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Unread 08-03-2014, 07:39 AM   #1
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2006 LJ College Build

Over last weekend my family picked up another Wrangler, I currently have a 99 TJ SE. I have wanted a LJ from when I first got my TJ and finally found one for a decent price. It was a 2006 LJ and it came with a new Zone 3 inch suspension lift and 33 inch Dick Cepek tires.




The first thing we did with this was fix the passenger seat. The inboard side was not latching so in took it out and found out a dome was stuck in the latch, thankfully a easy fix. The back window from the top is leaking because there are no brackets for the top to attach to the body so that is next on the fix list.

I am in college so this build thread will be slower than some I have read but if I do something I will try to post it


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