|05-31-2007 12:23 PM|
welcome to WF!
about the hard top and soft top, personally I like my soft top, but thats because i live in Arizona where it is always hot and never rains or snows so I dont have to keep taking off my top and putting it back on.
just my thought
|05-31-2007 04:57 AM|
|Joe Dirt||I'd stay with the 4.0 liter engine and a Dana 44 rear axle.|
|05-30-2007 10:54 PM|
|amy||Hi, Vinnie. Welcome to WF.|
|05-30-2007 12:43 AM|
|Texapple||welcome to WF - good luck in your search.....opinions will be forth coming|
|05-29-2007 11:17 PM|
Thanks for welcoming me abored. I agree I've driven the Laredo's for years and they have good handling, almost like the hummers lol.
Anyways, I agree with getting a 6cyl engine, the extra power is always a good idea especially on a stick shift.
I've been looking at a couple of Wranglers some of which come with both the soft and hard tops. I've got a big garage to hold the hard top.
Does anyone have any experience switching the tops? I hear from some folks its a snap but others say it takes a couple of hours. Totally worth it?
I decided to go with the Wrangler after owning a convertible in the past. I test drove the Dodge Caliber (I know I'm sorry, you can beat me later) and it was an alright machine.
Thanks for the welcome yall,
|05-29-2007 11:05 PM|
|Dare2BSquare||Yo, Vin-nie. Welcome to the forum. Jeeps are not airworthy. In fact kind of like driving a refrigerator. But they sure are fun and they do attract the butterflies. Thanks for serving and hangin with us.|
|05-29-2007 09:49 PM|
|ol'bob||Hello and welcome aboard. You made a good choice as you will find some solid advise here.|
|05-29-2007 06:56 PM|
I would look for one with the 4.0l i6 not the 4. Look for rust wranglers can get rusty if in a snowy location.
|05-29-2007 06:44 PM|
Welcome aboard Vinnie!
What all do you plan on doing with the Jeep? Just a recreational vehicle or some serious wheelin'? I'd deffinatly go for a hard top when looking at a Wrangler. YOu can always pic up a soft top cheap... but hard tops are like $500/600+ used and $1k new... but if you don't have a place to store the hard top when its off a soft top would be just as fine. And it would prolly be best to try and find on with a 6cyl over the 4cyl.
|05-29-2007 06:25 PM|
Hello to everyone! How's it going? I joined the forum to learn more about Wrangler's obviously. I wanted expert advice and I think I came to the right spot.
Anywho, I wanted to buy a Jeep Wrangler and I was wondering if you guys/gals can give me advice on what to look for or any other advice you can give me.
I have found a couple of used Wranglers in the area with both hard and soft tops. How easy are they to swap out? It is summer time and I would like to use the convertible top...you know to pick up the ladies.
But anyways, I am glad to be here. Any information you can provide for me about ANYTHING, I would appreciate it.