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Old 09-15-2015, 06:02 PM
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ideas for next uprgrade?

I got a 03 rubicon with 4.5 inch lift, quick dicos, front and back bumpers, winch, plenty of lighting, rcv axles, 5:13 gears, and a dual friction clutch. I'm looking for ideas and if I am missing something simple I should upgrade now

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Recovery points and protection are usually the first things to do, and it looks like you've got that covered. Check your transfer and fuel tanks for skids and upgrade that, if needed. A fire extinguisher and recovery gear is also a good investment.

Otherwise, I suggest wheeling the snot out of it and begin your upgrade list. You'll always find stuff you need once you begin using (and breaking) your Jeep.

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Old 09-15-2015, 08:09 PM   #3
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Louvered hood? Keep that engine cool, baby!
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Old 09-15-2015, 11:27 PM
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Thanks guys
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If you don't mind how much did you buy if your? I'm also looking for a 03-06 rubicon


By the way upgrade with these! Haha

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Relocate locker pumps. Tummy tuck. Novak or Savvy cable shifter. You probably already have a double cardan rear shaft with your 4.5" lift but if not you will need that with any tummy tuck.

I have all this in my garage waiting for a free day to install into my 05 LJ rubi. I moved my pumps already. Many write ups about this.
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Old 09-17-2015, 07:58 PM   #7
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Relocate locker pumps. Tummy tuck. Novak or Savvy cable shifter. You probably already have a double cardan rear shaft with your 4.5" lift but if not you will need that with any tummy tuck.

I have all this in my garage waiting for a free day to install into my 05 LJ rubi. I moved my pumps already. Many write ups about this.
That will give me something to do this weekend.

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