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Old 03-15-2016, 03:30 PM
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Newbie! Need help with basics.

Hi everyone!
I bought my first car, a Jeep of course! A life long dream!
Now, here´s the thing.

I wanted to ask all of you experts out there if you would buy a " Starters kit" to your Jeep what would it contain? For example, torx, first aid kit etc.

Grateful for your answers.
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Old 03-15-2016, 03:43 PM   #2
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Hi everyone!
I bought my first car, a Jeep of course! A life long dream!
Now, here´s the thing.

I wanted to ask all of you experts out there if you would buy a " Starters kit" to your Jeep what would it contain? For example, torx, first aid kit etc.

Grateful for your answers.
Best regards/Maroona
1st - Jeep is not a car!

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Old 03-15-2016, 03:46 PM   #3
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Old 03-15-2016, 03:50 PM
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Tried to but people are too stiff to get the "jeep wave". Sadly.
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Old 03-15-2016, 03:51 PM
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1st - Jeep is not a car!

Hahah true! My mistake!
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Congrats .a good set of torx wrenches is a good start ..take it slow enjoy your jeep.one thing id recommend changing first is the god awful headlights otherwise have fun and wave
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Congrats .a good set of torx wrenches is a good start ..take it slow enjoy your jeep.one thing id recommend changing first is the god awful headlights otherwise have fun and wave
Ok, any advice on which lights?
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Ok, any advice on which lights?
on a budget with great results a set of cibie h4 lenses ,philip extreme 80 plus bulbs and a set of h13-h4 wire adapters .if you search amazon you can probably get everything around $200 bucks .
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on a budget with great results a set of cibie h4 lenses ,philip extreme 80 plus bulbs and a set of h13-h4 wire adapters .if you search amazon you can probably get everything around $200 bucks .
wow, thanx alot! I´ll get to it right away!
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wow, thanx alot! I´ll get to it right away!


are these the ones you mean?

Amazon.com: Philips H13 9008 X-treme Power Replacement Bulb, (Pack of 2): Automotive
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Maybe look into a recovery strap if you plan on wheeling? it probably won't do much for self recovery but it'll be better than nothing to start and could be used if a passerby had hooks but no strap. Plus you could use it to help someone else out and earn some good trail karma!
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