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I'm almost 18 and I want a Jeep Wrangler as my first car, I don't have a ton of money to do customizations or anything, I'm most likely getting a basic model, and I want to know which extra parts and accessories are important for off roading.
 

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Recovery gear and communication gear. A full tank of gas and don't wheel alone.
 

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Recovery gear and communication gear. A full tank of gas and don't wheel alone.
What he said. :punk:

Doesn't hurt to have a first aid kit either. Like condoms, it's better to have one and not need it, than to need one and not have it.
 

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Recovery gear and communication gear. A full tank of gas and don't wheel alone.
Thanks for the advice, that isn't really bad at all, easily affordable, I was also wondering about snow chains, do you really need them for a jeep in snowy conditions? I've been thinking about that since the snowpocolypse of last year, plus off roading in the snow.
 

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What he said. :punk:

Doesn't hurt to have a first aid kit either. Like condoms, it's better to have one and not need it, than to need one and not have it.
I would probably get that anyway, for off AND on roading :flipoff: also maybe a basic tool set, and maybe even a gun depending on what wilderness I'm in and the legality.

EVAP skid plate. Its kinda important to not trash it and its in a great spot to get trashed.
I never thought of that thanks.
 

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Oil pan skid and EVAP both are really needed. If you are going to off road make sure these are protected
 

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How about Britta as a spotter? :D
 
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