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Unread 12-16-2013, 12:45 AM   #1
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2004 TJ Wrangler 
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I currently own a 2004 tj and am looking at another 2004 tj. The main differences though are the transmissions. Mine currently is an automatic and the one I'm looking at is a manual. The manual to me is by far the better choice of the two. It has 10,000 less miles, it's lifted, and just got a brand new soft top. It has cloth seats and mine has leather, but other than that I think it's pros outweigh the cons! I'm not sure whether Togo through with it or not....what do you think?

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Unread 12-17-2013, 08:26 AM   #2
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You were doing fine there until you mentioned that it was "lifted". By whom? With what qualifications? Using what brand and quality of materials? How high? Using what engine?
Remember, mods do not add value to a Jeep. In fact they can do exactly the opposite. It may have a new soft top and fewer miles, but there is nothing else in your description that would cause me
to want this Jeep over the one you already have. If they want extra money for this, forget it.

Just my opinion.
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