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Thread: Selling your JK when the JL comes out?

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    Knows a Thing or Two MattAlpha's Avatar
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    I plan on keeping my '07 until the frame isn't serviceable. So far it's been a fun and reliable rig.


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    Not me...I have big plans for my JKUR. I'm keeping it for-eh-ver!!


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    Nor i, big plans for the jk

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    Quote Originally Posted by justin mazzon View Post
    I have a '13 JK Sport with some mods. Very happy with it. But seriously considering switching to a Rubicon JL probably in year 2-3 and not putting more money into the JK.
    Yeah but in that time you could have the one you have set up even better than a rubi

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    Last edited by Draconianwinter; 11-12-2016 at 05:06 PM.
    Awe I am going to slow for your tastes? well to bad if I ain't being paid I ain't in no hurry lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Breer View Post
    Hahahaha


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    Never say never, but I planned for my 2016 JKUR to be the last new vehicle I buy. My next car is going to be a 78 Cadillac Eldorado, and my wife's 01 wrangler is the energizer bunny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Napalm View Post
    Short answer - nope.

    Almost as short answer - My plan is to never get rid of my current JKU. I've bought, sold, and traded way too many vehicles. I am very content with the design and features of the JK.


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    That sounds a lot like what you said at the beginning of your build thread... LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by napalm View Post
    short answer - nope.

    Almost as short answer - my plan is to never get rid of my current jku. I've bought, sold, and traded way too many vehicles. I am very content with the design and features of the jk.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jagrubb99 View Post
    that sounds a lot like what you said at the beginning of your build thread... Lol
    ah ha ha!

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    Noooope


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