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Unread 04-10-2009, 09:40 AM   #31
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I kinda like it, eventually somebody will have a kit for the new Grand Cherokee but it will be expensive, however, if you have enough money to buy a brand new Grand Cherokee and lift it and then take it off-road, you will probably have enough money to buy the lift kit. Its a good thing that they made plenty of ZJs and WJs for people who want a cheap, capable offroad vehicle A Grand Cherokee really is marketed towards soccer mom's and not very many of them actually see any offroad use so in chryslers eyes, making it IFS/IRS is a good step for making a more comfortable vehicle for the bulk of people who buy Grand Cherokees brand new.

BTW, I already plan on just buying low mileage ZJs and WJs (until I can't find them) when I need a "new" Jeep. Once the world runs out of those, I'll just keep rebuilding mine lol.

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Unread 04-10-2009, 10:12 AM   #32
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i said it before and ill say it again. not too shabby, i would like to know more about the transfer case. and i wouldnt mind being able to lift the jeep 5 inches with the push of a button
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Unread 04-10-2009, 09:05 PM   #33
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Seems like it would be a major pain in the *** to do mods on. What are ya gonna do when you want a steel bumper to put that winch on? Definitely don't like the idea of the airbag lift, I knew a guy that did that to his 2WD Dodge Ram that already looked gay cause of what they did to the body of it. Chrysler just keeps ****ing up, I can't stand vehicles that look like they should be lowered instead of lifted. I'll stop here cause I'll just keep ranting.
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Unread 04-12-2009, 11:33 PM   #34
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I think the front grille and headlights are reminiscent of a WJ, the rear looks similiar to an X5 the side looks like that saturn suv (not the vue)

I want to see if they are goin to do an SRT-8 model, and see what that looks like..
And what will the letters be? anyone know?
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