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    Recommendations for add on parts

    Hi I’m getting into trailing and I currently only have Mickey Thompson 35’s and a rubicon 2 inch lift. Any recommendation on what I should on next?


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    um welcome and you should probably add a bit more about your set up and what you planned to do before anyone can give you real answers.

    but, easily the first thing you should do is put a turbo on it.

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    A few ideas for you, without knowing too much about what you already have.

    Recovery Gear (tow strap & d rings)
    Evo Rock sliders
    Evo C gussets
    Evo Oil Pan Skid
    Warn Winch
    Rugged Radio or CB
    ARB air compressor



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