Got that Toyota chit
Originally Posted by nicholasburr
Check out these brands for bumpers
They all make good stuff, all made in the US. Keep in mind that the more weight you put on your jeep the more your handling and performance will change. Staying light is key.
And absolutely you can do everything yourself. It's a good bonding time with your dad and will provide you with tons of life lessons and education that you wouldn't get anywhere else. It's a great experience to learn more about yourself and the vehicle you drive. Mechanical understanding is an invaluable bit of knowledge.
Originally Posted by JLC08JK
Originally Posted by Tanimal
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13 JKUR Build thread
For Sale: 2013 4dr JK Painted black Hard Top JKUR 18/59 springs and shocks
97 TJ: daughter 1 - 2.5L, Auto, 2" BB, 31" GY Duratrac
98 TJ: Daugher 2 - 4.0L, 5spd, D44 rear
06 LJ Rubicon: mine - Rokmen full up-armor, 8 adjustable CAs, front bumper, sliders, corners, Shrockworks rear bumper, 3" AEV/BDS lift, Currie HD stearing and Antirock, MT/r - k 35x12.5, SuperWinch, MC Overlines, York OBA
13 JKU Rubicon: Wife's for now, Ace Rock rails & rear bumper tire carrier, Truck Lites, MC Game changer 3.5 lift, RR skids, PSC Brawler front bumper, Warn 9.5cti-s, 35" GY MTRs
Every company seems ro have the down falls. Always been a huge currie and clayton fan myself. My use their heims when stretching.
On another note those lod bumpers are solid as a rock!
Wait were all on the east? Why the hell havent we wheeled yet?!?!?
Just a lil road trip
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