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11-02-2010 09:53 PM
firefighter777 If I ever sell mine and get a newer one I would without a doubt look for a Rubicon. The stuff that comes on those would be costly to add to a lower package...save you some greenies
11-02-2010 04:48 PM
03sport i have a tj with a soft top and i havent had it leak on me
11-02-2010 04:47 PM
Jpatton When purchasing a tj is there any thing that I need to look for. For example the under body, engine, etc.
11-02-2010 04:45 PM
YJjeep
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Do you get any leaks in the rain because some other people who has a tj have problems with them leaking and I said that they just put it up wrong. But I don't know.
Well I cant say for a TJ, i own a YJ. :/ But ive never had a leak in my soft top.
11-02-2010 04:39 PM
Jpatton Do you get any leaks in the rain because some other people who has a tj have problems with them leaking and I said that they just put it up wrong. But I don't know.
11-02-2010 04:27 PM
YJjeep
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Ok thanks. Is there any problems I need to worry about with the tj and I dont plan on doing all that much off roading. Well not right now and can some one give me feed back on how the soft tops do in the rain and snow. And what should I look for when buying a tj?
You have no worry using a soft top in snow and rain. When we get alot of snow, i just shovel it off the top. Its a little colder but IMO its alot better then having a PITA hard top. But good luck bro.
11-02-2010 04:11 PM
Jpatton Ok thanks. Is there any problems I need to worry about with the tj and I dont plan on doing all that much off roading. Well not right now and can some one give me feed back on how the soft tops do in the rain and snow. And what should I look for when buying a tj?
11-02-2010 01:08 PM
XJ Knight O also. 4.0L I6 better than 2.5L I4. If you are gonna off road it. Try to avoid the Dana 35 rear axle.. THEY ARE USLESS!
11-02-2010 12:35 PM
jeepjones '98-'04 TJ-LJ Sahara or Rubicon, manual transmission.
11-02-2010 12:12 PM
XJ Knight What YJ said. But this is what I would look for .. 05-06 Jeep LJ Rubicon is the way to go.. Though Not the easiest to come by..
11-02-2010 11:36 AM
YJjeep Just depends on how much your going to drive it, if your going to off road with it, and many other factors.
11-02-2010 11:30 AM
Jpatton
Wrangler tj

Hay guys am a looking to purchase a wrangler tj and is wondering why year would be the best to buy and what model.
Can anyone help?

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