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Unread 09-22-2003, 08:13 PM   #1
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Need some help

Ok guys, heres the deal. I have a 93 Grand Cherokee. What should i do with it to fix it up. I have a brush gaurd on the front. Give me some ideas.

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Unread 09-22-2003, 10:04 PM   #2
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Tough response...

What are you looking to do? Muddin'...Speed...For looks (pimpin), sound...

When I was looking for ideas, I just searched through the posts and checked the signature blocks for what people had done to theirs... Also you could check www.cardomiain.com and search for Jeep and your model/year. They have a ton of people that have posted their rides. Good luck!
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Unread 09-23-2003, 03:18 PM   #3
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Somthin to make it a little bit pimpin, but not lowered or anything. I already have the brush gaurd, louder exhaust, K&N filter, i have my engine all cleaned up and replaced with blue parts. I will have to post some pics. I thaught about side rails, and tail light gaurds...what do ya think?
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Unread 09-24-2003, 04:00 PM   #4
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I've got a 93 gc and it's gettin' there..
You should look into a roof rack and light bar, possibly three pt. harness. I took the fold up back seat and sealed it for a cooler with a drain plug, same with the front center console, all them together can hold a case and a half. Also invest in a winch (if your bumper is like mine you'll have to get a front hitch kit, this bolts a 2" reciever to your frame) or a rear winch reciever is good. Lift it 2" and put 30x9.50 on it, this is the perfect size for this jeep and you don't have to regear or go too extreme, an all terrain tread insure you don't lose your smooth ride or handling too.
Keep it pimp homey.
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Unread 09-24-2003, 04:09 PM   #5
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I've got a 93 gc and it's gettin' there..
You should look into a roof rack and light bar, possibly three pt. harness. I took the fold up back seat and sealed it for a cooler with a drain plug, same with the front center console, all them together can hold a case and a half. Also invest in a winch (if your bumper is like mine you'll have to get a front hitch kit, this bolts a 2" reciever to your frame) or a rear winch reciever is good. Lift it 2" and put 30x9.50 on it, this is the perfect size for this jeep and you don't have to regear or go too extreme, an all terrain tread insure you don't lose your smooth ride or handling too.
Keep it pimp homey.
you got any pics of that cooler setup, i'd like to see that.
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