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post #35071 of 41804 Old 01-29-2014, 07:29 PM
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We have been banking with them for years. I actually got an auto quote from them today in perpetuation for the big move


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We have been banking with them for years. I actually got an auto quote from them today in perpetuation for the big move
We use them for everything.. Biggest downfall is that there isn't a physical bank to go to. Not that its a big deal though, all the benefits negate that.
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I just received my budget lift in the mail today. Looks like this weekend I will be attempting to install it. Looking over the instructions it seems more complicated than I first thought it would be. Well i'll give it a go.
What kit did you go with? And how tall?
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post #35074 of 41804 Old 01-29-2014, 08:47 PM
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We use them for everything.. Biggest downfall is that there isn't a physical bank to go to. Not that its a big deal though, all the benefits negate that.
yeah, both the house and Jeep are financed through them too. The no physical bank does suck, but the only time that it was really a pain in the arse was when we sold the quads and trailer last year... I did not like to keep that much cash at the house. Luckly the wife was nice enough to blow through it!!

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I have USAA full coverage for both vehicles, renters insurance, and special property insurance. I have no idea how much it breaks down to per month for each vehicle but it is affordable.

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Maybe if you're a professional clown! I don't see what all the hype is over those things. They look goofy to me!
I think it looks cool for that very reason, it's DIFFERENT than everything else out there. I saw a built one at a gas station across town about 6 months back, it was awesome looking. He had just returned from a photo shoot with JP.
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What kit did you go with? And how tall?
Puck,
I went with a 2" lift that is spacers and shackles. My goal was to allow more room for the 235s that my brother installed prior to me buying the jeep from him.

The only experience I have in installing a lift was back in 2000 when I got out of the Army and helped a buddy install one on his Dodge truck. I don't remember having to do everything that these instructions listed. I'm thinking they are a generic set encompassing all their lifts sold.
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I think it looks cool for that very reason, it's DIFFERENT than everything else out there. I saw a built one at a gas station across town about 6 months back, it was awesome looking. He had just returned from a photo shoot with JP.
These were different too, doesn't mean it was a good idea.









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Puck,
I went with a 2" lift that is spacers and shackles. My goal was to allow more room for the 235s that my brother installed prior to me buying the jeep from him.

The only experience I have in installing a lift was back in 2000 when I got out of the Army and helped a buddy install one on his Dodge truck. I don't remember having to do everything that these instructions listed. I'm thinking they are a generic set encompassing all their lifts sold.
Its super easy to do. Pm me if you need some advice or help.
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Its super easy to do.
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I would recommend something more like it should be easy, baring rusty bolts and similar road blocks.
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