In recent snow I've pulled my inlaws out, myself out, and my other jeep out.
Ace sliders. Period.

They saved me a nasty door ding at the supermarket a few days ago. Mom and three little brats parked next to me and one of the kids basically pushed the front passenger door of their Volvo open with his feet. It hit my slider hard, didn't even mar the powder coat. Her door however now has a very significant 4-5" dent in the edge. Take that!

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Old 03-04-2012, 04:49 AM   #17
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Old 03-04-2012, 05:41 AM   #18
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I've already been spared a ding by my Ace Rails as well, but what I really notice on a daily basis is my Rugged Ridge floor mats.
(also sold under various other names)

Those things just collect the dirt and sand and gunk and keep it off the carpet where it is way harder to remove. I pass the vacuum at the car wash over 'em and they are cleaned out. No BS, no extra work.
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Old 03-04-2012, 05:46 AM   #19
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do you guys think its better to put HID(white/blue) lights or stick with the typical yellow light? just wondering hehehe

im still within the bounds of the topic right? hehe
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do you guys think its better to put HID(white/blue) lights or stick with the typical yellow light? just wondering hehehe

im still within the bounds of the topic right? hehe
Considering you aren't answering the question, but offering yet another different question that doesn't pertain to the intent of the thread I would say that, "no it is not within the bounds of the topic".

Perhaps a thread about LIGHTING would be a good place for your question about lighting?
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Another vote for the ACE rails...pulled into parking lot other day and sitting in my Jeep for a minute to listen to end of a song, lady pulls up, kid throws open door WHAM! hits the ACE rail. Not a scratch on the powder coat...her door not so lucky, folded the edge over and cracked the paint.

I hear they work good off-road too
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Ace sliders. Period.
They saved me a nasty door ding at the supermarket a few days ago. Mom and three little brats parked next to me and one of the kids basically pushed the front passenger door of their Volvo open with his feet. It hit my slider hard, didn't even mar the powder coat. Her door however now has a very significant 4-5" dent in the edge. Take that!
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Another vote for the ACE rails...pulled into parking lot other day and sitting in my Jeep for a minute to listen to end of a song, lady pulls up, kid throws open door WHAM! hits the ACE rail. Not a scratch on the powder coat...her door not so lucky, folded the edge over and cracked the paint.
I hear they work good off-road too
Parking lot justice.

I'd have to add my ORH fastback soft top to the mix, because of it's modular nature and it's looks. The closer it gets to top-down weather, the more it calls me.
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You have to pretty up the rear.
Where did you get that?
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Where did you get that?
It's the "Eagle#6 spare tire cover"
From Tire Cover central on Amazon-dot-com.
Here's the link:
Amazon.com: Eagle#6 spare tire cover: Automotive
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You have to pretty up the rear.
That's what they say on Brokeback Mountain!
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That's what they say on Brokeback Mountain!
I just LOL'd at work. The lady next to me is giving me wierd looks now!

Love my spruced up grab handles though:
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I love my steel bumpers. A Camry hit me last week in the snow, I got a scratch, his headlight it gone. Like way gone

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