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Thread: 2 Door JKR Recon VS. waiting for a JLR.

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    Nothing but a Thing Shadow's_Jeep's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    Good buy!
    Oddly enough, I find my JKU to have a better seating position and to be more comfortable driving longer distances than my JLU. The two seating positions/ergonomics are night and day. I can stretch my legs out a little better in my JKU.
    The JLU feels a little smaller. It's not cramped at all, just more snug.
    I noticed same thing between my wife's JL an my JKU.

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    ^^ Having driven my JL approx 6hrs to western PA, I can say I prefer the front seats in the JKs. I like the way the JL seats look, but imo they’re not as comfortable for long trips.

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    So what's your first mod going to be?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wjtstudios View Post
    Congrats! Let the build begin!


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    Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wjtstudios View Post
    Congrats! Let the build begin!


    2015 JKUR AEV JK350
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arrcherr View Post
    So what's your first mod going to be?

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    Tires or possibly a Trek Top NX glide? Color suggestions on the top? Gray, Red Pepper, Black Twill?

    Tires are a definite at some point, obviously lol! In time I would like to do highline fenders (Mopar's, or maybe MCE... I'm open to suggestions) 35's, King O.E. 0 -2" shocks, Warn, bread locks, drive shafts, possibly an Evo leveling front spring. I remember really liking the idea of some of JKS's high end control arms when I had the TJ.

    I like the low and big tire setups. I really think that sort of setup, with money in the right places, can do a ton of trails.

    I'm honestly just enjoying the hell out of this thing! I would be really happy to be able to do some bucket list trails, and just keep using it as a DD. I can take my dogs to the park again and not stress out about at, like I did with my cars. Or even just going down a gravel road. Just simple things like that.

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