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Unread 07-08-2010, 10:44 AM   #16
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Trust me, the XJ got it the same when it first came out. The first unibody Jeep (at least in recent history, I can't recall if the Jeepster was unibody or body on frame) and it had square headlights. The wheelwells can barely fit 30s, occasionally 31s without trimming or lifting, bigger than 31s requires either more lift than should be necessary or cutting (I went with cutting and probably a little too much lift, but oh well, gotta work with what's available). Wrangler guys will mock anything that's not them, that's half the reason I loved my Tracker. SWB, removable roof, nimble, but not a Wrangler. And it surprised more than a few people with it's capabilities.

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Unread 07-09-2010, 09:23 AM   #17
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I'm glad to see you're back. It also sounds like you've been in our shoes on the 'bashing" issues. We DO try to be corgial but some days our fuses are a little short. I hope there's no hard feeling.

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