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    Knows a Thing or Two Eezybreezy08's Avatar
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    Best first mods

    Besides lift and tires, what else is a good or most important first few mods that needs to be done to a jeep


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    Been Around the Block aermotor's Avatar
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    Mall
    52" LED Lightbar
    Winch
    Flat Fenders
    Stinger
    Beadlocks
    Rock Lights
    Exhaust
    Cold Air Intake


    Trail
    Rock Sliders
    Recovery Points/Gear
    Gears
    Tuner
    Idiot with a JK

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    Quote Originally Posted by aermotor View Post
    Mall
    52" LED Lightbar
    Winch
    Flat Fenders
    Stinger
    Beadlocks
    Rock Lights
    Exhaust
    Cold Air Intake


    Trail
    Rock Sliders
    Recovery Points/Gear
    Gears
    Tuner
    ^this, I would add upgraded bumpers as well depending on where/ how you wheel.



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    Headlights? The stock ones are junk.

    I would ditch the 50" light bar...they are noisy and IMO seem mostly impractical in most situations. Also seems like the only Jeeps I see them on nowadays are mallcrawlers that never leave the pavement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aermotor View Post
    Mall
    52" LED Lightbar
    Winch
    Flat Fenders
    Stinger
    Beadlocks
    Rock Lights
    Exhaust
    Cold Air Intake


    Trail
    Rock Sliders
    Recovery Points/Gear
    Gears
    Tuner
    Not sure I would call a winch and beadlocks mall crawler.

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    Been Around the Block aermotor's Avatar
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    You've obviously missed my joke.
    Idiot with a JK

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    Recovery gear and skid plates are not real fun but some of the most valuable first mods in my opinion.


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    Fire extinguisher, first aid kit, some sliders, and a few skid plates. After that, the best "mod" is driver experience
    2006 Jeep TJ
    "The Banana Jeep"

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    Light bars... every real jk owner has at least as many as seen in the photo below.107E07DB-CB29-4A3D-9A40-AC8D507D469E-556-00000075CA18FC95_tmp.JPG


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    I've always gotten a hood lock on my jeeps before anything.

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