|10-20-2006 07:48 PM|
|Dare2BSquare||I agree with khenderson. Wheel it for a while and decide what suits you best. Too many people spend a lot to do what they don't need to be done. Welcome to the forum. From the other AR (Arkansas)|
|10-20-2006 04:19 PM|
|10-17-2006 04:31 PM|
|1BLKJP||HA, nice another helizona res out here. Welcome to the board and to jeepin. I think you have a good start on the plan for your jeep on the budget you have.|
|10-17-2006 08:42 AM|
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|10-17-2006 12:31 AM|
Welcome! I am pretty new here myself. Everybody seems really friendly and they all have a lot of great information to share.
|10-16-2006 10:24 PM|
Arizona jeepers are crawling out of the wood work
congrats on your new Jeep & glad to have you with us
|10-16-2006 09:34 PM|
|khenderson||a bb is a great way to give yourself just a little lift without breaking the bank. but i'd suggest that you go ahead and wheel it exactly how it is until you can really decide what you need. a stocker will do wonders...and can often surprise you. welcome to the forum! good to have another from AZ on the board!!|
|10-16-2006 08:58 PM|
|dwdrums801||how much you pay?... I just bought my 99 sport with that many miles I payed 10,380|
|10-16-2006 08:21 PM|
New to the Jeep, old to the outdoors
Got myself a stock 1999 TJ, w/ about 54000 miles on it. All I need it for now is for getting to trailheads here in Arizona, and as a typical college student, don't have much to spend. Do to my limited off-road use, what are some basics? Looking at a BB lift, around 2" or so... Any advice o' wise ones?
So many options... so little time...