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06-17-2012 02:06 PM
50 Something Oh, Ya I almost forgot to mention the Rugged Ridge Nerf bars.

50 Something
06-17-2012 02:04 PM
50 Something Well just how much cash do you have? 1st thing I did was to remove the back seat head rests, then the back seat, then the top, then I got Mickey Tompson classic wheels with BFG MK2's. Then the doors had to go and installed the Body Armor tubes, Then the Bestop Bikini, then cut off the 3rd brake light.

No lift or anything, but it's all a matter of how deep are your pockets? This is only a toy for me and I have a company truck which is a Tundra 4 door, a Ford F-150 Supercrew which is paid for, so I can take my time playing...

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Hope this helps,

50 Something
06-17-2012 07:51 AM
TrekJohnC
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Originally Posted by Dozer13JK
Best website for Jeep upgrades/parts in my opinion is www.quadratec.com. You can spend hours looking through stuff on there. Welcome to the forum and enjoy the Jeep!

Welcome. I agree with Dozer. Just foot my new JK last weekend and have been pricing nerf/slider bars. Quadratic.com has a good selection. More than jcwhitney imho.
06-17-2012 07:18 AM
Dozer13JK Best website for Jeep upgrades/parts in my opinion is www.quadratec.com. You can spend hours looking through stuff on there. Welcome to the forum and enjoy the Jeep!
06-17-2012 05:51 AM
strider_mt2k Welcome aboard!
06-17-2012 05:42 AM
acepm Welcome to "The Family." The search bar is going to be one of your best friends. Read...learn...watch...enjoy.
06-17-2012 05:37 AM
RedBones Welcome to the forum.
06-17-2012 04:15 AM
mcgee10
First new jeep and a newbe

Looking for help with some add on's. With the bigger tires and wheels I made the dealer add to my jeep I'm thinking about nerf bars. Any thoughts on good one's to buy. What about a mess screen for the front. Any good after market parts sites.

It might be to soon to even write this I got the Jeep yesterday and had something else to do. It has 54 miles on it so far. I do love the motor it's got more get up than my buddies 2010 jeep has.

Any help or advice. Now I'm like flying blind.

Now on HCS snowmobile forum or the John Deere forum I'm the guy for answers . But here I just don't know much about jeep.

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