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  1. Thread: Pitbull Tire

    by Bumpit
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    60% and they're in the same cost ballpark as...

    60% and they're in the same cost ballpark as other tires.

    I bought a set of 37s because we have some nasty mud at times and I wont own another pair. For what they cost a lot of other tires do it...
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    Warn also sells just a small bull bar and its...

    Warn also sells just a small bull bar and its half the price or less if it's on sale. The jcr and maximus stingers just dont look like the belong on the factory bumper imo.

    Sent from my SM-N960U...
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    I'm considering northstar when it's time for a...

    I'm considering northstar when it's time for a new one here. I know a few folks that have had them and they've been good.

    Sent from my SM-N960U using JL Wrangler Jeep Forum mobile app
  4. Funny how well this compliments the JL, something...

    Funny how well this compliments the JL, something I think the large majority fails to do in what's available at the moment. And while being pretty functional. The JL has great lines and so many...
  5. I usually end up putting in a fumoto valve so I...

    I usually end up putting in a fumoto valve so I dont have to drop the skid plate for a oil change. I keep a piece of tubing handy and attach it to drain out so I dont get oil built up in the skid.
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    Thanks! Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G935A using JL...

    Thanks!

    Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G935A using JL Wrangler Jeep Forum mobile app
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    Question about dynatrac springs

    My jl should be coming in the next month and while I wont lift it for a bit I like to plan it all out while I take it out stock the first few times.

    Did you use spring retainers? Or have any...
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    Im of the mindset buy once and cry once. However...

    Im of the mindset buy once and cry once. However sometimes unless you know exactly how you want it set up its best to start with a basic kit and build up from that as you need to.

    I'll be looking...
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