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  1. Skysniper
    So I've found some in Utah that are going for great prices and coming with a whole lot more than normal. Here's one example, let me know what you think:
    https://www.ksl.com/auto/listing/12041154

    I can't wait till the first of the year when I can go test drive these and actual buy my first rig. I've got a bunch of ideas for what I want to do to whatever rig I do buy.

    How you been?....
  2. Skysniper
    Hey Steve, What do you think about this one? Needs some work but for 4k....only downside is that it's an automatic

    1990 Jeep Wrangler YJ
  3. Skysniper
    Hey what does the quick disconnect mean, when phrased like this: 4" Skyjacker Lift w/quick disconnect sway bar links?...
  4. Skysniper
    Thanks for the e-mail bud, I'll look over it in a few. I've got to admit, I'm not a huge fan of an automatic on a jeep either....I do like the four door thing though, as it would give a nice amount of space and allow to pack for camping. I love the size and lift with the 35"s...
  5. Skysniper
    Hey Man, saw this 07 Rubi, what do you think?

    07 Jeep Wrangler UNLIMITED RUBICON
  6. Skysniper
    Great info, I would love to get that spreadsheet. Send to me at satcombowen@yahoo.com Greatly appreciated. I need to keep reading up on this stuff but you're right, I need to get a rig (But the right rig too) then go from there and trial and error some stuff out too.
  7. Skysniper
    Thanks and anytime. Glad to hear your close-ish to my kneck of the woods, I love driving through Oregan to get to Washington, done it a few times and I don't hesitate to do it if given any oportunity. Oregan is an awesome drive.

    Would I be better off trying to find a nice Rubicon? They come with the best stock off roading config you can get right...stock that is.

    So what do I need to worry about, basically if I go 33's or 35's it sounds like I want a greaing of 4.10 or 4.53? What do I need to worry about on base, axel, shocks, lift minimum and such...like what would a nice ideal set up be? Is it possible to have a badd-A## jeep that drives well on the road too? or do I sacrifice too much one for the other?

    Trial and Error is a great friend of mine
  8. Skysniper
    You're awesome dude. I was Military but I am a contractor to the military now. It's good and bad. Good is I make more moeny, bad is I travel a little bit more than I'd like. I'm going back to Vegas though, same job but my house and two young sons are there.

    I am looking for a toy, I have an Audi as a daily driver. This jeep is something for me and my two boys (Ages 6 and 3) to take and have fun with, I don't think I will do super hard rock crawling, I'm unexperienced and don't want to danger my sons but we do want to have some fun too

    So with that being said, how would you suggest I best describe that type of a jeep?

    I think you're right near new or a nicely taken care of one might be a good way to go. As much as it pains me, taking my time to find the right fit is key here, as you've stated.

    Where you from?
  9. Skysniper
    Thanks man, hope I'm not bothering you with my questions. I think my biggest problem right now, is that I am overseas and will be here for another 6 months but as soon as I get back home (Las Vegas) one of the first things I'm gonna do is buy my first rig.

    So one more question, if you don't mind. Money isn't really the issue for me, should I buy something New, near new or way old? If I go new I'm gonna have to not only pay new price but still do all the mods that I would want done, near new, I would try to find one that has as monay mods as possible and an old one, well the same thng but I would try to get bang for buck.

    I like the fact that with an older one , I'm not going to be super worried about roughing it up. Anyways, what's your opinion?
  10. Skysniper
    Hey man, what would you think about one like this? 07 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon JK(RUBICON READY)

    Or should I not even think about a salvaged title type of thing?

    Thanks for any info

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