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That is a sweeeet ride! Good job, and the trails look like a lot of fun
 

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Hey that's a nice looking jeep. At least you traded it in for another jeep.
 

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I thought you were going to show a picture of it rolled down the mountain or something tragic like that.
Looks like you changed your mind and traded it in.
 

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Nice rig, almost went that way but wanted to be able to pull a trailer.
 

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Yep, got rid of her in order to get the XK.

The JK had the tow package, but the engine (~200 HP) would be a joke if you really needed to tow anything serious.

No roll overs, but a couple close calls. :p

The lights were stationary.

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Funny, the guy that bought my JK works across the street from me. Sometimes I'm a little sad without her. :( Someday I'll have another Wrangler.
 

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That was a sweet setup. I dig that you made your own front stubby. I saw some pics of a guy in Arkansas who crawls his JK that did the same thing, then plastic welded the stock tips back on the end. Pretty cool mod.

Great pics too!
 

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That was a sweet setup. I dig that you made your own front stubby. I saw some pics of a guy in Arkansas who crawls his JK that did the same thing, then plastic welded the stock tips back on the end. Pretty cool mod.

Great pics too!
Thanks!

I kept denting the rt front corner of the bumper. The JK bumper ends are hollow. After my denting my second bumper, I simply took a sawzall to it. I've seen other guys really do a nice job with it (like you mentioned above)...mine was just a hack job.
 

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I hear you.... shoot, I put a little dent in my stock JK bumper after it was removed. Those ends are SOOOOO soft.
 
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