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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 03-05-2008, 03:07 PM Thread Starter
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I recently installed the following:
1. T-Rex aluminum billet grille
2. Spidertrax 1.5" wheel spacers
3. Mopar Stainless Steel "Commander" door sills (very cool looking)
4. Mopar Jeep fork mounted bike rail (already had two mounted)
5. Pro-Clip iPac and iPhone custom dash mounts

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Jeep Crossbars and Bike Racks
Chrome Gas Cap
AEM Brute Force Intake System
Magnaflow Muffler
Spidertrax 1.5" Wheel Spacers
Billet Grille Inserts
SRT8 Pedal Overlays
Chrome Door Sills
Ipod Interface
Rocky Road Outfitters 2.5" Lift
Rancho RS5000 Front Struts
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Very nice pictures. Good look.
How do you get your bikes up top? I am right at 6' and I struggle....dropped on my head once. DO you have a step or something? I like the roof top racks, but cant get the bikes up without hurting someone...


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I can just barely get my two bikes on the outer rails. If the Commander was 1" higher, I wouldn't be able to. Perhaps your Commander sits higher than mine...lifted?...4 X 4? To get a third bike on the middle rail, I will step up on the door sill and have someone hand the bike to me or I could simply set the bike in the outer rail, step on the door sill and transfer the bike to the middle rail. I needed the third rail because I have some races this year where I will have two other people with bikes riding with me. I don't like the idea of having to travel around with a step stool. I have a friend with an XTerra who does that (he is about 5' 5") and he gets ridiculed...a lot. I'm 5' 8" by the way so I don't have any plans to lift my Commander due to my "diminuitive" size!

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Jeep Crossbars and Bike Racks
Chrome Gas Cap
AEM Brute Force Intake System
Magnaflow Muffler
Spidertrax 1.5" Wheel Spacers
Billet Grille Inserts
SRT8 Pedal Overlays
Chrome Door Sills
Ipod Interface
Rocky Road Outfitters 2.5" Lift
Rancho RS5000 Front Struts
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Raceline Assault 20" Wheels
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Borla Exhaust Tips
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looks good.
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Yeah - my short ass is like 5' 6", and I get ridiculed anyway!!! I have the hitch mounted bike rack, just makes life easier for me. Anyway, nice pics! That thing looks clean!!

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It is a 4x4, but no lift. I thought about a step, but thought I would be ridiculed as well...I am thinking about nerf bars or rock rails...I could stand on those.

I do imagine your bikes are lighter than mine. I have a stock Giant Cypress which is a hybrid. Better than my old Schwinn 10speed.


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Light and expensive; some people have children...I have bikes! They never talk back and never require bailing out.
2004 Turner Burner Cross Country Racing Bike: 23.9 pounds...$4,500
2007 Griffen Vulcan Triathlon Racing Bike w/ Zipp Carbon race wheels: 16.8 pounds...$6,500.

2006 Jeep Commander 5.7L Hemi Limited
Jeep Crossbars and Bike Racks
Chrome Gas Cap
AEM Brute Force Intake System
Magnaflow Muffler
Spidertrax 1.5" Wheel Spacers
Billet Grille Inserts
SRT8 Pedal Overlays
Chrome Door Sills
Ipod Interface
Rocky Road Outfitters 2.5" Lift
Rancho RS5000 Front Struts
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Raceline Assault 20" Wheels
Nitto Terra Grappler G2 265/50R20 Tires
Borla Exhaust Tips
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Looking good. I'm a big silver fan.

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I was skeptical when I saw you had spacers with no lift ("what would he need those for", I thought), but it looks really good, man!


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