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post #16 of 22 Old 01-29-2013, 03:52 PM
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Been thinking about building a DD 2wd aswell maybe even lowering the thing who knows haha


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post #17 of 22 Old 01-29-2013, 06:57 PM
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Obviously you didn't click the link.
Other then the wheels, lowering springs and bumper, its a really clean xj. I don't see the big deal, alot of the mods are no different then most lifted ones. Its not that bad there is far worse ones around

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Other then the wheels, lowering springs and bumper, its a really clean xj. I don't see the big deal, alot of the mods are no different then most lifted ones. Its not that bad there is far worse ones around
Problem? ..... The subject says "Check out this PIMP tight crawler"
....not .... check out this problem ..... Cake? Who has cake? What?

Hey to each their own ..... Lots of people hate on my doorless xj all the time but their not driving it so F'm..... Just checking out his xj.... Hey I would still wheel the hell out of it.

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post #19 of 22 Old 01-29-2013, 10:37 PM
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That's actually a pretty decent street XJ. The front spoiler is too much imo, but you guys really need to chill. It's 2wd (allegedly--the ad makes no mention of this), and this person used some quality products and doesn't seem to have half-*ssed it. Sometimes I think most of you guys would prefer it if every Jeep was lifted with 31+ inch tires on black steel wheels. Ugh, what an insanely boring world that would be. You may not all be car people in the sense that you can appreciate automobiles as an art and form of expression and instead just see them as tools (i.e. wheelers), but try to be open minded. This guy seems to have put more work and care into this XJ than many hardcore wheelers put into their cookie-cutter rigs.

I'd proudly own and drive that XJ after ripping that front spoiler off and changing its wheels/tires. I don't mind that the wheels are bigger and the tires are low-profile (it's a 2wd street Jeep), but the style doesn't appeal to me. They don't work with the rest of the Jeep's looks imo. Overall tire diameter looks too small, too, but now I'm really nit-picking. The seats still look pretty nice, but I do wish people took better care of their leather; it can last a long time if taken care of, but people always neglect it.

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post #20 of 22 Old 01-30-2013, 01:29 AM
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That's actually a pretty decent street XJ. The front spoiler is too much imo, but you guys really need to chill. It's 2wd (allegedly--the ad makes no mention of this), and this person used some quality products and doesn't seem to have half-*ssed it. Sometimes I think most of you guys would prefer it if every Jeep was lifted with 31+ inch tires on black steel wheels. Ugh, what an insanely boring world that would be. You may not all be car people in the sense that you can appreciate automobiles as an art and form of expression and instead just see them as tools (i.e. wheelers), but try to be open minded. This guy seems to have put more work and care into this XJ than many hardcore wheelers put into their cookie-cutter rigs.

I'd proudly own and drive that XJ after ripping that front spoiler off and changing its wheels/tires. I don't mind that the wheels are bigger and the tires are low-profile (it's a 2wd street Jeep), but the style doesn't appeal to me. They don't work with the rest of the Jeep's looks imo. Overall tire diameter looks too small, too, but now I'm really nit-picking. The seats still look pretty nice, but I do wish people took better care of their leather; it can last a long time if taken care of, but people always neglect it.
Well put. I like the chin spoiler it is a spoiler for the scca xj's I can not remember where to get them but the were sold at one point in time

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That's actually a pretty decent street XJ. The front spoiler is too much imo, but you guys really need to chill. It's 2wd (allegedly--the ad makes no mention of this), and this person used some quality products and doesn't seem to have half-*ssed it. Sometimes I think most of you guys would prefer it if every Jeep was lifted with 31+ inch tires on black steel wheels. Ugh, what an insanely boring world that would be. You may not all be car people in the sense that you can appreciate automobiles as an art and form of expression and instead just see them as tools (i.e. wheelers), but try to be open minded. This guy seems to have put more work and care into this XJ than many hardcore wheelers put into their cookie-cutter rigs.

I'd proudly own and drive that XJ after ripping that front spoiler off and changing its wheels/tires. I don't mind that the wheels are bigger and the tires are low-profile (it's a 2wd street Jeep), but the style doesn't appeal to me. They don't work with the rest of the Jeep's looks imo. Overall tire diameter looks too small, too, but now I'm really nit-picking. The seats still look pretty nice, but I do wish people took better care of their leather; it can last a long time if taken care of, but people always neglect it.
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