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#46 of 277 Re: Jeep Wrangler Owners: *Wave* & Meet [tsjay]
Mar 19, 2006 (10:39 am)
Greets. I use to drive by Jeeps and say to my wife, "there goes my Jeep." It didn't matter what it looked like...I just always wanted one. I took my first drivers test in Harlan, Ky in a Wrangler that I had never been in before...thanks to my cousin for that.
I am now an empty nester and decided to purchase my dream vehicle. I couldn't be more pleased. Paid 18,700..how did I do?
Born: Harlan, Ky
Resides:Connecticut for last 40 years.
- 2006 WRANGLER X X Pkg. $20,550.00
- Primary: Midnight Blue Pearl Coat Included
- Interior: Dark Slate Gray Included
- 4.0-Liter Power Tech I-6 Engine Included
- Command-TracŪ Part-Time 4WD System Included
- Dana 35 Rear Axle Included
- 3.07 Axle Ratio Included
- 6-Speed Manual Transmission Included
- Cloth High-Back Bucket Seats Included
- P215/75R15 RBL Wrangler All Terrain Tires Included
- 15" x 7.0" Full-Face Steel Wheels Included
- Black Hard Top $1,160.00
- 4 Speakers Included
- AM/FM Stereo with CD Player and CD Changer Controls Included
- Air Conditioning $895.00
- Front Floor Mats $30.00
- Locking Fuel Filler Cap $15.00
- Smoker's Group $30.00
- Half Metal Doors with Locks Included
- Full Metal Doors
#47 of 277 Re: Meet and Greet [hazie]
Mar 19, 2006 (10:43 am)
Seems like you got the top of the line..depending on the year. Is your an 06? If so, go to Jeep.com and built your version.
#48 of 277 Re: Hello... [bobcat82]
Mar 19, 2006 (10:48 am)
What should I get to replace my mirrors when I take the doors off? I don't want to drill holes or make brackets. One would have thought they would have a place for them knowing folks will remove the doors.
#49 of 277 Re: Hello... [skyking49]
Mar 20, 2006 (1:27 pm)
There are plenty of brackets out there. Try Quadratec.com or 4wd.com. It isn't cheap, but they work well.
"One would have thought they would have a place for them knowing folks will remove the doors."
The idea is they don't want to encourage lawsuits. Remember that somebody will actually take the doors off and drive with no seatbelts. Then, when they fall out, they'll sue Chrysler. The doors are intended to be swapped (full for half, etc.) rather than left off. Personally, I like the top off and doors on on pavement.
#50 of 277 Re: Hello... [drewmeister]
Mar 21, 2006 (12:11 pm)
So I attach the brackets to holes that are already there?
#51 of 277 Re: Hello... [skyking49]
Mar 21, 2006 (12:57 pm)
There is a lot of options out there. I reuse my stock mirrors on a bracket that I bought from Sun Performance products. www.sunperformance.com/
There is a good write up on it here (click).
I kindof redneck it, but I keep my drive side permanently mounted on the bracket. The passenger side mirror is not usable on the bracket when the doors are on, so I leave it mounted on the door. When I am doorless I only have a drive side mirror and review mirror.
I have heard buying some of the other mirrors to drop in the door hinge vibrate a lot.
For more information on other options and modifications you may want to post in the regular Jeep Wrangler forum. click here
Let me know if you have any other questions about the Sun Performance brackets.
#52 of 277 Re: Welcome [erickpl]
Jun 12, 2006 (7:06 pm)
Howdy Paul - Hope you're still reading this thread -- pardon being off-topic but i've been considering moving to Tehachapi and commuting to Edwards. Can we exchange emails on subject?
#53 of 277 Re: Welcome [bob465]
by Stever@Edmunds HOST
Jun 12, 2006 (7:27 pm)
If you edit your Profile and make your email address public, Paul will be able to contact you that way.
#54 of 277 Re: Welcome [bob465]
Jun 13, 2006 (9:23 am)
Not a problem. I'll drop you an email once you make it public. I don't live there anymore, but I did live there for nearly 7 years.
PS: Check your inbox.
#55 of 277 Purchasing a 2007 Wrangler this fall '06
Jul 07, 2006 (10:27 am)
Living in New York City
I've always loved Jeeps but they were not "practical"
for the family back in the day.Son is grown and is on his own.So....I'm hopefully going to purchase the newly redesigned Jeep Wrangler this coming fall.
I've owned a Bronco II when I was in the service in the late 80's.Did a lot off-roading with my fellow soldiers.
I currently own a 1990 Toyota Camry,but last winter the poor thing was having fits in the snow.So,this winter she will be kept in the garage and the Wrangler will take up those duties and whatever else I can think of.