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    Goldilocks Transformation Build

    So I'm new to the forum but bought my Jeep back in 2012. It has definitely gone thru some changes over the years as I get bored of it looking the same way for so long, like being different and always new things coming out. Some will hate it and some will love it but I have spent a lot of valuable time in the garage and a pretty penny to get it the way it is. My key is details.... plain and simple "attention to details"

    From bone stock in 3 months I added the Rubicon Express lift, Procomp Mx6 Shocks and 37s Open Country below.....

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    Some more in the beginning pics...

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    Drake gas cap and hood latches were one of the 1st things I did. Also switched the rims the the XD Addicts. Also added some Rigid pods

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    Jeep looks good, what happened?


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    Little paint don't hurt no one...

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    Of course a Jeep is no fun without a little music tops down Went with Alpine Type R sub in the OEM enclosure and replaces the 6.5" with Alpine as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thudux View Post
    Of course a Jeep is no fun without a little music tops down Went with Alpine Type R sub in the OEM enclosure and replaces the 6.5" with Alpine as well.
    Clean install.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    Clean install.
    Thanks brotha!

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    Little changes....

    After riding around a while changed my speaker box and wheels. Along with painting my top white.


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    If everyone's Jeep looked the same, it would be a boring world.

    While you have gone in a direction I would not choose, it is clean and we'll done, and definitely unique

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