|05-30-2009 12:45 PM|
|05-30-2009 12:24 PM|
|boomer27127||YouTube - project jk if you have the money to buy a jk and build it they can be very capable|
|05-30-2009 10:10 AM|
|jgano23||seems like the answer is pretty one sided.|
|05-30-2009 07:00 AM|
The JK 4dr is a pretty awesome looking rig. I think they hit the mark with the 4-dr styling. I do like the TJ better when it comes to a 2-dr.
Bottomline though is every model I pass I enjoy checking out!
|05-29-2009 05:34 PM|
This thing could convince me to switch to the Dark Side
|05-29-2009 05:20 PM|
Jeep....Bet Ya Can't Have Just One.
|05-29-2009 04:29 PM|
i have tj, and i love it..
but i really want a cj.
i also want a scrambler...
i do like the new unlimiteds also.
|05-29-2009 10:01 AM|
|05GT-O.C.D.||Plastic grille? Oh man, I never knew that.|
|05-29-2009 09:50 AM|
|GA_TJ||I am NOT a fan of the JK 4door look. The 2door JK's are okay to me, but I'd much rather have the TJ because of the I6 4.0.... That engine is tried and true to me, and they're damned near indestructible. It's not that I don't trust the JK engine. It's that it has not been time-tested and proven.|
|05-29-2009 09:42 AM|
|79thump||The TJ has more metal in it than the JK. You can push the metal in with your finger on the JK. And the plastic grill on the JK is an insult to the Jeep's toughness. I hear that the JK is still very capable off road, but I would like to see some more metal thrown back into the body. My TJ's have been tested over the years. Hail storms, hit by a Direct TV van, and last but not least - I was hit by a drunk driver twice in less than 30 seconds and forced into a Cingular Wireless sign at 45 miles an hour. The TJ's held up well and were back on the road in less than a week. Pretty tough vehicles!|
|05-28-2009 06:43 PM|
Well, I like my JK. Never had a TJ, Liked my CJ I had 20+ years ago. Never did get use to the rectangular head lamps on the YJ. Although my J10 had them, come to think of it. I think I liked the M151 Uncle Sam let me drive. Ya, I vote for that over the M37 3/4 ton Dodge, or the "new" 5/4 Jeeps that replaced that. Just my .02 cents.
|05-28-2009 06:21 PM|
|brekfustuvluzerz||i'll keep my TJ and buy my wife a nice shiny JK.|
|05-28-2009 07:49 AM|
The JK's are also growing on me. At first I must admit I did not like them at all. However, the aftermarket parts are making their way onto the newer platforms and they are appealing. Don't care for the stock fender flares at all but that is a minor detail.
I'm optimistic some day I will move into a JK down the road....5-7 years. It took me 20 years to move from a CJ to a TJ and I must say (no disrespect to the CJ owners) but I really like the improvements.
For now, I'm sticking to the TJ.
|05-28-2009 07:34 AM|
|05-28-2009 02:50 AM|
|bpowa||im just afraid the day will come when i want a jk.. I however like a quiet ride sometimes.|
|05-28-2009 02:10 AM|
|meyers||I love em all. From the OLD OLD school CJ-2 to the JK The pictures of the JK's in Quadratec are badass, you can make them look great. I love my 02, owned it since new and will never get rid of it. We looked at JK's before we bought our 09 Dodge Journey. For the family comfort the Journey won out. But I could see adding a JK to the garage a few years down the road, and making the TJ the ultimate project vehicle.|
|05-28-2009 01:11 AM|
|05-28-2009 01:01 AM|
|wavebacktothetj||I like all the Jeeps, I see myslef in a 4 door JK down the road|
|05-27-2009 11:02 PM|
|05-27-2009 10:38 PM|
|jpoutlaw||I wish my dash was flat and had round gauges.|
|05-27-2009 10:35 PM|
I like the longer wheelbase but not the width of the JK. I also like the longer CA's and the fact that it takes less lift to accommodate the same tire. There are a number of other things also.
But I like my TJ it works fine.
|05-27-2009 10:29 PM|
0lllllll0 not lllllll (lol just busting chops)
|05-27-2009 10:20 PM|
|n8smitty||I agree the JK is growing on me, but any Jeep before 2007 is better to me.|
|05-27-2009 10:13 PM|
|WranglerTJS||I understand the ones who like the cjs more that the tj or jk but to me the JK is way diffrent from any other model as some has already posted the JK ride of which is like a cadillac and a lil bigger stance. to me the TJ and down are true jeeps but yes some will say im wrong the JK will grow on almost everyone i do love the 4 door which will be nice for a family but im single so im stickin with my TJ|
|05-27-2009 09:43 PM|
|jgano23||i like the tj waaay better. the jk's have too many creature comforts for me. when i ride in a wrangler i don't want it to look or feel like a luxury vehicle. in all honesty i'd much rather a cj.|
|05-27-2009 09:34 PM|
|JeepnJim||Wow. Eye candy.|
|05-27-2009 09:30 PM|
If by old school you mean one of these vs the new JK.. then my vote is old school.
|05-27-2009 09:08 PM|
|JeepnJim||I'll chime in. I drove CJ-5s all through the eighties and early ninties. You know, Levi edition, big lift, dual front shocks, 35" Gumbo Mudders,no spare, side turnout pipes,304 with a Holly dual carb. I never did warm up to the rectangular headlights on the YJ. I drove lifted Cherokees up until this past February when I got an '04 Wrangler X. It's great except for the 3" body lift. I gotta fix that situation. Anyhoos, I pick my TJ as my favorite style maybe 'cause I'm 45 and used to some luxeries such as AC and auto tranny. Now I feel like I'm back in the saddle!|
|05-27-2009 09:07 PM|
|05-27-2009 08:38 PM|
|VegasWrangler||I prefer the TJ, but with kids in my immediate future, I could see the advantage of the 4 door JK. I will probably get both at some point.|
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