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    Quote Originally Posted by Missionsparta View Post
    Really? WHO CARES? I came from the Corvette community before this. Coolest people ever. Everyone always comllinented each other rides and whatever modifications. No one ever asked if they did the mod and never take it to the track, etc. Move over to Jeeps and it is just snob after snob having a cow about who is putting what on their vehicle. I'd rather some "soccer mom" throw 37s on her vehicle and enjoy it than listen to some insecure clown complaining about her doing it any day. Jeep people are ruining their own community by being vehicle snobs. Grow up.
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    NO LIFT & 37's on a JL WRANGLER - Can it be done?

    Quote Originally Posted by Missionsparta View Post
    Really? WHO CARES? I came from the Corvette community before this. Coolest people ever. Everyone always comllinented each other rides and whatever modifications. No one ever asked if they did the mod and never take it to the track, etc. Move over to Jeeps and it is just snob after snob having a cow about who is putting what on their vehicle. I'd rather some "soccer mom" throw 37s on her vehicle and enjoy it than listen to some insecure clown complaining about her doing it any day. Jeep people are ruining their own community by being vehicle snobs. Grow up.
    Way to go. Your first post and it’s to complain and bitch. But I highly doubt soccer moms go out and buy corvettes, let alone modify them. So you’re saying if someone buys a corvette and puts an oversized cowl or ram air hood on but leaves the engine completely stock no one is gunna say anything? What if someone put 28’s on a corvette? Yea I believe your statement is flawed. We all know that wouldn’t fly in the corvette community. But maybe you should go back to the corvette community if it’s so much better... Just saying


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    NO LIFT & 37's on a JL WRANGLER - Can it be done?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Missionsparta View Post
    Really? WHO CARES? I came from the Corvette community before this. Coolest people ever. Everyone always comllinented each other rides and whatever modifications. No one ever asked if they did the mod and never take it to the track, etc. Move over to Jeeps and it is just snob after snob having a cow about who is putting what on their vehicle. I'd rather some "soccer mom" throw 37s on her vehicle and enjoy it than listen to some insecure clown complaining about her doing it any day. Jeep people are ruining their own community by being vehicle snobs. Grow up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Missionsparta View Post
    Really? WHO CARES? I came from the Corvette community before this. Coolest people ever. Everyone always comllinented each other rides and whatever modifications. No one ever asked if they did the mod and never take it to the track, etc. Move over to Jeeps and it is just snob after snob having a cow about who is putting what on their vehicle. I'd rather some "soccer mom" throw 37s on her vehicle and enjoy it than listen to some insecure clown complaining about her doing it any day. Jeep people are ruining their own community by being vehicle snobs. Grow up.
    That was a joke. I suppose Corvette people don’t do humor, either. Maybe you should buy another Corvette.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Missionsparta View Post
    Really? WHO CARES? I came from the Corvette community before this. Coolest people ever. Everyone always comllinented each other rides and whatever modifications. No one ever asked if they did the mod and never take it to the track, etc. Move over to Jeeps and it is just snob after snob having a cow about who is putting what on their vehicle. I'd rather some "soccer mom" throw 37s on her vehicle and enjoy it than listen to some insecure clown complaining about her doing it any day. Jeep people are ruining their own community by being vehicle snobs. Grow up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Missionsparta View Post
    Really? WHO CARES? I came from the Corvette community before this. Coolest people ever. Everyone always comllinented each other rides and whatever modifications. No one ever asked if they did the mod and never take it to the track, etc. Move over to Jeeps and it is just snob after snob having a cow about who is putting what on their vehicle. I'd rather some "soccer mom" throw 37s on her vehicle and enjoy it than listen to some insecure clown complaining about her doing it any day. Jeep people are ruining their own community by being vehicle snobs. Grow up.
    He/She told us to grow up. Lol

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    Why did I have to click on this thread.. 37s from the jk to jl? And 40s for the jk.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mybadjk View Post
    Why did I have to click on this thread.. 37s from the jk to jl? And 40s for the jk.


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    Seems like a solid plan. Lol... Tell your wife it’s to protect the JL from shopping carts.

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