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post #1 of 3 Old 03-25-2014, 04:44 PM Thread Starter
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New guy ready to learn

Hello Jeep Forum,
I am brand new to the forum, and new to Jeep.
I have been around Jeeps my whole life, and am now finally in a position to buy one.
I am not a gear head, but can do minor mods myself. I will be purchasing a Jeep Wrangler very soon, and wanted opinions on new versus used and any other input.
It will be my daily driver, as well as light off-roader. I am not looking to do any major mudding, rock crawling or hill climbing.
I love the look of the 2014 Willy's Wheeler, but can't seem to find any in stock. Are they limited release?
What are your opinions on lifting a daily driver?
Tires?
I want to go black on black with flat black wheels.
I hate chrome, and heard no respectable jeep has it, of course that could be said about black on black too.
I'm going with the 2 door, but what are exterior lighting options, or interior audio additions.
What about tops? The dual top package OK? I know I want a hard top for winter, but not sure I want the soft top with full doors. I know I want a soft top, or topless for summer, but may want half doors part time.
Are the aftermarket items better than the factory items?
That's what I love about Jeep, the ability to switch it up.
I would love the honest opinion from all of you experienced owners before I go to a dealer and get gouged for every possible option.
Thanks in advance to anyone willing to help this newbie into the Jeep community.

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post #2 of 3 Old 03-25-2014, 06:56 PM
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Time to educate yourself. Its all here and its all free. All it takes is a little initiative on your part. Start here:

https://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f165/...t-here-523324/

After you have gone through this you will have answered a lot of your own questions.

Hey guys, there is NO SUCH THING as RPMS. There is NO "S" in RPM.
A little knowledge is a dangerous thing, but not nearly as much as ignorance.
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post #3 of 3 Old 03-26-2014, 02:25 PM
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I can't give big advice, because I didn't do a lot of pumping up to my baby. I liked how it was, just the way it was. However, congratulations on finally buying your own! Good luck with everything.
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