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Thread: Thoughts on trading in Jeep with no front swaybar

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    Quote Originally Posted by cozdude View Post
    I can personally tell you that a sales guy will not even know it is missing. You should see the shit our used car manager brings down to us AFTER he buys it from the customer and then he get furious about what he needs to spend to get it thru inspection. Drives me nuts every time cause itís somehow the techs fault he has to spend $xxxx amount to get it right
    It is your fault because of you hadn't found fit they wouldn't have to pay to fix it...haha.

    I'm usually a pretty ethical guy but when it comes to the car industry that goes out the window. Fight fire with fire. The best story comes from when we bought our durango. I was talking about Brutes JK6. I return later and the same salesman starts telling me my story I told him. Called him on it immediately and he didn't know what to do...haha. I always try to know more about the vehicle than the salesman too. That way they figure out really quick they can't BS you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    Agreed. I bet 90% of the salesman wouldn't even know it was missing. They'll buy it and the PDI tech will catch it when they go to re-sale it.
    Yup, itís illegal to drive in Ohio without one. I donít know a cop that knows what it is. Salesman donít even know what the disco is for on a rubicon

    I never had one on my TJ.


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    Thanks for the input everyone. They took it and not sure they looked at anything. Thankfully the Jeep was basically salt colored by the time I drove 4 hours to get there so they couldnít see any imperfections


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    Quote Originally Posted by Saharaunlmtd View Post
    Thanks for the input everyone. They took it and not sure they looked at anything. Thankfully the Jeep was basically salt colored by the time I drove 4 hours to get there so they couldnít see any imperfections


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    Well??? What did you get??


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
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    Lol, touchť.

    Letís just say Iím over compensating for my previous lack of wheelbase.

    It was dark by the time I got a pic last night at some random turnpike service station. Iíll try to get something posted up today for a new build thread.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Saharaunlmtd View Post
    Lol, touchť.

    Letís just say Iím over compensating for my previous lack of wheelbase.

    It was dark by the time I got a pic last night at some random turnpike service station. Iíll try to get something posted up today for a new build thread.


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    Oh this one? IMG_5310.jpg


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    Quote Originally Posted by JKbrick View Post
    Oh this one? IMG_5310.jpg


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    Howíd you get that pic from my phone...


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    I'm excited for you dude! Can I ask if its turn signals live on the grille, or on the fender flares...?
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