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hi i'm from italy, here we have a lot of problem to build up our Jeep.
we need permits and approvals by state technical.
And you can put all tires you want?
we must pay for everything, steel bumper, big tires, new light etc..:pullinghair:

Thanks,
Tommy
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Welcome. Wow, and I thought NY was a nanny state. Not quite sure what your question is though.
 

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Good thing about Texas, no lift hight law (as long as you keep the head lights low enough and there are ways around that), no fender coverage laws, no rim laws, no bumper hight laws.

You can drive trucks like this down the street.
 

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I am amazed at how much latitude we have to mod our Jeeps here in California. When I read about door laws, lift regs, mud flaps and CAI restrictions members from other states complain about, I realize we still have it pretty good here.

And the same goes about access to OHV areas. It is a constant struggle to keep trails open. Nevertheless, we have access to sand dunes, rock crawling, dirt and mud trails, snow, desert, beach, mountains, forests, and amazing vistas three hours in any direction from this 10-million urban mass.
 

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I am amazed at how much latitude we have to mod our Jeeps here in California. When I read about door laws, lift and CAI restrictions members from other states complain about, I realize we still have it pretty good here.
Now firearms, well, that's another story. Although I can't exactly brag living in NY:rant:. Please send Feinstein my regards.:mooning:
 

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Now firearms, well, that's another story. Although I can't exactly brag living in NY:rant:. Please send Feinstein my regards.:mooning:
That's a misconception: I am a law-abiding California firearm owner, and so are many of my friends. You can go out in the desert and shoot without anyone ever bothering you.

You need to stop believing all that cr+p you see in the media about everyone here being a bunch of pot-smoking, granola-eating tree huggers.

I moved to California 17 years ago and I have been to every corner of this state: I love the wide diversity of its people, its economy and its geography.
 

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I live in Ca, so Texas or Colorado have been my two choices for moving when my son goes to college. I love the mountains, and I love my freedoms so tough choice.
Yup. I've been to Colorado and Texas a couple times. Agree, Colorado indeed looks like a great place to live, from the warmth of its people to the beauty of mountains.

I'd just need to get used to being away from the ocean and to the elevation!
 

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Oh wow that is major suckage! Another vote for the wild west - pretty much if it has an engine, at least 1 mirror, lights and wheels it is street legal here in Arizona.
 

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Yup. I've been to Colorado and Texas a couple times. Agree, Colorado indeed looks like a great place to live, from the warmth of its people to the beauty of mountains.

I'd just need to get used to being away from the ocean and to the elevation!
Sadly I don't take advantage of being an hour and a half away from the coast. I maybe go once, twice a year. I do head up into the Sierras atleast twice a month so my converting should be easier.
 

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That's a misconception: I am a law-abiding California firearm owner, and so are many of my friends. You can go out in the desert and shoot without anyone ever bothering you.

You need to stop believing all that cr+p you see in the media about everyone here being a bunch of pot-smoking, granola-eating tree huggers.

I moved to California 17 years ago and I have been to every corner of this state: I love the wide diversity of its people, its economy and its geography.
Talking about the type of firearms (those nasty scary "assault weapons"), magazine size and microstamping BS they want to enact. Many companies won't make compliant firearms with the microstamping crap. No misconception there man. http://www.guns.com/2015/02/27/federal-judge-california-handgun-roster-is-constitutional/
 

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Sadly I don't take advantage of being an hour and a half away from the coast. I maybe go once, twice a year. I do head up into the Sierras atleast twice a month so my converting should be easier.
Don't blame you. The Sierras are just stunning.

Besides, driving towards the coast brings you to urban chaos and congestion; driving to the mountains brings you to peace and solitude.
 
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