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Plus what was mentioned above, you might also look into...

some type of rocker protection
skid plates for the undercarrige
winch
front bumper that will accept a winch

Before getting the programmer, consider swapping the gears to 4:88's or 5:13's depending on manual or automatic.
If you haven't installed the TBSpacer, you should be able to return it...Waste of money IMO.
 

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X2 with what Ipe mentioned. There are some great mud terrain tires these days that handle very well on road and will shed the mud off quickly. Some popular ones that many JK/ TJ guys are running, and that have gotten some positive feedback, are:

BFG- KM2
BFG- Mud Terrain KM
Pro Comp- Mud Terrain
Pro Comp- Xterrain
Dick Cepek- Mud Country
Goodyear- Wrangler MT/R
Micky Thompson- MTZ Radial
Maxxis- Buckshot Radial Mudder

*These are all offered in a radial. Stay away from bias tires IMO.
 

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I would personally check FIRST with the vendors that support this site (if you think this is a place you will view, and use the resources of...) often. No idea right now, but it seems like companys are always backordered on gears and axles. JMO
 

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Click on the "ad index" at the top. JMO...Trail Duty is a great company that is professional and commited to customer service. I would check with them first.
 
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