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    Knows a Thing or Two bruggymonster's Avatar
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    For Sale Feeler: 2013 JKUR

    Iím about to graduate college and am going to be driving a lot more for work. Iím going to try to make it work but right now Iím starting to think I canít afford to keep the Jeep for a daily driver. I really donít want to let it go but I was wondering what you guys think I could get out of it/ is it better to return it to stock and trade it in? Itís got just under 67,000 miles and only a few scratches from gravel road driving. Never any mechanical problems and always had fluids and rotations on time.
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    Navigation Head Unit
    Crawler Conceptz rear body mounted tire carrier
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    I know Iím missing some more stuff but those are the bigger things. You can also check out my build thread under ďBilly Goat BuildĒ. Hate to even have to post this thread but itís something Iím seriously considering. Thanks ahead.

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    You could just wear down the 37s then move down to 35s. Do you have a job lined up, in which you know youíll be driving a lot?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Clutch View Post
    You could just wear down the 37s then move down to 35s. Do you have a job lined up, in which you know youíll be driving a lot?


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    Itís more so the opposite, Iíve got a job now but not paying the best. Selling the Jeep and buying a cheaper and more economical vehicle would just give me a bigger pocket to help pay rents and such.


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    Wish I could afford that when I was in college.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    Wish I could afford that when I was in college.


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    I think thatís the problem.


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    I would try to sell it as is before you go all ďnapalmĒ on it. Itís a great looking jeep and seems to be built right.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    Wish I could afford that when I was in college.


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    Right?! I thought my TJ on 33s was awesome when I was in college lol

    If it were me I'd say fuck it and keep it. You got a nice jeep and I always hear stories from people who regret getting rid of their jeep. Especially when they never truly wanted to sell it in the first place but did just for the money.

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    But if I were to do the unthinkable, what do you guys think I could get out of it?


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    I've been recently looking at JKUR's here in Jersey and that year/miles stock goes for $30k to $35k. I don't see why you wouldn't be able to get at least $39k for it.


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