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    What lift are you going with... Looks great so far

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul65k View Post
    Nice build Sam.....like everything you do it's top shelf all the way

    Looking forward to seeing the new buggy tearing up the hills around Havasu
    Thank you - really will need to figure out how to drive this thing crawling. Do not have a lot of experience with it but, should be fun.

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    What lift are you going with... Looks great so far
    So I am going to have a local shop near my house do it. I looked at a bunch of different options. Since I am sticking with 35s I decided on terraflex 3 inch lift with fox shocks. I have been told most of this will all go out the window after I start using it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SJP View Post
    Thank you - really will need to figure out how to drive this thing crawling. Do not have a lot of experience with it but, should be fun.



    So I am going to have a local shop near my house do it. I looked at a bunch of different options. Since I am sticking with 35s I decided on terraflex 3 inch lift with fox shocks. I have been told most of this will all go out the window after I start using it.
    Driving it will be the fun part. We should find some trails and practice together.

    Good choice on the lift. Mine came with the Rubicon Express Super Flex short arm kit and i don't see that lasting in its as is condition. Already thinking of picking up the long arm upgrade kit and moving to Bilstein shocks.

    First time in awhile that I can speed hours looking at options to add to a vehicle. It has been fun surfing the web looking at all the stuff you can do.

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    Nice thread. Really considering getting one for my wife but at what point is it not a daily driver. Have a hard time making payments on something I would use maybe once a month. The Cherokee is basically paid off I'm leaning more towards throwing money into that and seeing what I could build... Any thoughts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vicious 13 View Post
    Nice thread. Really considering getting one for my wife but at what point is it not a daily driver. Have a hard time making payments on something I would use maybe once a month. The Cherokee is basically paid off I'm leaning more towards throwing money into that and seeing what I could build... Any thoughts?
    Just a thought.......at 26 you should be throwing those $$ into a savings account so you can pay cash for all your cars when you're 40 and then for the rest of your life.......Just sayin
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    I actually have the money in my savings to buy one cash but i don't think id do it. Is there any benefit to buying something cash? My mom and dad have plenty of money and he just financed his new truck? What are the pros other than the interest I guess

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    Quote Originally Posted by vicious 13 View Post
    I actually have the money in my savings to buy one cash but i don't think id do it. Is there any benefit to buying something cash? My mom and dad have plenty of money and he just financed his new truck? What are the pros other than the interest I guess
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    Quote Originally Posted by Singleton View Post
    Driving it will be the fun part. We should find some trails and practice together.

    Good choice on the lift. Mine came with the Rubicon Express Super Flex short arm kit and i don't see that lasting in its as is condition. Already thinking of picking up the long arm upgrade kit and moving to Bilstein shocks.

    First time in awhile that I can speed hours looking at options to add to a vehicle. It has been fun surfing the web looking at all the stuff you can do.
    TCHB and Paul65K know a lot of local trails to watch us scratch up our new jeeps .

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    Not the drilling and tapping I prefer but I have NFL on in the garage and a little peace and quite before my youngest birthday party.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SJP View Post
    TCHB and Paul65K know a lot of local trails to watch us scratch up our new jeeps .
    Might just have to join a few of those trips this year.

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