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    Commando is the only way to go!

    Have had mine for about 4 months now. Just got it out of the shop last week for tires/wheels/lift/rails. Can't wait to get it on the trails!

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    Commando Green: Show off going commando

    Quote Originally Posted by Sean L View Post
    Have had mine for about 4 months now. Just got it out of the shop last week for tires/wheels/lift/rails. Can't wait to get it on the trails!

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    What lift did you go with? Size tires? Awesome tread pattern...Your commando is lookin good!

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    Specs

    That is a 4" Rough Country short arm kit. Goodyear Fierce 35x9s and ATX Ledge 17" wheels. The bars are Smittybilt. Thanks for the compliment!

    Sean

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    Commando Green: Show off going commando

    Quote Originally Posted by Sean L View Post
    That is a 4" Rough Country short arm kit. Goodyear Fierce 35x9s and ATX Ledge 17" wheels. The bars are Smittybilt. Thanks for the compliment!

    Sean
    I have always heard Rough Country is rough riding...how you liking it so far?

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    Commando Green: Show off going commando

    is that an Australian Shepard with the jeep?

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    Quote Originally Posted by IBeHeWhoIsJoshua View Post
    I have always heard Rough Country is rough riding...how you liking it so far?
    So far so good. I don't really have much history to make a comparison. It is a bit rougher than it was stock, and the wind does effect me more now than before I lifted it, but I think that is all to be expected. I have no complaints as of yet.

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    Commando Green: Show off going commando

    Quote Originally Posted by Sean L View Post
    So far so good. I don't really have much history to make a comparison. It is a bit rougher than it was stock, and the wind does effect me more now than before I lifted it, but I think that is all to be expected. I have no complaints as of yet.
    Right on man, well congrats on a good lookin rig.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flotto View Post

    is that an Australian Shepard with the jeep?
    Yeah that's my little girl Piper. Actually a rescue, super smart, lazy as all Hell and well trained. Got so lucky with her
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    The only way to go ……. "Mother Earth Green"

    IMG_5367.jpgIMG_5355.jpgIMG_5269.jpgWayalife……. Keep up the great job
    Last edited by JKJoe66; 03-29-2013 at 04:05 AM.

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    Commando Green: Show off going commando

    Quote Originally Posted by JKJoe66 View Post
    IMG_5367.jpgIMG_5355.jpgIMG_5269.jpgWayalife……. Keep up the great job
    Awesome rig! Mine is jealous...

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