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07-29-2009 05:28 PM
spaz8 No worries, I personally prefer the look as well, expecially since near where i live a wrangler is pretty much a soccer moms new van, so I want something to set it apart aside from mud splattered all over
07-29-2009 04:34 PM
Geoff@Bestop I can't answer about Mass' trails. Just wanted to say that a 2003 Wrangler (or any TJ) is very capable off road in stock form. Good tires and a good driver will get you through almost every trail.

I realize this is not the question you are asking. But I'm on a jihad to persuade new Wrangler owners to get out and drive first, THEN go about lifting it and whatnot.
07-29-2009 03:15 PM
spaz8
first time offroader

Im looking to buy a Jeep soon and was just wondering if there were any places to take a Jeep offroading near Boston, (specifically i live in weymouth) from what I've seen most are in western mass. Main reason I'm wondering is because the lift kit will depend on how often I'll take it offroading.

Looking to hopefully get a 2003 wrangler. thanks.

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