No way!!! We are chock full of Texan's. No vacancy. Maybe try back in a couple weeks.
Welcome to jkowners.
IMO- Drive your new JK for a while, do some off-roading. Eventually you will begin to get a feel for things you like/ don't like/ want to upgrade/ want to change/ etc. Think about what kind of wheeling you do/ want to do- mud, rock crawling, night wheeling, etc. Get into a group, and find some JK's to go out on the trails with. Wheel, compare, watch, research, etc.
Try not to be too overwhelmed with all that exists out there. There is just too much.
We have a trip coming up at Hidden Falls and the new K2/ Katemcy. Long Ranch is a nice place to go too, where you can get a feel of your Jeep's capabilities in a very relaxed setting.
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When are we going to hit that place by ya'lls hood Stube?
Hate to say it, but looks like Rusty's Walnut Creek will be out until we get a stretch of dry weather (more rain predicted next week ). Rusty doesn't want to have a bunch of rigs tearing up the place when it's muddy. Lame- I know, but he's like 183 years old and kinda set in his ways.
HANG ON TIGHT...I SAW THIS IN A CARTOON ONCE...I THINK I CAN DO IT!!
08 4 DOOR, FLAME RED, 3" SKYJACKER LIFT, 325/70-17 NITTO TERRA GRAPPLERS, MOTO METAL 951 WHEELS, RANCHO REAR BUMPER/TIRE CARRIER,DAYSTAR HOOD WRANGLERS, RAINGLER GRIPS, MOPAR SLUSH MATS
As far as mods go... take a bucket and cut a hole in the bottom, then start throwing hundred dollar bills in it until it fills up. That should be pretty close on what to expect - you will never have more fun dumping the money into something though.