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Unread 07-24-2013, 09:19 PM   #1
conyersh
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I just bought a 04 Grand Cherokee limited 4.7 and it's bone stock. My goal is to make a very capable off road vehicle and try to keep it as practical as possible and get decent mpg. I live in FL so I will be dealing with mud and sand for the most part but I also want it to be capable on the rocks for when I go to NC. What should my first accessories and parts be? What are the best A/T tires for all around traction on and off road? Is a 4" lift my best option as far as a good balance between practical and capable? Etc....

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