what ever you do...dont mud it... my cousin had one, went mudding and blew out the tranny...needless to say it voided the warranty. oh ya and
wranglers are prone to flipping. But, if your not too worried about the warrantee, theres a WHOLE LOT of aftermarket stuff you can do to em
P.S. Rubicon is unneccessary as rubicon package only means its built to handle the rubicon trail( somewhere in cali I believe) so if you dont plan on
" Roughin' It".... maybe just a regular wrangler
I wouldent own a 2007 or newer Wrangler but i use my jeeps for actually driving off road. the new Wrangler is pointed towards familys with 4x4 tacked
on as an option. jeep did away with the good old inline 6 engines known for torque and longevity It was replacd with a mini van engine...
Im sure someone with a JK will bash me for my feeling on the new jeeps but thats just how i feel about them... It all depends what you want to do with
the jeep it might make a good grocery getter family waggon like the old XJ Cherokees but its not a jeep.
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