Originally Posted by KaiserJeep
That's kinda the whole point with buying a Rubicon, it's pretty done when you get it, in the sense that I can go places none of my friends can follow - it always seems to reach a point where they get out and ride with me.
It's finally gonna get tires and a lift next Summer. Not that it really needs them. But since the '07 Rubicon's will have 33's, mine will too.
Yes it is completely possible to own a Jeep, drive it offroad, and not feel any need to modify it. People whose hobby it is to modify Jeeps don't quite understand....some of us have lives and family and friends....and other hobbies....and three Jeeps.
UM, I do not have three Jeeps but I have a wife, four kids, friends, a life, other hobbies (Darn expensive guns), a mortgage, and two car payments. I am just an underpayed Soldier but I bought the Rubicon as a BASE vehicle for mods so I would not have to spend the extra money on lockers and gears later.
I have about $4,500 in mods so far and about another $5,000 to go before I think I may be 'Done'.
Good thing I saved for ten years to get this Jeep. The second round of mods is going to have to come alot slower.