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    Is there a way to move this whole thread over to “Kill it with fire”? LOL


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    Quote Originally Posted by longarmwj View Post
    Jeep designed it to be as efficient as possible, meaning that every aspect of the vehicle is maximized for efficiency in its stock form. Generally speaking I’m not sure how a lowering kit would help on road dynamics. Lowering it wouldn’t change the drag coefficient of the vehicle.

    Now this being said I know NOTHING about lowered vehicles so if I’m totally wrong correct me, but from my general understanding of lowered cars it doesn’t change much


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    Definitely needs a new knuter valve. Instant on road performance dynamics.

    Who the fuck lowers a 4x4 vehicle except rappers? Want a better commuter buy a commuter car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bear_JKU View Post
    This guy just used smaller wheels and tires. Attachment 310195


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    Hahaha
    No. That's not the look I want 🤣


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    Quote Originally Posted by jesse3638 View Post
    Definitely needs a new knuter valve. Instant on road performance dynamics.

    Who the fuck lowers a 4x4 vehicle except rappers? Want a better commuter buy a commuter car.

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    A. Not a rapper
    B. Would make it unique
    C. Apparently, lower ( less hight from road) makes it more fuel efficient at high speeds and it is susposed to handle better. 🤷🏽*♂️

    Just running thoughts thru head trying to make it uniquely different.

    Commute of 677 miles.
    It gets 30mpg with the V6. So I'm happy with that.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Snboarder113 View Post
    Lowering kits, in general, cup kits coil overs etc, normally ride like ass. I’d stick with stock if it’s your commuter.


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    I didn't know that.
    I've never lowered anything or been in anything lowered.
    It sure rides great as stock.

    It's not a trail hawk, it's a high altitude, so I'm limited in build options... But. It's a jeep so I've gotta do something to make it MINE. 🤣


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    Trade it for a better commuter. Honda, Toyota...
    en hopup veritas

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    Quote Originally Posted by HighwayTrout View Post
    Trade it for a better commuter. Honda, Toyota...
    This!

    It's an SUV, no matter what you do to it it will not drive like a car.

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