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11-20-2014 11:31 PM
donmeca2020 There we go !! Thats more like it
11-20-2014 07:58 PM
copperhead_1
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Originally Posted by Blue Baby Sound View Post
Yours too!!
Appreciated sir...I'd like to get it out of stock mode but like you said gotta find that $$...someday soon I hope!
11-20-2014 07:50 PM
Blue Baby Sound
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Originally Posted by copperhead_1 View Post
Throwback Thursday haha didn't think about that. Love your jeep!!!
Yours too!!

11-20-2014 07:43 PM
copperhead_1
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Originally Posted by Blue Baby Sound View Post
OK, I guess it is throw-back Thursday so I'll play Here's mine day 1 (03-27-2014) Here's the picture that made me order Copperhead and guided my build Couple of months in: On the trail: Stay tuned, there's still about 30k in my shopping cart to add, just have to come up with the $$...... Ha Ha!!
Throwback Thursday haha didn't think about that. Love your jeep!!!
11-20-2014 06:44 PM
Blue Baby Sound OK, I guess it is throw-back Thursday so I'll play

Here's mine day 1 (03-27-2014)





Here's the picture that made me order Copperhead and guided my build







Couple of months in:




On the trail:




Stay tuned, there's still about 30k in my shopping cart to add, just have to come up with the $$...... Ha Ha!!
11-20-2014 04:54 PM
copperhead_1
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Originally Posted by donmeca2020 View Post
it's been like a ghost town in this thread as of lately.
Day I bought her...haha maybe this will get the ball rolling.
11-20-2014 04:08 PM
donmeca2020 it's been like a ghost town in this thread as of lately.
11-15-2014 08:03 PM
4DR That's so cool man! It probably is the exact same! They gave me a black gas tank cover and brake light guards. And also a hitch.
11-15-2014 07:58 PM
donmeca2020 Nothing new... just took a shot of it later on today. i am still joyous just crusing around with the bigger tires and new wheels. here she is looking bad ass !!!
11-15-2014 05:51 PM
JKCopper Dude, I think we have the exact same setup....everything but leather. I'm in Toronto.
11-15-2014 09:28 AM
4DR Very late to the party, but as 20 year old I had to wait to get a great deal on a brand new 2014 jeep. I was able to get pretty much every option except leather seats. But I finally picked up a Jeep Wrangler Sahara Unlimited in the copperhead pearl colour and I absolutly love it!

Oh and I am a jeep virgin so I kind of need some advise on mods that you would suggest! I want to get black rims because I know that would look great with the colour and also tint the windows.

And I think I'm the only Canadian in the thread? Maybe not haha!
11-14-2014 11:45 PM
donmeca2020
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Originally Posted by copperhead_1 View Post

I can relate ours is a one jeep garage and you can only open the jeep doors about 25% of the way to squeeze out (all the reason to take em off!!). And our driveway is on about a 65% grade which makes me feel like I'm coming in pointed higher than if it were flat. That's prob in my head though.

Glad to hear you got yours in!
Im glad as well. While alot of folks keep theirs outside and or have no other choice i prefer mine to be protected from the harsh sofla sun and elements..
11-14-2014 01:14 PM
copperhead_1
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Originally Posted by donmeca2020 View Post
well i have a older single family home in South florida that was built in the 60s. while any car can pull right up in there no problem, i had to remove a big overhead shelf last year when i purchased my wrangler to fit it in the garage. by the way last night i waited for my roommate to come home, i had him watch to see if i would or wouldn't clear the opening. i was shocked it actually went right in no problem. I can visually see just with these tires and wheels alone the jeep is now sitting higher.
I can relate ours is a one jeep garage and you can only open the jeep doors about 25% of the way to squeeze out (all the reason to take em off!!). And our driveway is on about a 65% grade which makes me feel like I'm coming in pointed higher than if it were flat. That's prob in my head though.

Glad to hear you got yours in!
11-14-2014 11:27 AM
donmeca2020
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Originally Posted by copperhead_1 View Post
Haha!! That's my biggest concern if and when I upgrade from stock. Barely fit in right now...that's what she... ok I'll stop. Need coffee.
well i have a older single family home in South florida that was built in the 60s. while any car can pull right up in there no problem, i had to remove a big overhead shelf last year when i purchased my wrangler to fit it in the garage.

by the way last night i waited for my roommate to come home, i had him watch to see if i would or wouldn't clear the opening. i was shocked it actually went right in no problem.

