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Old 10-19-2017, 04:32 PM
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2015 JK Upgrade Suggestions

I think I've almost ran out of things to upgrade... Any suggestions?

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Is it regeared? Do you have a BBK? Seat Covers? theres so many things to add on based on your goals.

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Fenders, supercharger, BBK, full skids, one tons, full cage, DV8 truck bed conversion...... plenty of options.


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Is it regeared? Do you have a BBK? Seat Covers? theres so many things to add on based on your goals.
No it's not regeared, i'm actually looking into getting that done pretty soon. Pulling the 35's is giving me terrible gas mileage. I'm actually looking into pretty much upgrading everything that you have listed. I started off with the exterior so I guess it's time to work on the interior.
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Fenders, supercharger, BBK, full skids, one tons, full cage, DV8 truck bed conversion...... plenty of options.


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@itmajor5 do you have a tire carrier? if not, I would do that first. If your running 3.73 gears, that should give you more time to save up for a regear depending on your elevation/offroad status.
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@itmajor5 do you have a tire carrier? if not, I would do that first. If your running 3.73 gears, that should give you more time to save up for a regear depending on your elevation/offroad status.
Yes I have a tire carrier and I'm currently running 3.73 gears. I don't off-road much just looking to gain a couple more mpgs. Currently 13 city wise, 14-15 hwy, but that's probably normal for people running 35's on 3.73.
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@itmajor5 each jeep is different. I have a good amount of weight on my jeep and when I was running 3.73, I was getting great mileage. Over 320 per tank, and 17-18 average. With my current 4.56 it dropped but right now, its about the same as the mpg I was getting around this time from last year.
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