I got my JL for $12,000 off MSRP, and it’s been saving me money ever since.
King of the Nile
King of the Nile
I actually love my decals, I don’t consider them worthless. I also get compliments on them constantly.We have all bought stuff for our jeep but if you could see in hindsight what was good and what was crap that you bought, what would you have done difference as far as purchasing accessories?
Here is my ongoing worthless shit-list:
2. Cupholder inserts (although I still have them but eh)
Mind sharing what the right sizes are? I bought these two from Amazon but am still in the return window.I purchased 4 different sizes/packs of Grease Fittings, all of which did not fit, only afterwards to call RK up and learn the CORRECT size!!
Is that the same as your boat being powered with the economy 454's?It is not wasted money, it is called an entertainment fee. If you want to waste money buy a boat. I don't even call what I spend on the boat money, we call it boat units, it feels less painful.
Off subject I know but what fenders are those? Did they come with the lights? Did they work with stock inners? Yea, I need to burn some more money......Well, underestimating the Jeeps ability cost a bit over $4k. I originally kept things more conservative, thinking that 2" of lift and 35's would be enough without hindering daily drive ability. Turns out that the 2.0/8-speed combo didn't even notice the change, which planted the seed of regret for not doing what I really wanted. I've gotten a bit of a return on the very lightly used Dynatrac lift and 315 ko2's. Next up is pulling the 8 Synergy control arms to make way for those from Metalcloak. No complaints though, it's part of the learning curve.
Not a dime wasted, now that I'm well into what I originally wanted.