I can visually see just with these tires and wheels alone the jeep is now sitting higher.
11-14-2014 08:49 AM
copperhead_1
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Originally Posted by donmeca2020 View Post
thanks brotha !! now the next test is to see if it'll fit back in the garage for the night...
Haha!! That's my biggest concern if and when I upgrade from stock. Barely fit in right now...that's what she... ok I'll stop. Need coffee.
11-14-2014 12:39 AM
donmeca2020
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Originally Posted by Xgmtech View Post
Looking good man!
thanks brotha !! now the next test is to see if it'll fit back in the garage for the night...
11-13-2014 07:07 PM
Xgmtech Looking good man!
11-13-2014 04:26 PM
donmeca2020
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Originally Posted by copperhead_1 View Post
Wow!!! Looking damn good man. Congrats
thank you sir !! now as i go on lunch im going to continue messing with this procal. i contacted Adrian from DTD and asked if he knew the measurments of these tires. his response immediately was 32.71 so he knew and as soon as i get on lunch break thats the next thing im going to program with the procal.
11-13-2014 12:41 PM
copperhead_1 And thanks for the eye candy haha love the pics
11-13-2014 12:41 PM
copperhead_1 Wow!!! Looking damn good man. Congrats
11-13-2014 12:11 PM
Blue Baby Sound
11-13-2014 12:02 PM
donmeca2020 FINALLY INSTALLED !!! enjoy the eye candy guys, because i know i am

now to mess with that procal more... its a PITA i think, and really didn't see it being necessary but i have it already so during lunch today im going to mess with it at work.





i love the look of the duratracs and the American outlaw wheels look pretty damn good i think. seems like a good quality and not too overly expensive wheel. its also different from a majority of wrangler owners cookie cutter style wheels.
11-11-2014 09:55 PM
Scruff70
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Originally Posted by drl650 View Post
Beautiful Rig, are those factory Rock Rails/Steps? I really want those. Thanks.
Yes, They are just factory Rubi sliders. Simple but effective and solid.
11-11-2014 09:28 PM
drl650
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Beautiful Rig, are those factory Rock Rails/Steps? I really want those. Thanks.
11-11-2014 09:05 PM
donmeca2020
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Originally Posted by copperhead_1 View Post
Wow those will look awesome! I'm going duratracs as well but looking for a 15 inch aluminum wheel is proving difficult. Lots of 15 inch steelies out there but heard brake calipers might need to be shaved down a little to fit a steel wheel. Anyways I got time to figure that out. Or maybe I'll just steal your setup haha. I'm sure yours will be awesome.
thanks brotha, me personally i would try and avoid the shaving of the brakes... too much work especially for a smaller wheel. i do recall reading SOME brands of 15 inch jeep wheels go on just right without any modifications needed as well.
11-11-2014 08:53 PM
copperhead_1
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Originally Posted by donmeca2020 View Post
i was originally thinking AEV pintlers and general grabbers with the red lettering, but then i heard about the pintlers cracking and the grabbers don't handle well on the road and blah blah blah. so i decided on the duratracs and the american outlaw buckshot in black. wheels and tires alone make the wrangler look 100% better then it is if your sitting on stock 16 inch sport wheels.
Wow those will look awesome! I'm going duratracs as well but looking for a 15 inch aluminum wheel is proving difficult. Lots of 15 inch steelies out there but heard brake calipers might need to be shaved down a little to fit a steel wheel. Anyways I got time to figure that out. Or maybe I'll just steal your setup haha. I'm sure yours will be awesome.
11-11-2014 06:04 PM
donmeca2020
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Originally Posted by copperhead_1 View Post
Heard that!!

It will be a year before I get mine and within five months I have gone between about 5 different wheels...think I have the lift and tires nailed down. Just need to pick the wheels and then save the cash. Man id be pumped if I was you. Looking forward to the pics.
i was originally thinking AEV pintlers and general grabbers with the red lettering, but then i heard about the pintlers cracking and the grabbers don't handle well on the road and blah blah blah.

so i decided on the duratracs and the american outlaw buckshot in black.

wheels and tires alone make the wrangler look 100% better then it is if your sitting on stock 16 inch sport wheels.
11-11-2014 05:51 PM
copperhead_1
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Originally Posted by donmeca2020 View Post
I've been waiting to do these for a good year. i finally figured out what wheels i wanted to go with and what tires. i just didn't want to rush it. Now Thursday morning im gonna have them put on, and i can't wait. i have to read up about that procal, it doesn't seem so simple to use as everyone says.
Heard that!!

It will be a year before I get mine and within five months I have gone between about 5 different wheels...think I have the lift and tires nailed down. Just need to pick the wheels and then save the cash. Man id be pumped if I was you. Looking forward to the pics.
11-11-2014 02:36 PM
Scruff70
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Originally Posted by StormTHX View Post
I am taking your advice and going to go with your setup from the get go.
I had it put on by the dealer as soon as my jeep was delivered from Ohio. It's covered under the warranty now too. That's a HUGE plus!
11-11-2014 02:08 PM
donmeca2020
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Originally Posted by copperhead_1 View Post
Ahhh yea!!!!!!! Jealous
I've been waiting to do these for a good year. i finally figured out what wheels i wanted to go with and what tires. i just didn't want to rush it.

Now Thursday morning im gonna have them put on, and i can't wait.

i have to read up about that procal, it doesn't seem so simple to use as everyone says.
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