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post #1156 of 2414 Old 01-26-2014, 03:13 PM
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Two week new Jeep owner, new here, first post. My '13 Overland Summit:



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post #1157 of 2414 Old 01-27-2014, 11:18 AM
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My wife just picked this up over the weekend.

The least was up on her 2011 Liberty (horrible little vehicle) and she traded up for a '14 Limited.

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post #1158 of 2414 Old 01-28-2014, 02:44 PM
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Hey, Nice one! Excellent move from the Liberty.

Been to that Chilli's on many an occasion. We had an apartment in Haslett for several years during school. I worked in a bike shop right near there for a few years too, Central Park, they still there?

The GC should be great in the MI winters.

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post #1159 of 2414 Old 01-28-2014, 08:09 PM
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thought i would share my brothers WK2...

its got a Dobinson suspension lift with a front custom strut spacer we had made to level it out on the front and Nitto Terra tires.



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post #1160 of 2414 Old 01-28-2014, 08:44 PM
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Nice to see other lifts besides the RRO. Not many with that lift have been posted. Decent looking WK2.
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post #1161 of 2414 Old 01-28-2014, 09:06 PM
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Nice to see other lifts besides the RRO. Not many with that lift have been posted. Decent looking WK2.
thanks man! I will post pictures of another WK2 that runs in the family with more mods and the same Dobinson lift (but no front spacer) as soon as I can!
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post #1162 of 2414 Old 01-29-2014, 06:25 AM
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was the Dobinson lift an easy install

89 lifted wrangler to 95 lifted cherokee to 01 GC now 07 JK 4 DOOR X WITH HIGH ROCK FRONT WINCH BUMPER APPROACH ROLLERS/WARN 9.5TI WINCH WITH UNDER THE HOOD CUT-OFF SWITCH/2.5" SS lift/1"M.O.R.E BL/33" BFG KM2 ON STOCK 17"/RIVER RAIDER ROCKER GUARDS-SLIDERS/OFF ROAD HEROS FASTBACK SOFT TOP/GIBSON DUEL EXHAUST/CUSTOM MADE TRUNK/HELLA FF300/HELLA500 W-WINDSHIELD MOUNTS/DELTA SKYBAR/CARBON FIBER DASH KIT/DUEL AND SINGLE GUAGE PODS WITH VOLT-OIL PRESSURE-OIL TEMP GUAGES/COBRA 75 CB/AND A LOT OF RECOVERY GEAR
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post #1163 of 2414 Old 01-29-2014, 06:42 AM
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Hey, Nice one! Excellent move from the Liberty.

Been to that Chilli's on many an occasion. We had an apartment in Haslett for several years during school. I worked in a bike shop right near there for a few years too, Central Park, they still there?

The GC should be great in the MI winters.
So far the GC has been great in the snow we currently have. Though I have noticed a few things different in this than the Liberty as well as my daily driver (Ford Expedition). In the Liberty traction control was painfull and if you were in a little snow you couldn't move unless you turned it off and on top of it it sounded like a spoon in the garbage disposal. The GC will let you whip the tail end around which is kind of surprising (its probably the tires more than anything) and caught me off guard the first time I did it. But its just a different vehicle and will take some getting use to.

I am not sure if the bike shop is there or not (I only go in to Central Park for Jets Pizza).
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post #1164 of 2414 Old 01-29-2014, 02:34 PM
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New shot from today:

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post #1165 of 2414 Old 01-29-2014, 02:37 PM
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nice. You all got it pretty good down there. We got enough for the local municipalities to make a huge mess of the roads with all the salt, but not bad.

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Snowmageddon 2014. I'm from the north side of Chicago, so this stuff is no big deal for me.
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was the Dobinson lift an easy install
its pretty much a straight forward swap of front and rear struts... nothing special about it. I find the RR kit to be a little more challenging to install.
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Snowmageddon 2014. I'm from the north side of Chicago, so this stuff is no big deal for me.
Me ether I work downtown and do 1 1/2hrs in and a LiL more back home each day

89 lifted wrangler to 95 lifted cherokee to 01 GC now 07 JK 4 DOOR X WITH HIGH ROCK FRONT WINCH BUMPER APPROACH ROLLERS/WARN 9.5TI WINCH WITH UNDER THE HOOD CUT-OFF SWITCH/2.5" SS lift/1"M.O.R.E BL/33" BFG KM2 ON STOCK 17"/RIVER RAIDER ROCKER GUARDS-SLIDERS/OFF ROAD HEROS FASTBACK SOFT TOP/GIBSON DUEL EXHAUST/CUSTOM MADE TRUNK/HELLA FF300/HELLA500 W-WINDSHIELD MOUNTS/DELTA SKYBAR/CARBON FIBER DASH KIT/DUEL AND SINGLE GUAGE PODS WITH VOLT-OIL PRESSURE-OIL TEMP GUAGES/COBRA 75 CB/AND A LOT OF RECOVERY GEAR
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its pretty much a straight forward swap of front and rear struts... nothing special about it. I find the RR kit to be a little more challenging to install.
I knew i should have waited to see if another co. came out with a lift Thanks for the reply

89 lifted wrangler to 95 lifted cherokee to 01 GC now 07 JK 4 DOOR X WITH HIGH ROCK FRONT WINCH BUMPER APPROACH ROLLERS/WARN 9.5TI WINCH WITH UNDER THE HOOD CUT-OFF SWITCH/2.5" SS lift/1"M.O.R.E BL/33" BFG KM2 ON STOCK 17"/RIVER RAIDER ROCKER GUARDS-SLIDERS/OFF ROAD HEROS FASTBACK SOFT TOP/GIBSON DUEL EXHAUST/CUSTOM MADE TRUNK/HELLA FF300/HELLA500 W-WINDSHIELD MOUNTS/DELTA SKYBAR/CARBON FIBER DASH KIT/DUEL AND SINGLE GUAGE PODS WITH VOLT-OIL PRESSURE-OIL TEMP GUAGES/COBRA 75 CB/AND A LOT OF RECOVERY GEAR
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Having fun with the jeep in the snow
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14' WK2 Laredo E 4x4 V6 ORA1 SCP|RRO 2.5" lift|RRO UCA|BWoody extended sway bar links|Pro Comp 7036 18x9 0 offset|Goodyear wrangler duratrac 275/65/18|RRO roof rail| RRO roof rack| RRO 2014 brush guard combo bumper| RRO WK2 winch mount| IPF868CS 7 in rectangular light| Smithbilt 10k winch| Gibson exhaust| K&N 77 series intake
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