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Model:Wrangler Unlimited (LJ)

Engine:4.0L I6

Transmission:42 RLE (4 Speed Auto)

Transfer Case:NV231

Front Axle:D30

Rear Axle:D44

Axle Gear Ratio:3.72

Suspension:4" Suspension Lift

Tires:33x12.5x15 Falken Rocky Mountain

Wheels:15" Polished Aluminum

Armor:Aftermarket front and rear bumpers

Recovery Gear:These Hands

Accessories:Bestop Trektop NX, K&N Cold Air Intake, Step bars, head & tail light black euro guards, black door hinges, CB

Future Modifications:Black-out my wheels, Neoprene Seat Covers, Grill Guard with off-road lights, swaybar disconnects

"The Time Machine" because all mods end up taking 4 times longer to install for one reason or another.

I have priviously owned 2 ZJs but have always wanted a Wrangler. I just got engaged (1/5/13) so I had to sell my car to buy a cheaper vehicle for me and another for my wife to be. I decided it was time to get a Wrangler. I found this one for sale at a great deal and couldn't resist.
Happy Jeeping! See you out there!

Update (5/30/13): A few more things I added:
-Added black Euro Headlight Guards & painted the bezels
-Mounted an old '70s CB (grandpa gave me) down by my left foot, antenna mounted to the tire carrier
-Installed oversized 5x7" speakers to the dash and 6.5" speakers in the sound bar
-Added more suspension lift: 2.5" spacer lift to the front and 1.5" spacer lift to the rear, Rough Country Steering Stabilizer, 4 Skyjacker Shocks, Skyjacker rear track bar relocation bracket (front already has a JKS adjustable track bar), and a 1.5" transfer case drop bar. It now has about 4" (front) 4.5" (rear) of total suspension lift.
-I sold my old top with a busted zipper and for just a little more I bought a Bestop Trektop NX. Really like it! More quiet and the fast back look is pretty cool.


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View TFERV's Jeep
02-19-2013, 09:14 PM
My wheels are getting spotted up from road salt. Should I paint them black? Thanks for your input.

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