JL Altitude Package???

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Did I miss something or is it just the black interior accents and wheels?
 

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Did I miss something or is it just the black interior accents and wheels?
That package starts as a base Sport model, so everything listed under "Altitude Package" are things a Sport wouldn't normally have.
 

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I keep getting stuck where it says All Season Tires... is there anything important after that? :idea:
 

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I keep getting stuck where it says All Season Tires... is there anything important after that? :idea:
My God, yes! It has sun visors with illuminated vanity mirrors! Of course, that just means if you buy this package, you'll have no choice but to look yourself in the mirror and comes to terms with that.
 

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My God, yes! It has sun visors with illuminated vanity mirrors! Of course, that just means if you buy this package, you'll have no choice but to look yourself in the mirror and comes to terms with that.
Well that is important for sure!

Seriously, I have nothing but respect for all Jeep models. I chose the Rubi cuz I don't really have the time and skills to make it really off-road worthy, and I like the factory warranty. Though in all respects any Wrangler model is more off-road capable that nearly any other vehicle. Well except maybe the MOAB ;)
 

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Well that is important for sure!

Seriously, I have nothing but respect for all Jeep models. I chose the Rubi cuz I don't really have the time and skills to make it really off-road worthy, and I like the factory warranty. Though in all respects any Wrangler model is more off-road capable that nearly any other vehicle. Well except maybe the MOAB ;)
"The Moab" is pretty much everything a Sport/Sahara owner is desperately attempting to mod into for the first few rounds of upgrades... tons of money and hours spent looking for "Rubi Take-offs", looking for paint shops, trips to the dealer parts and service department.. etc..

At least Moabs can jump straight to a locker/regear.

I know the pain because I'm going down that route, will buy a Rubicon next time..
 

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"The Moab" is pretty much everything a Sport/Sahara owner is desperately attempting to mod into for the first few rounds of upgrades... tons of money and hours spent looking for "Rubi Take-offs", looking for paint shops, trips to the dealer parts and service department.. etc..

At least Moabs can jump straight to a locker/regear upgrade.

I know the pain because I'm going down that route, will buy a Rubicon next time..
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Shhhhh... don't tell anyone but I actually do like the Moab... but keep that just between us... :lipssealed:
 

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"The Moab" is pretty much everything a Sport/Sahara owner is desperately attempting to mod into for the first few rounds of upgrades... tons of money and hours spent looking for "Rubi Take-offs", looking for paint shops, trips to the dealer parts and service department.. etc..

I know the pain because I'm going down that route, will buy a Rubicon next time..
I'm getting a Moab, and swapping to Rubi fender flares and K02s. It will be a Moabicon, or essentially a Rubi w/o lockers and disco and with Selec-Trac. No apologies. It's the only way to get a Selec-Trac Rubi stateside (the Euro spec Rubi has Selec-Trac).
 

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Shhhhh... don't tell anyone but I actually do like the Moab... but keep that just between us... :lipssealed:
:giggle: I'm about a few thousand $$ away from a stock Moab and about tens of thousands of $$$ away from a stock Rubicon... the journey ahead will be tough...:whew:
 

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