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    Been Around the Block Basscat's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eezybreezy08 View Post
    Besides lift and tires, what else is a good or most important first few mods that needs to be done to a jeep


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    Depending on what tire size you went to I'd say gears first then rocker protection.


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    This is all good stuff. I like to see what people prioritize when it comes to our jeeps


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    Evan a stock height Jeep can wheel with the best of them with the right gear. Recovery gear, fire extinguisher, first aid kit, spill kit, cb etc. Get yourself set for the stuff you should always have for any trail and wheel to find out what you need most for the trails you run more of. Some need skid plates and sliders for the rocks. I wheel more in the sand than anywhere else and bought my on board air compressor before lift and tires even.

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    Mine had the 16" steelies and the car tires, so my 1st was wheels and tires. Those were quickly followed up with 1" coil spacers for the front. Since then I have installed a bumper, winch, headlights, grabar handles, and a recovery bag full of goodies. My list has progressed to more aggressive tires, rear recovery points, fire extinguisher, and a good 1st aid kit.

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    Headlights! You NEED them.


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    I've got over 100,000 miles and I still haven't changed out them stupid head lights ha. And mine are really starting to get foggy now


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