remove running boards, remove your bumper caps, recess your factory tail lights or get LEDS in the rear(Cheaper than you think), grab handles for the interior
maybe if you got some cash laying around, a CB.
Since winters coming up, you can get a full size shovel and put it inside your front bumper. Just remove the bumper caps, get a full size shovel with just a stick handle, not the ones with the D handle end, put it through the tunnel in your front bumper, and bungee it tight with the holes in the frame. Cheap easy, and good insurance for winter.
Never thought of putting a shovel there. Good idea...especially in ND.
Works real good. My GF took the camera home with her until sunday, or I would snap some pics. If you got 2 or 3 bungees laying around, and a shovel, or some cash for a shovel, it really is worth the 2 minutes to shove it in
Also works under the hood. Get a spade shovel, lay it across the 2 brace bars, measure and cut the handle to fit under the hood when shut. Drill a hole in the shovel handle where it sits on the brace, and tie it down with some sort of metal strap or whatever you come up with. tie the other side down with rope, or in the same manner as before. Make sure you put some rubber tubing or some sort of insulation on the brace bars, and you may consider doing something similiar to the spade. Works good there, but if those straps work loose, your awefully close to the battery terminal. I ran the shovel this way with my 97 in winter. Works good, the shovel gets nice and toasty. Helps clear snow a little easier, but I went with the bumper this time for the longer handle.
First off looks great! I have a black SE also and i cant wait to put my 31's on now...
For eye appeal you can remove those side steps which will make it look even bigger, add some auxiliary lights on the bumper, maybe take off that white protecting strip under the driver side door or replace it with a black one to give it a cleaner look, remove the "milk jugs" on the bumper like others suggested, and maybe even take off the mud flaps and hood deflector...thats a personal decision though, i just dont like mud flaps or hood deflectors but some people do so those are up to you...maybe add some light guards to your taillights....theres all kinds of small stuff you can do, these are just a few things, just get creative and personalize your jeep the way you like it and have fun with it