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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 12-11-2016, 02:34 PM Thread Starter
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Another one bites the dust

Well, the Cherokee is no longer in the family. Bought a '16 2 door JK Sahara yesterday and take possession monday/tues. Already have lots of plans but the old lady is making me keep it stock (mostly) for at least 6 months.

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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 12-12-2016, 09:57 AM
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Well, the Cherokee is no longer in the family. Bought a '16 2 door JK Sahara yesterday and take possession monday/tues. Already have lots of plans but the old lady is making me keep it stock (mostly) for at least 6 months.
Nice fun vehicle, but I do not think I could tolerate the ride on a daily basis.
But have fun with it as it is a rugged fun vehicle.

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Nice fun vehicle, but I do not think I could tolerate the ride on a daily basis.
But have fun with it as it is a rugged fun vehicle.
Im not too worried about it. I dont mind not have a luxurious vehicle

----- Silver 2015 Cherokee North 2.4L i4 4x4 AD1 -----
-80,000 KM (50,000 Miles)
-0W-20 Quakerstate Full Syth + K&N Filter
-1 1/8" Suspension Lift
-245/70R17 GENERAL GRABBER AT2 Tires
-Resonator Delete + Thrush Glasspack Muffler + 3.5" Chrome Tip
-Custom Roof rails and Rack w/ Tire mount & Fairing
-4x 6" PILOT Halogen Lights
-2x 4" Light Bars
-2x 10,000LB custom Tow Hooks
-Black Plasti-Dip'd Badges and Window trim
-1500W K40 4' CB antenna + Uniden Pro505
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post #4 of 6 (permalink) Old 12-13-2016, 10:24 AM
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When I was building my TH on the Jeep Site, I initially priced out a 2 door Wrangler. To get it the way I wanted, I was close to 50K! Yikes! But because I wanted Mango Tango, my hands were tied and I ended up paying a couple hundred less for my TH!

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Enjoy the ride. Don't miss the KL too much....!

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2-door vehicles that are built for a little off-roading fun are a little indulgence of mine. I started off with a Jimny a number of years ago and slowly progressed from there. They're not enough for a daily ride like @Jeepster says, but they do give you a pretty good time when you have time to run them on the weekends!
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