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11-08-2013 01:08 PM
Oceansize
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Originally Posted by Vin View Post
Take her out on a dark, moonless night. "Honey, we need more lights."
Yep, I'm trying to convince her that a roof rack w/lights is more important than a new driveway! LOL
11-08-2013 01:03 PM
Vin Take her out on a dark, moonless night. "Honey, we need more lights."
11-08-2013 12:48 PM
Oceansize
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Originally Posted by BlackOpsJeep View Post
Nice! You do realize that as a Jeep owner, you are NEVER DONE modding it! Not EVER!
Would you please tell that to my wife?? LOL!
11-06-2013 01:22 PM
BlackOpsJeep Nice! You do realize that as a Jeep owner, you are NEVER DONE modding it! Not EVER!
11-06-2013 06:24 AM
wrangledangle Looks good!
11-05-2013 07:35 PM
tommy_kha i like the current look
10-10-2013 12:03 AM
Bsc
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Originally Posted by TJDave View Post
Very very nice. I love that color.



Good luck with that!

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10-08-2013 08:07 PM
Jordanz3 Looking good!
10-01-2013 07:12 PM
TJDave Very very nice. I love that color.

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"my rig is done"
Good luck with that!
10-01-2013 06:07 PM
Nissantech Man that thing is sweet!!!!! Congrats looks awsome!
10-01-2013 02:28 PM
SuperTJ Great work! Good looking rig!
10-01-2013 02:25 PM
Oceansize
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Originally Posted by SullivanSeptic View Post
Your jeep looks sick! Love it. I am gonna be pulling the trigger on a lift and tires for my JKU Sahara. I know you have 17" wheels, but can I ask what the width and backspacing you have? Also what size tires?
Sorry, it just occurred to me you're asking aboout wheel width, not tire width. Those rims are 8.5" wide with 4.5" of backspacing. 0 offset. And they tuck under the factory fenders quite nicely. If you were thinking of going coilover, you could do the same setup but with 3.5" backspacing and the tires would still tuck under quite well.
10-01-2013 01:38 PM
Oceansize
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Originally Posted by SullivanSeptic View Post
Your jeep looks sick! Love it. I am gonna be pulling the trigger on a lift and tires for my JKU Sahara. I know you have 17" wheels, but can I ask what the width and backspacing you have? Also what size tires?
Wow, sorry for the late reply, I need to check this forum more often. The width is 12.5" and I'm fairly certain the guys who mounted my wheels did not need to do anything special regarding backspacing. They are 35" tires.
09-21-2013 09:04 AM
SullivanSeptic
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Originally Posted by Oceansize View Post
I bought this 2013 Commando Green stock from Capistrano Jeep. Previously, I had already decided on everything I wanted to do, but I wanted to drive it stock for awhile first to fully appreciate the improvements from the mods I was going to do. I had also previously decided to use Rebel Off-Road to do the installation, and they were the ones who pointed me to that specific dealership because they are unique in that they are willing to work with Rebel on financing. Not only was I offered fleet price with no haggle, but I was able to roll the cost of all the upgrades at Rebel into the financing I got done at the dealership. I was only out-of-pocket the down payment. If anyone is in the So. California area and is looking at buying a new JK to mod out, I can't recommend this strategy highly enough!

The important stuff, by mfr=

Teraflex: 3" suspension lift, axle sleeves, Speed Bumps (slightly modified for extra clearance), steering stabilizer, tire carrier, hi-lift mount, diff covers
Bilstein: 5100 shocks
Synergy: knuckle gussets, chromoly tie rod & clamp
Goodyear: 35" MT/R's
Method: 17" Double Standard rims
Poison Spyder: Brawler Lite front bumper w/Brawler Bar, recovery points, & plate gussets, Evap Skid
Rock-Slide Engineering: Electric Step Sliders
AEV: Rear bumper without tire carrier, with water accessory kit (for camping)
Rock Hard: full set of skid plates (3)
Warn: Zeon 8-S winch
Prolink: Factor 55 hause fairlead
Rigid Industries: 10" E-Series light bar, 2x D2's in fog light bays, 1x diffused D2 in rear
Rugged Ridge: XHD snorkel, headlight & turn signal protectors, floor mats, locking fuel cap



