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Ruffstuff 10 year saleBDS 4-1/2" Suspension Lift Kit - Jeep Wrangler YJRough Country Lift Kits and Parts!

Unread 04-03-2008, 04:38 PM   #16
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Sounds like the FDII can handle it all NP,and the FDI will more then likelydo good too, expecally if I lift it and add good shoes. A do it al truck that will still get 25mpg sounds good. Now I just need to go drive it and decided if I and live with an SUV instead of a pickup...

One of the things I have grown to hate about hitting the beach in my durango is the cleanup. yuck, sand everywhere... Makes me miss my truck. That is also the reason the JK is on my list - strip out the carpet and bed-line the inside, then I could hose it out, all the way to the front... I think it may be about the last SUV that you can still do that with...

Thanks, All!

*** Jeepless for now ***

Do two guys that don't know what they are talking about know more or less than one guy that doesen't know what he is talking about?
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