Originally Posted by Patrick H
Tune up, oil change, change differential fluids, transfer case fluid, flush cooling system, flush power steering fluid, flush brake fluid
Also some cheap mods could include:
- mirror relocation brackets(if you want them when the doors are off)
- clutch bypass if you get tired of pushing in the clutch everything you start it. (Mildly useful)
-2" budget boost or a small lift.
-a windjammer and bikini top with a smittybuilt c-res.
-31"- 33" tires (if cash permitts) (33"s will require new to you wheels or wheel spacers.) 31 if you don't want it to feel sluggish.
- turn signal lenses (clear) (I like black too)
- an iSimple aux input for the music!
--ok, I just mentioned half of my jeep. Haha. Sorry.
Most are pretty cheap mods.
Wait on major upgrades(large lifts, gears, lockers, over 33" tires, etc until you think you need them off road. There's a lot that goes into making it work right and could cost you a new axle, axle shafts, new spider gears or r&p, tie rods, u joints, etc...and a bad day on the trail.
Moral: have fun, try not to get too over your head in parts(we all do) and enjoy the thrill of all that is wrangler!
PS she's a great looking ride! Mine had 127000 and I paid 9.5k!