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It is begining to look really sharp!
Thank you. Not sure what do next. Thinking the chrome mirrors caps ?

1600 miles already , love the driving experience compared to my wrangler
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Thank you. Not sure what do next. Thinking the chrome mirrors caps ?

1600 miles already , love the driving experience compared to my wrangler
my wifes GC has them ... they look good. depending on budget I'd look at the polished cross rails for the roof rack and the 4" oval step bars... a lot of utility in those two 'accessories'
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my wifes GC has them ... they look good. depending on budget I'd look at the polished cross rails for the roof rack and the 4" oval step bars... a lot of utility in those two 'accessories'
Sounds like an idea I would like to add a roof mounted bike rack

Can you point me in the direction of the rails ?
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Re: New GC Laredo E Owner

I started with googling but found this which is very informative.
Youtube.com grand Cherokee roof racks

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I like the Aeroblades. They are similar (some say the same) as the MOPAR system. They tend to be cheaper in the after market... mopar wants $577 for them... CARiD sells them for less than $400.
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I started with googling but found this which is very informative.
Youtube.com grand Cherokee roof racks

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I like the Aeroblades. They are similar (some say the same) as the MOPAR system. They tend to be cheaper in the after market... mopar wants $577 for them... CARiD sells them for less than $400.
Thank you. I will check it out!
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Looks great! Where did you get the chrome lower? Would like to add to mine, do you have the part number?
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Re: New GC Laredo E Owner

Im looking to add a hitch too for bikes and maybe trailer in the future. Was it easy to install the hitch?
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Re: New GC Laredo E Owner

Congrats on the new ride, looks great with the 20"s !
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Those overland wheels really set the Laredo off! Mind if I ask where you ordered? Just picked up an E package myself!
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Re: New GC Laredo E Owner

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Looks great! Where did you get the chrome lower? Would like to add to mine, do you have the part number?
I would like to order this part too, anybody know the part #?
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Re: New GC Laredo E Owner

Wheels made a world of difference, looks good

How do you like the mopar mats? I bought the one for the trunk and like how tough it feels and the fact that its almost too grippy. But the front and especially the rear mats dont look like they give nearly enough coverage?
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Wheels made a world of difference, looks good

How do you like the mopar mats? I bought the one for the trunk and like how tough it feels and the fact that its almost too grippy. But the front and especially the rear mats dont look like they give nearly enough coverage?
The Mopar mats for front and rear seats do not give adequate coverage at all. I went with Mopar in the cargo area and Husky liners everywhere else and love them. Never have to worry about them moving at all.
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