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Re: Morning Coffee
« Reply #3468 on: August 13, 2018, 06:29:34 PM »
We love ours.
Fantastic write up. The needle has moved slightly closer to a JLR now.

Super nice Will!    Great features and awesome to see Amber rockin it.

Chris, I'm still in sticker shock phase. $41k base isnb't too bad but I want all the luxury lol [readme]

Iím about to save you 3,400 bucks:
Donít get the:
1.) Steel Bumpers (front one is nice and well designed. The recessed winch mount is cool. But the rear bumper is not very impressive. Save the $1300 and put it towards a nice pair of front/rear after market bumpers.
2.) body-colored fenders: $400 - youíre gonna scratch em. Gross.
3.) Body-colored hard top. If you just go black, you get a thousand bucks back.
4.) Optional Wheels: If youíre not going to keep Ďem, why upgrade? you can sell the stock Rubi wheels and tires for $1200 to $1500 to sport/Sahara owners that are looking for them and they also fit JKs. You can then put that towards beadlocks and 40s.
5.) did i see the premium soft top on there? Iím kicking myself for not getting a softop. I let my salesman talk me into LEDs and steel bumpers and talk me out of the dual top group. I regret that. The new soft top is sweet. No zippers and the safari feature on the rear is just cool lookiní.

No way I'm wheeling a new JL Rubi!   lmao

you don't even wheel your jk rubi.

Does anybody really wheel there JK?
Classic lj guy comment


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I heard the answer was no in Colorado?
I heard there is more than one LJ in the world.

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Re: Morning Coffee
« Reply #3469 on: August 13, 2018, 06:31:31 PM »
We love ours.
Fantastic write up. The needle has moved slightly closer to a JLR now.

Super nice Will!    Great features and awesome to see Amber rockin it.

Chris, I'm still in sticker shock phase. $41k base isnb't too bad but I want all the luxury lol [readme]

Iím about to save you 3,400 bucks:
Donít get the:
1.) Steel Bumpers (front one is nice and well designed. The recessed winch mount is cool. But the rear bumper is not very impressive. Save the $1300 and put it towards a nice pair of front/rear after market bumpers.
2.) body-colored fenders: $400 - youíre gonna scratch em. Gross.
3.) Body-colored hard top. If you just go black, you get a thousand bucks back.
4.) Optional Wheels: If youíre not going to keep Ďem, why upgrade? you can sell the stock Rubi wheels and tires for $1200 to $1500 to sport/Sahara owners that are looking for them and they also fit JKs. You can then put that towards beadlocks and 40s.
5.) did i see the premium soft top on there? Iím kicking myself for not getting a softop. I let my salesman talk me into LEDs and steel bumpers and talk me out of the dual top group. I regret that. The new soft top is sweet. No zippers and the safari feature on the rear is just cool lookiní.

No way I'm wheeling a new JL Rubi!   lmao

you don't even wheel your jk rubi.

Does anybody really wheel there JK?
Classic lj guy comment


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I heard the answer was no in Colorado?
I heard there is more than one LJ in the world.

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Iíve heard that also. One thing I know for certain is lj guys are kings of wheeling


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Re: Morning Coffee
« Reply #3470 on: August 13, 2018, 07:03:44 PM »
We love ours.
Fantastic write up. The needle has moved slightly closer to a JLR now.

Super nice Will!    Great features and awesome to see Amber rockin it.

Chris, I'm still in sticker shock phase. $41k base isnb't too bad but I want all the luxury lol [readme]

Iím about to save you 3,400 bucks:
Donít get the:
1.) Steel Bumpers (front one is nice and well designed. The recessed winch mount is cool. But the rear bumper is not very impressive. Save the $1300 and put it towards a nice pair of front/rear after market bumpers.
2.) body-colored fenders: $400 - youíre gonna scratch em. Gross.
3.) Body-colored hard top. If you just go black, you get a thousand bucks back.
4.) Optional Wheels: If youíre not going to keep Ďem, why upgrade? you can sell the stock Rubi wheels and tires for $1200 to $1500 to sport/Sahara owners that are looking for them and they also fit JKs. You can then put that towards beadlocks and 40s.
5.) did i see the premium soft top on there? Iím kicking myself for not getting a softop. I let my salesman talk me into LEDs and steel bumpers and talk me out of the dual top group. I regret that. The new soft top is sweet. No zippers and the safari feature on the rear is just cool lookiní.

No way I'm wheeling a new JL Rubi!   lmao

you don't even wheel your jk rubi.

Doug's influence.

It's been a disappointing wheeling year, but on the bright side, I have broken anything LOL


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Re: Morning Coffee
« Reply #3471 on: August 13, 2018, 07:28:52 PM »
We love ours.
Fantastic write up. The needle has moved slightly closer to a JLR now.

