Glad to be aboard, and I already love it! Can't wait to start modding it - it's a vicious cycle, but that's part of what I love about vehicles (and guns and computers). Already though about putting a blower on it, but thankfully I haven't found a kit yet. Kenne Bell used to make one for the 4.0 liter jeeps, but nothing for the 3.8s that I can find.
Thanks for the suggestion on the winch.. was reading last night about the different options - SmittyBuilt, Mile Marker, Ramsey, Superwinch and of course Warn. Hadn't come across the Bulldog line yet. Seems that winches have many of the arguments in other hobbies I've got.. guns, computers, other car parts - headers, lifts, brakes, etc.. Regardless of the brand, you're going to get people who got lemons and people who haven't ever had a problem out of a $100 winch (or name any other product here). The Bulldogs look priced similar to the Smittys, maybe a little more compact. Was leaning towards the Smitty XRC10 or the SuperWinch EP9.0 based on what I've read so far. Sure I can pay $1000+ for the Warn, but as much as I'd use it, I doubt that I'm going to kill one of the "lesser" winches. And the $400 I save will buy most, if not all, of the bumper (which I haven't decided on yet either, but I'm not spending 1k for a front bumper - can tell you that right now).
Like your sig says - it's about how you get there, not what toys you use to get to point A or B ;-)
2010 Jeep Rubicon Unlimited - Red Rock Crystal Pearl. BFG KM2 35's, Procomp 7189s, FinishLineWest Stonehenge series rock sliders, pre-runner front and Gen 4.0 rear bumpers, Volant intake.
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- Kenne Bell 2.6L blower @ 7psi, stock bottom end, stock 78mm TB, Kooks 1 3/4" long tubes w/ X-pipe. 426 rwhp/458 tq.