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Unread 04-02-2015, 01:10 AM   #1
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2008 WK 
Join Date: Jan 2010
Location: south nj
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So 2 years ago Blue (99 XJ) decided to start knocking so I ended up with a 07 Subaru Impreza. After $1500 in parts and 1.5 years getting it legal for inspection I had enough. Last weekend I finally was able to trade it in for a 2008 Grand Cherokee (Black).

Stock 17" rims
Laredo Edition
Double Din w/ Rear view camera
3.7L with 84,8xx miles
heated everything
Remote start
Quadra-Trac I
and more bells & whistles

Since this is my DD and my 99 XJ is my weekend warrior, I wont be modifying this WK much.


2"-3" lift (OME HD Lift)
31" AT or MT tires on 17" JK rims
Regear (maybe)

Waiting to install:

17" JK rims plasti dipped black
Kayak racked

Since I'm new to owning a WK (ive owned a TJ, WJ, and 2 XJs) I'm open to advice on what to look out for. Once I have more time, I will fill this out a bit more.

08 WK Laredo 3.7L
99 XJ Sport with a 3.5" Rusty's Suspension lift on 31x10.5 Pro Comp MTs (sold)
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