Super nice Will!    Great features and awesome to see Amber rockin it.

Chris, I'm still in sticker shock phase. $41k base isnb't too bad but I want all the luxury lol [readme]

Iím about to save you 3,400 bucks:
Donít get the:
1.) Steel Bumpers (front one is nice and well designed. The recessed winch mount is cool. But the rear bumper is not very impressive. Save the $1300 and put it towards a nice pair of front/rear after market bumpers.
2.) body-colored fenders: $400 - youíre gonna scratch em. Gross.
3.) Body-colored hard top. If you just go black, you get a thousand bucks back.
4.) Optional Wheels: If youíre not going to keep Ďem, why upgrade? you can sell the stock Rubi wheels and tires for $1200 to $1500 to sport/Sahara owners that are looking for them and they also fit JKs. You can then put that towards beadlocks and 40s.
5.) did i see the premium soft top on there? Iím kicking myself for not getting a softop. I let my salesman talk me into LEDs and steel bumpers and talk me out of the dual top group. I regret that. The new soft top is sweet. No zippers and the safari feature on the rear is just cool lookiní.

No way I'm wheeling a new JL Rubi!   lmao

you don't even wheel your jk rubi.

Meh

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Re: Morning Coffee
« Reply #3472 on: August 13, 2018, 09:07:44 PM »
We love ours.
Fantastic write up. The needle has moved slightly closer to a JLR now.

Super nice Will!    Great features and awesome to see Amber rockin it.

Chris, I'm still in sticker shock phase. $41k base isnb't too bad but I want all the luxury lol [readme]

Iím about to save you 3,400 bucks:
Donít get the:
1.) Steel Bumpers (front one is nice and well designed. The recessed winch mount is cool. But the rear bumper is not very impressive. Save the $1300 and put it towards a nice pair of front/rear after market bumpers.
2.) body-colored fenders: $400 - youíre gonna scratch em. Gross.
3.) Body-colored hard top. If you just go black, you get a thousand bucks back.
4.) Optional Wheels: If youíre not going to keep Ďem, why upgrade? you can sell the stock Rubi wheels and tires for $1200 to $1500 to sport/Sahara owners that are looking for them and they also fit JKs. You can then put that towards beadlocks and 40s.
5.) did i see the premium soft top on there? Iím kicking myself for not getting a softop. I let my salesman talk me into LEDs and steel bumpers and talk me out of the dual top group. I regret that. The new soft top is sweet. No zippers and the safari feature on the rear is just cool lookiní.

No way I'm wheeling a new JL Rubi!   lmao

you don't even wheel your jk rubi.

Meh




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Re: Morning Coffee
« Reply #3473 on: August 13, 2018, 09:31:35 PM »
We love ours.
Fantastic write up. The needle has moved slightly closer to a JLR now.

Super nice Will!    Great features and awesome to see Amber rockin it.

Chris, I'm still in sticker shock phase. $41k base isnb't too bad but I want all the luxury lol [readme]

Iím about to save you 3,400 bucks:
Donít get the:
1.) Steel Bumpers (front one is nice and well designed. The recessed winch mount is cool. But the rear bumper is not very impressive. Save the $1300 and put it towards a nice pair of front/rear after market bumpers.
2.) body-colored fenders: $400 - youíre gonna scratch em. Gross.
3.) Body-colored hard top. If you just go black, you get a thousand bucks back.
4.) Optional Wheels: If youíre not going to keep Ďem, why upgrade? you can sell the stock Rubi wheels and tires for $1200 to $1500 to sport/Sahara owners that are looking for them and they also fit JKs. You can then put that towards beadlocks and 40s.
5.) did i see the premium soft top on there? Iím kicking myself for not getting a softop. I let my salesman talk me into LEDs and steel bumpers and talk me out of the dual top group. I regret that. The new soft top is sweet. No zippers and the safari feature on the rear is just cool lookiní.

No way I'm wheeling a new JL Rubi!   lmao

you don't even wheel your jk rubi.

Meh




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Bait and switch?  Who did it?

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Re: Morning Coffee
« Reply #3476 on: August 13, 2018, 10:50:29 PM »

Iíve heard that also. One thing I know for certain is lj guys are kings of wheeling


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Re: Morning Coffee
« Reply #3477 on: August 14, 2018, 12:03:06 AM »
Yeah I'm a bad seller that doesn't take back as is used auto parts sold at the core part return refund price after 5 months regardless of description, photos, etc.
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Re: Morning Coffee
« Reply #3478 on: August 14, 2018, 03:01:18 PM »
Yeah I'm a bad seller that doesn't take back as is used auto parts sold at the core part return refund price after 5 months regardless of description, photos, etc.

Wait, so was it a hydro tapped box or not?
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