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Unread 09-04-2008, 02:08 PM   #1
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Thinking about Buying....

2007 Jeep X.

Test drove it today and---well----it drives like I imagined a jeep would drive. My main question is regarding it's capacity for a large amount of rubber in a stock setting. This thing has aftermarket wheels and tires. It felt a little like the current brake assembly was being labored a little to much during quick stops. It also felt like the stearing was a little sluggish.

Is a stock Jeep X setup to be able to handle a 315/75/16. If not, are brakes and beefed up stearing all that I'm looking at for upgrades? New gearing/differentials/axles are more than I'm willing to do for a new vehicle. Link to this vehicle attached.

If the link is broken, go to and click on pre-owned. Select Jeep as the's the only jeep on the lot.

Your help is appreciated.


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