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03-04-2009 09:59 PM
mspencer54 I plan to go at the end of march when the snow pack melts. since its my dd, i probably wont go bigger then 4" when i have the cash to do so
03-01-2009 03:29 PM
crafty Find out to what extent you want to wheel your rig first, get out there with a group. The suspension and tires will get you more use out of your dollars. You could have a real beast and still have a factory interior. Roll cage should be at the top of the interior upgrade list. Also consider a hand throttle if you have a stick shift and plan to do rocks.
03-01-2009 03:06 PM
Where to start...

To start, i have a 92 wrangler with the 4.0 6 cyl, soft top, and its pretty much stock. I have probably spent about $3000 on repairs alone, both DIY and Shop. I finally have 95% of it repaired and want to start upgrading it. Because im in college and dont make a whole lot just yet, im thinking of starting on the interior first. I want to start by rhinolining the inside, replacing seats and the console. then id like to move to the engine with a snorkel, maybe a new throttle body, electric fan and maybe a dual battery tray. I do want to lift it eventually but want to start on smaller stuff first. Any ideas or suggestions?

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