Originally Posted by mickeythompson
thx i think iv made my desicion im only 18 so dont have a family it would be a daily driver and defently offroad we dont really have any big trails that i know off besides THE BAD LANDS so i live in indiana and i would be doing more of mudding than anything so im goin to go with the wrangler thx every one
hey i'm in indiana too. the badlands rocks! i didn't see if you mentioned this, but have you driven both kinds of jeeps? you really should drive one of each first. i would go wrangler, but it's all personal preference.
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