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05-02-2013 02:38 AM
clull05rubi No such thing as a suspension u cant damage if u wheel hard enuf trails. As far as lights go if u want cheap but bright get kc daylighters and they will cook a steak no problem. Get 2 driving and 2 long range. If u wana spend some $ go led. A 50" combination spot flood is really nice but wont cook a steak as led doesnt produce much heat. A rubicon express long arm or rock crawler long arm are both great kits but if you want the best bang for your buck go to a shop and get a custom fabbed long arm kit.
05-02-2013 12:43 AM
the dudester
in need of guidance.

So I'm a car salesman in north central AZ that gets an obscene amount of cash with almost no outgoing bills. I just picked up a bone stock 05 wrangler sport and I need some tips and pointers as to what mods/upgrades I need and which ones I need to avoid from people that have been doing this for a while.

I want to avoid lifting my jeep due to my tendency to roll things but I definitely want to beef the suspension beyond anything i could ever break in a million years. so I was wondering what brands sold the best kits that could do that.

I'm also a real night owl so I would also appreciate any tips/kits on lighting; I want to be able to cook a steak in my headlight beams

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