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post #1 of 37 (permalink) Old 08-11-2012, 10:06 PM Thread Starter
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Jeep wranglers

What going on with them the past couple years they don't look that good
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post #2 of 37 (permalink) Old 08-11-2012, 10:10 PM
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The 4 door ones are pretty nice especially if you do some work to them with rims, slight lift, lights...the cos
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Thats what I have been thinking........My '01 Wrangler is getting a little rough around the edges , but I still prefer that body style compared to the new ones. '07 I think they started some changes.

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The new Wranglers are starting to look a little too 'Hummer-ish' for my taste. The older style is much better.
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Re: Jeep wranglers

My wife and I both have wranglers as second vehicles......mine is a 99, hers is a 08....both lifted, with tires rims etc.....my 99 looks almost new and its amazing how many people say mine looks better....just because of the body style......but to tell you the truth, I like the 08 looks just as well.

If I think about it tmrw...I will post some pics, and you guys cn decide.

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Tan one is a 99, Black one is a 08.

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I loved my 02, had it for over 7 years. Now I have a 2010 and still love it. When I was younger I had a Chrysler Sebring convertible, and was able to use the family pickup for any of my hunting/fishing/camping expeditions. When the truck got sold I was in a bind. Jeep is the best of both worlds to me.

My Jeeps have never let me down, moved everything I own in my current one when I bought my house. Took the roof off and strapped all the big stuff to the roll cage. Muddy goose fields are no problem. I can carry 2 dozen Full bodies and 2 dozen shells plus all my blinds and gear. It tows my boat just fine! Deer, I've had 3 on my Hitch haul at one time from Elk county to Hazleton.

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