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Old 08-05-2009, 03:47 PM
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Re: A trip through time.....

I looked them up on line and not only are they super expensive but it says that they should not be used for more then light snow travel.
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Re: A trip through time.....

Suppose it all depends on how bad your Winters are...

About 1 > 2" of the stuff and everything comes to a stand still here LOL! I wouldn't say the Wrangler F1s are great in the snow/slush, but that's all part of the fun IMO...
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Old 08-05-2009, 03:58 PM
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Re: A trip through time.....

We get 1 to 2' before life comes to a stand still, id say we have winters that usually reach the 120"+ snow totals before spring.

I was hoping they would be good in snow but guess not. Oh well. i am going to stick with what i choose originally.
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Re: A trip through time.....

My dad got them on his car, so I can report back in Spring - but that's obviously a little late.

I'd say you'd be better going for something more suited to snow/ice though since you get (a lot) more than us!
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Re: A trip through time.....

new radio I see, did you have to do much to get it to wrok properly???
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Re: A trip through time.....

The radio unit was kinda plug 'n' play.
I had to remove the instrument cluster to mount the GPS antenna and install a different CD-Changer cable.

Its the RB-3, basically the Euro version of the RB-4.
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Re: A trip through time.....

it looks really nice.

I was thinking about doing this to mine, but when I saw the price tag in the mopar or jeeps unlimited (idk which one) I quickly stoped thinking about it. (the price was toping 2G! )
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Re: A trip through time.....

Thanks Dylan!

It does sound better than the old one and I like how displays a 'Jeep' logo when it turns on!

I wouldn't mind upgrading the speakers one day though and will probably get an aftermarket unit for optimum iPod compatibility to save messing around with CDs. That's a bit further down the list though....
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Re: A trip through time.....

Look's great marty!

I ran a set of General grabber UHP's on my old durango for a season, I loved them!

And I even got caught out in the snow with them, I was shocked how well they did compared to proxy S/T's!
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Re: A trip through time.....

Thanks Joel!

Good to hear they were better than Proxys - I had Proxy Rs on my last car and weren't bad at all in snow.

Think I'm gonna get the wheels painted to use all year round - plus people keep asking me what kinda drugs I sell with the chrome wheels!
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