View Poll Results: Would you wheel it?

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  • Yes

    7 58.33%
  • No

    1 8.33%
  • If it's not a JK, I don't care.

    1 8.33%
  • LIKE IT WAS A RENTAL!

    3 25.00%
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  1. #11
    New JK Freak Radioman's Avatar
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    I was wheeling mine the day after I bought it. That's what a Jeep is for in my opinion.
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  2. #12
    MallCrawler
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDirtman View Post
    I would not buy a brand new vehicle and wheel it. After a couple years yes.
    Whatever. You’ve spent at least 4 times what I spent on my 2015 with all my mods. Which by the way I wheeled right after I got it.

  3. #13
    No one special ShutterBug's Avatar
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    Everyone has different opinions on this. Please do not turn my thread into a pissing match.

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  4. #14
    Freak For Life tslewisz's Avatar
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    Dirtman and longlegs are friends so I'm sure it was just good natured ball busting, not pissing.

  5. #15
    MallCrawler
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    Quote Originally Posted by tslewisz View Post
    Dirtman and longlegs are friends so I'm sure it was just good natured ball busting, not pissing.
    Precisely. I think he’s too busy skiing to reply to my comment. He sent a sweet pic of Lake Tahoe today.
    Like I’ve said, a guy could build a badass jeep w the shit he discards.
    Heck. I think I’m gonna buy a diesel and swap my stuff to it. I’ll prolly still have less money in it.

  6. #16
    Freak For Life
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    I would. . .just like I do my new Recon JK. I hope the steel to aluminum joints in doors, etc. hold up, and the "high strength" aka thinner frame parts are as good as the JK stuff that has been reliable over the last 10 years.

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