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post #1 of 5 Old 08-19-2014, 07:05 AM Thread Starter
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2015 Rubicon Hard Rock Dark tints

I'm a new jeep owner, i want to thank you guys for all of the helpful info so far. I just picked up my 2015 wrangler unlimited Rubicon Hard Rock and did a few minor mods.

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post #2 of 5 Old 08-19-2014, 08:32 AM
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Congrats on your jeep.

My one suggestion for you is that if this is your first jeep do not send it to a shop yet to get a bunch of mods done. Take some time with your stock jeep and figure out if you are going to wheel it and what you actually need. Once you have done that for a while and meant people then start to upgrade your suspension to what you really want. I think one of the biggest regrets with a lot of new jeep owners are just jumping right into it and having to replace their upgrades for something that really helps down the line.

Good luck with the build up.
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Congrats on your jeep.

My one suggestion for you is that if this is your first jeep do not send it to a shop yet to get a bunch of mods done. Take some time with your stock jeep and figure out if you are going to wheel it and what you actually need. Once you have done that for a while and meant people then start to upgrade your suspension to what you really want. I think one of the biggest regrets with a lot of new jeep owners are just jumping right into it and having to replace their upgrades for something that really helps down the line.

Good luck with the build up.
^^ x2. Also, break that habit of calling your Jeep a car. It's not a car; it's a Jeep. Show some respect, man. Congrats, and welcome to JKO.

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Congrats on your jeep.

My one suggestion for you is that if this is your first jeep do not send it to a shop yet to get a bunch of mods done. Take some time with your stock jeep and figure out if you are going to wheel it and what you actually need. Once you have done that for a while and meant people then start to upgrade your suspension to what you really want. I think one of the biggest regrets with a lot of new jeep owners are just jumping right into it and having to replace their upgrades for something that really helps down the line.

Good luck with the build up.
Good advice. Thought I could throw on some 33" tires and wait till they wore out to invest in 35s. Now I drive the Jeep at every opportunity so the tires will wear faster. Heck, I'll put 50 miles on the Jeep driving to a tobacco shop to buy a pack of cigs just to speed up the process. Sadly, the shop is only 2 miles from my house and I don't even smoke. Friends don't let friends put 33s on a JKU.

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Good advice that I should have heeded. I just ordered 35's to replace my 4 month old 33's. Didn't fully realize what I needed until I offroaded and pushed the jeep. Also, see if you can hang out with other Jeep guys that have modded their rides as they have gone through this and can offer good advice. Have fun and congrats.
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