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    I agree with some of the others when saying I’m not sure you are ever “done”. You build them with a goal in mind of what you want to do, how you want to wheel, how big you want it to be, but all along the way it changes(especially if you are me). The fun about it is the journey. The fun is learning how to build it yourself, how to fix things when they are broken, how to wheel it carefully when it is stock. It really is a great time, just sit back and enjoy the chase and don’t worry about being “done”

    All that being said, I average about 1-2 years per Jeep. I don’t stop building, I just sell them, buy another one, lather, rinse, repeat. You know how it goes. 🤣


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    Quote Originally Posted by Napalm View Post
    I agree with some of the others when saying I’m not sure you are ever “done”. You build them with a goal in mind of what you want to do, how you want to wheel, how big you want it to be, but all along the way it changes(especially if you are me). The fun about it is the journey. The fun is learning how to build it yourself, how to fix things when they are broken, how to wheel it carefully when it is stock. It really is a great time, just sit back and enjoy the chase and don’t worry about being “done”

    All that being said, I average about 1-2 years per Jeep. I don’t stop building, I just sell them, buy another one, lather, rinse, repeat. You know how it goes. 🤣


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    I have only ever sold one of my Jeeps and I cried. I had a 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee on a 3.5 inch lift on 35's. I had put over 326K miles on it and even drowned her once in Iceland. . I bought it neww and sold it in 2010 when I bought my 2010 JKU Islander. I swore I would never sell another one again. Hahaha!
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    Was wondering opinions on a Rancho 3” lift or 4” crawler lift. I can get the 3” one for around 800 with a discount it includes
    Rancho RS66107B Details
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    Front and rear coil springs
    Front adjustable track bar included
    Extended length front sway bar end link
    Upgraded front and rear bump stop spacer
    Front and rear adjustable upper control arms included
    Front extended length brake lines
    Rear track bar bracket
    Rear brake line drop brackets
    Will not affect the Electronic Stability Control System
    Brackets are high-strength, low-alloy steel
    100-percent bolt-on system

    Then there is the 4” short arm rock crawler.


    Fits Up To 37-In. Tires
    Available in Four Shock Configurations: RS5000X, RS7000MT, RS9000XL, or Without Shocks
    Heavy-Duty Front and Rear Adjustable Track Bars Included
    Fully Adjustable Upper and Lower Control Arms with D2 Bushings
    Front and Rear Progressive Rate Coil Springs
    Allows the Centering Of the Axles
    Allows For Caster and Pinion Adjustment
    Additional Comfort for Everyday Driving
    Aftermarket Front Driveshaft, Exhaust Spacers, or Rancho Cross Over Pipe Required for 2012 and Up Wrangler JK




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    Quote Originally Posted by monstrousmac View Post
    I have only ever sold one of my Jeeps and I cried. I had a 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee on a 3.5 inch lift on 35's. I had put over 326K miles on it and even drowned her once in Iceland. . I bought it neww and sold it in 2010 when I bought my 2010 JKU Islander. I swore I would never sell another one again. Hahaha!
    Truthfully I wish this was the route I would have taken instead of the one that I did. But, it’s never to late to get start I guess


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