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  1. Holaday07 4.7
    05-20-2011 12:39 PM - permalink
    Holaday07 4.7
    Hey went through your album I have to admit it looks great. Two questions though, could you post some close up pics of the rock sliders, and how did you mount the LED lights in the rear bumper? Awesome Jeep thanks for posting the pics
  2. multihull
    05-16-2011 05:35 AM - permalink
    She a great Commander but it slowly showing her age but god it's a great machine. The second best car I've ever had. My lift is simple, 2 1/2" at the rear and 3" at the front. All done with just coils plus a 1/4" spacer at the front on the top of the struts. I run Bilstiens but i think the Aussie ARB shocks front and rear would be better. I'll change to these once the Billies give up the ghost in a year or two.
    The trails here in Oz look very different to what you guys have in the States plus when you go Outback here you can drive 100s of miles or more and there’s no Petrol station, (Gas) shop or house. Nothing but dry desert or bush (gum trees, hills & mountains or ravines) for 100’s of miles. We have big miles between towns and most of the people I know who come here from the USA say it’s like the Sates 20 plus years ago. Yeh we’re pretty backwards down here.
    We both have big counties but the population in Australia = 22 million, USA = 280million
  3. ScaredNoobGoat
    04-17-2011 09:12 PM - permalink
    Gorgeous Commander. I just moved to the mountains in U.S. I would love to go to Aussie land.

    What kind of lift do you have?

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    saling high perfomance multihulls, 4W Driving, enjoying outdoor Australia
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    XH V6 3 liter diesel Commander: R/H steer, 2 1/2"OME rear lift, 3" front lift - Murchinson coils with steel spacers on top of struts, JeepinByAl upper control arms, Bilsien shocks, GDE chip, Custom low profile transmission cross member, Black alloys, 32 1/2" rubber , Provent crank case filter, custom rockrails, Custom rear bar, Custom front bar with driving lights, custom front bash plate, 12000lb recovery winch, aftermarket CD/Nav/DVD/Rear Cam system, Interior LEDs, HID lights


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