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Anyone else like me has cancelled their planned upgrades, in light of the new upcoming content battle by Jeep vs Ford?
I had planned new rims, tires, bumpers, rock rails, roof rack. Now I am waiting a year or more to see what the future brings for MY21-22.
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Not me. I only upgraded tires and that’s it. I had decided not to mod my JL too much to avoid issues with the dealer while it’s under warranty.

I admit it’s fun to enjoy a stock Jeep!

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Anyone else like me has cancelled their planned upgrades, in light of the new upcoming content battle by Jeep vs Ford?
I had planned new rims, tires, bumpers, rock rails, roof rack. Now I am waiting a year or more to see what the future brings for MY21-22.
Nah. Not a Ford guy.
 

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Just to be clear, I am not interested in the Bronco, but the change in lineup as Jeep’s response. If suddenly I can get factory rims, 35”, fox shocks and a V8 for 10k more, that’s my budget right there, but with more content.

I want to benefit financially from Ford’s war with Jeep.
 

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Just to be clear, I am not interested in the Bronco, but the change in lineup as Jeep’s response. If suddenly I can get factory rims, 35”, fox shocks and a V8 for 10k more, that’s my budget right there, but with more content.

I want to benefit financially from Ford’s war with Jeep.
My guess, and it's nothing but a guess... is that FCA will take a wait and see approach while they wait for preliminary Bronco sales numbers. Then they might make changes if needed...
 

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Just to be clear, I am not interested in the Bronco, but the change in lineup as Jeep’s response. If suddenly I can get factory rims, 35”, fox shocks and a V8 for 10k more, that’s my budget right there, but with more content.

I want to benefit financially from Ford’s war with Jeep.
I will admit, I am a bit excited to see a V8, but at this point, I don't think I will ever get rid of mine to start over or play the exchange of parts game. I hope a CA legal kit will come out of this some how... or wait for somebody to wrap one up and I can get it for a donor take the power train out of it for a legal conversion. At the end of day, it's all about how much they plan to sell them for.
 

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Not me, I am building my jeep and have zero interest in stopping now. Oh, zero interest in the new Bronco although I kinda like the styling.
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