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Your jeep looks sick! Love it. I am gonna be pulling the trigger on a lift and tires for my JKU Sahara. I know you have 17" wheels, but can I ask what the width and backspacing you have? Also what size tires?
09-17-2013 04:13 PM
gunmn74
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Originally Posted by CodyLee1337 View Post
You're gonna want more mods give it time sick looking cheap though! Definitely mirin
I will second that. The spelling error reminded me of a visit to the dealership with my uncle when I was a kid. My Uncle had bought a new jeep and mechanic's name was Chevy and his English was not great. He told my uncle "Nice Heep" and as they talked about it Chevy kept calling it a "Heep" and my uncle said it is brand new it is not a Heep. The mechanic Chevy said "I can't Heep so I say Heep". I about died laughing because my I could tell my uncle was getting upset with his new ride being called a Heep.
09-17-2013 03:27 PM
Oceansize
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Originally Posted by JacobL View Post
That thing is built perfectly! Love the Jeep man!
Ooh I like you already Jacob. Thanks for the nice compliment!
09-17-2013 03:24 PM
Oceansize
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Originally Posted by hbgirl View Post
Nice! You should definitely put up "before" pictures too.
Done!



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09-17-2013 02:59 PM
hbgirl Nice! You should definitely put up "before" pictures too.
09-17-2013 02:50 PM
JacobL That thing is built perfectly! Love the Jeep man!
09-17-2013 02:35 PM
Oceansize
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Originally Posted by CodyLee1337 View Post
You're gonna want more mods give it time sick looking cheap though! Definitely mirin
Don't I know it! Next up on the list is a Gobi roof rack with some more lights by Rigid up on the light rack. But I'll be 100% out of pocket on that, so....patience.
09-17-2013 02:33 PM
CodyLee1337 Jeep*
09-17-2013 02:32 PM
CodyLee1337 You're gonna want more mods give it time sick looking cheap though! Definitely mirin
09-17-2013 02:22 PM
Oceansize I bought this 2013 Commando Green stock from Capistrano Jeep. Previously, I had already decided on everything I wanted to do, but I wanted to drive it stock for awhile first to fully appreciate the improvements from the mods I was going to do. I had also previously decided to use Rebel Off-Road to do the installation, and they were the ones who pointed me to that specific dealership because they are unique in that they are willing to work with Rebel on financing. Not only was I offered fleet price with no haggle, but I was able to roll the cost of all the upgrades at Rebel into the financing I got done at the dealership. I was only out-of-pocket the down payment. If anyone is in the So. California area and is looking at buying a new JK to mod out, I can't recommend this strategy highly enough!

The important stuff, by mfr=

Teraflex: 3" suspension lift, axle sleeves, Speed Bumps (slightly modified for extra clearance), steering stabilizer, tire carrier, hi-lift mount, diff covers
Bilstein: 5100 shocks
Synergy: knuckle gussets, chromoly tie rod & clamp
Goodyear: 35" MT/R's
Method: 17" Double Standard rims
Poison Spyder: Brawler Lite front bumper w/Brawler Bar, recovery points, & plate gussets, Evap Skid
Rock-Slide Engineering: Electric Step Sliders
AEV: Rear bumper without tire carrier, with water accessory kit (for camping)
Rock Hard: full set of skid plates (3)
Warn: Zeon 8-S winch
Prolink: Factor 55 hause fairlead
Rigid Industries: 10" E-Series light bar, 2x D2's in fog light bays, 1x diffused D2 in rear
Rugged Ridge: XHD snorkel, headlight & turn signal protectors, floor mats, locking fuel cap



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