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Old 06-19-2016, 04:47 PM
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Man - I don't know why I waited so long to get a Wrangler. I bought a Blue Sahara JKUw/ hard black top and I could not be happier. It is so much better/fun to drive than my Toyota Tacoma plus it has a lot more room than the truck. Anyway I'm glad to be here. Going to the beach with the top off is so frickin nice! Plus it's easier to load a kayak on top do even need a rack!
Just starting my Wish list and bought a light bar kit for the bumper, and I'm going to get new tires (because of reading this Forum). Now Iunderstand sizing, lift and spacing a lot better. Going to put 33's with a 1.75 lift but I'm not sure about the spacing. I dont want to go too big, just cooler and better offroad capability. Looking at BFG A/T's or Mickeys, or Nitto. Any suggestions?

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Man - I don't know why I waited so long to get a Wrangler. I bought a Blue Sahara JKUw/ hard black top and I could not be happier. It is so much better/fun to drive than my Toyota Tacoma plus it has a lot more room than the truck. Anyway I'm glad to be here. Going to the beach with the top off is so frickin nice! Plus it's easier to load a kayak on top do even need a rack!
Just starting my Wish list and bought a light bar kit for the bumper, and I'm going to get new tires (because of reading this Forum). Now Iunderstand sizing, lift and spacing a lot better. Going to put 33's with a 1.75 lift but I'm not sure about the spacing. I dont want to go too big, just cooler and better offroad capability. Looking at BFG A/T's or Mickeys, or Nitto. Any suggestions?
I'll get a picture up shortly when I figure that out. And I dont need a kayak rack just put the boat up there - I learned that in this forum too! Works like a charm!

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