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07-22-2007 11:40 AM
Impaqt The Front sections of the Freedom top are a Piece of cake to take off and put back on. They fit in the cargo area just fine.

Nice Jeep... I wouldnt call the "4x2" an "Option" though. You buy the jeep as a 4x2 or 4x4 then option itout from there....
07-22-2007 08:39 AM
LimeTJ Jeepers: Picking up my 4 door Red Rock on Monday. (Georgous Color) Also getting a hard top and was wondering what is involved in removing the 2 section front portion. Easy to remove and reinstall? Will they fit behind the passenger seat? I'm Stoked!
07-04-2007 04:08 PM
JEEPers
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Originally Posted by tiny terror View Post
How many sections does the top come off in?

(and always to each his own Jeepers, that's what's nice about this community)
Three sections. The driver and front passenger splits down the middle(like T-tops). Then from the speaker bar back is one shell.
07-04-2007 12:27 PM
4.0l sahara when the jk is not 4 wheel drive what do they use for a axle in the front? IFS?solid axle?
07-04-2007 11:11 AM
tiny terror How many sections does the top come off in?

(and always to each his own Jeepers, that's what's nice about this community)
07-04-2007 11:06 AM
bluvikng That is a very sharp color. Glad you got a Jeep, and hope you have a lot of good times, with it.
07-04-2007 10:25 AM
skeeter
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Originally Posted by JEEPers View Post
This 2wd will get lifted. Yes, boys & girls you can lift a 2wd. Same kit as a 4wd, you just end up with a couple of parts left over. To each his own, right?
Absolutely.
It is a beautiful Jeep.
07-04-2007 10:22 AM
tiny terror
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Originally Posted by woody_k View Post
I think it's kind of cool to have the Texas symbol on the side of the jeep. Sort of makes it a unique vehicle.

Many Jeeps here in so cal are 2WD. I'd say just less than 1/2 of them. I believe the "X" designation has to do with generation "X"...who they marketed the "X" version for. Makes since then that some of them are 2WD.

(edit:This is just my thoughts as I have nothing to back it up.)

I too love that color....that's why I bought mine in that color.
If you're taking about the JK, maybe, but I don't believe wranglers have ever been only 2WD before.

And yeah, that color is smoking. I love it.
07-04-2007 06:08 AM
JEEPers This 2wd will get lifted. Yes, boys & girls you can lift a 2wd. Same kit as a 4wd, you just end up with a couple of parts left over. To each his own, right?
07-04-2007 12:54 AM
AzTJ
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Originally Posted by 4point View Post
News to me. Were the CJ, YJ or TJ ever offered in 2WD, if so I've never seen one.
The Mail Jeep is the last 2WD I remember.

Sorry for the hi-jack JEEPers.
No - The JK Unlimited is the first factory optional 4x4 Wrangler. All CJ, YJ, & TJ were standard 4WD. XJ/ZJ/MJ were optional 4WD's... but the JK Unlimited is the first Warngler.
07-03-2007 11:41 PM
woody_k I think it's kind of cool to have the Texas symbol on the side of the jeep. Sort of makes it a unique vehicle.

Many Jeeps here in so cal are 2WD. I'd say just less than 1/2 of them. I believe the "X" designation has to do with generation "X"...who they marketed the "X" version for. Makes since then that some of them are 2WD.

(edit:This is just my thoughts as I have nothing to back it up.)

I too love that color....that's why I bought mine in that color.
07-03-2007 09:20 PM
JCS05Rubi
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Originally Posted by dj_chizzle View Post
wait, they make jeeps that aren't 4WD....?

i like the color by the way
On a 4 door JK, 4wd is an OPTION, not the other way around :chair: I never understood it either.. its actually one of the only reasons I don't like the JK...


Nice Jeep man, it really does look pretty, and atleast its gonna get used as a Jeep, regardless of its equipment! Thumbs up!
07-03-2007 08:45 PM
4point News to me. Were the CJ, YJ or TJ ever offered in 2WD, if so I've never seen one.
The Mail Jeep is the last 2WD I remember.

Sorry for the hi-jack JEEPers.
07-03-2007 06:03 PM
AzTJ
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Originally Posted by 4point View Post
um..........AZ, I know what 4x2 means. I did not know the new JK was offered in 2WD.
You didn't know that JK's were offered in 2WD? I know a couple of people up here (old people) that have 2WD JK's.
07-03-2007 04:37 PM
JEEPers It is 2 wheel drive. Offroad can be sand or whatever. This will be enough for me. It's got the limted slip differential, all I ever do is sand...lots and lots of sand. Never had problems getting stuck with my 2wd Avalanches either.
07-03-2007 04:09 PM
skeeter Nice color
So is the car 2 or 4 wheel drive? off road edition does seem odd for a 2 wheel drive car.
07-03-2007 04:04 PM
Scout Kids, play nice...
07-03-2007 03:47 PM
4point
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Originally Posted by AzTJ View Post
4x2 has always ment its not 4wd...

Sweet ride ya got there! LOVE THAT COLOR!
um..........AZ, I know what 4x2 means. I did not know the new JK was offered in 2WD. :chair:
So, why on earth is the "TEXAS OFF ROAD" Edition a 2WD...........the HOLLYWOOD Edition OK, MALL Edition, but not the Texas edition.....

BTW it is a beautiful jeep.
07-03-2007 03:41 PM
dj_chizzle wait, they make jeeps that aren't 4WD....?

i like the color by the way
07-03-2007 04:55 AM
4Jeepn looking good.. nice color....
07-02-2007 09:31 PM
AzTJ 4x2 has always ment its not 4wd...

Sweet ride ya got there! LOVE THAT COLOR!
07-02-2007 09:14 PM
4point I'm not too up on the JK's but does 4x2 mean its not 4WD?
07-02-2007 09:02 PM
JEEPers
Picked this "Red Rock" up Friday night

It's been raining like crazy here but I've managed to take the T-tops off 2 days in a row for a little while. It also has the "add-a-trunk". That's going to come in handy...I can see already the top won't be on much. Thanks to all of you, reading all your threads helped with research and many questions I have had.

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