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post #16 of 39 Old 07-28-2013, 11:59 AM Thread Starter
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Paint and a set of rims blew you of your feet....ok
Well I actually drove it and its handling Is ok not to mention acceleration, I don't know if its because its the first one I ever drove.

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post #17 of 39 Old 07-28-2013, 06:29 PM
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Well I actually drove it and its handling Is ok not to mention acceleration, I don't know if its because its the first one I ever drove.
A jeep's acceleration blew you away? That's not usually the thing people get excited about.

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A jeep's acceleration blew you away? That's not usually the thing people get excited about.
Yesterday I drove a stock jeep and it. Was the same feeling so idk and everyone buys a vehicle for different reasons like raving, hunting, sport and just the design.
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Yesterday I drove a stock jeep and it. Was the same feeling so idk and everyone buys a vehicle for different reasons like raving, hunting, sport and just the design.
I remember when the 4 doors first came out and I saw one that was a dark green, black wheels, with black aftermarket winch-mount bumpers and couple other things. It was nothing that an average person couldn't do, but something about the combination stopped me in my tracks...it just worked, and looked amazing, and I'd sworn off owning a green vehicle till then.

I see jeeps of every shape and size out here, but none has ever struck me like that, and it wasn't even anything special. So I know the feeling when you see one that just "gets" you. And I think that it's probably different for every person. So I say admire away!
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can someone identify this jeep for me and tell me what kind it is and if you know the kind of rims and tyres on it .
im a newbie see with me please
Looks like Nitto mud terrains, definately not KM2s

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Yesterday I drove a stock jeep and it. Was the same feeling so idk and everyone buys a vehicle for different reasons like raving, hunting, sport and just the design.
All legitimate reasons to buy a specific vehicle...WAIT...what?...Did you say raving? Please post pics of raving with your jeep.

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...WAIT...what?...Did you say raving? Please post pics of raving with your jeep.
I'm on it. wait a sec...

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post #24 of 39 Old 08-15-2013, 03:06 PM
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Eh, don't listen to the haters.

If that Jeep was in the woods instead of looking like it's on the set of a home-made rap video, they'd love it. (Ok, maybe not the rockstars, but regardless)

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All legitimate reasons to buy a specific vehicle...WAIT...what?...Did you say raving? Please post pics of raving with your jeep.
oh here is a vid of the same jeep
skip to 2:05

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Express21, haters gonna hate bro. Screw 'em... If you dig it, build it. That's a sharp looking Jeep. Good luck with the build.

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post #27 of 39 Old 09-20-2013, 11:39 AM
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murdered out

i have seen at least a handful with the flat black paint job and accompanying upgrades

personally, i think it would be great if you are trying to disappear at night with the lights off
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post #28 of 39 Old 12-20-2013, 06:33 AM Thread Starter
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Oh I had another thing I wanted to ask, this jeep had on some automatic steps they are round and when they came down they light up does anyone know what kind of steps they are?
If u look along the running board you will see the step
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Most likely an AMP step if they let down automatically
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post #30 of 39 Old 03-19-2014, 12:50 AM
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Ditch the horrible rims and its a nice base to start building a sweet rugged off road machine. would look better covered in mud.
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