Estimated $ spent on aftermarket mods to their JT

Estimated $ spent on aftermarket mods to their JT


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RangerG

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It all adds up fast. My Truck: 2020 Rubicon
These are estimates:
35”Tires and Rims: $1800
Suspension: icon stage 8 with bump stops: $8600 installed with warranty
Mopar front bumper with winch: $1500
Baja design off road lights: $1600
Complete skid plates underneath installed: $2000
Other stuff: $2000





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BAT

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HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

I don't want to put down numbers cause it keeps growing and makes me smile and cry same time. I just dropped another $1700 on Winch, Bumper and New Headlights and fog lights. Haven't even gotten to the sound system yet which will likely set me back $$2000 but will have to do some more saving for that portion.
 

RNJ65

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After owning 2 Mustangs and a Firebird I don't know what in the hell possessed me to think I was going to keep this Gladiator stock. The thing hasn't even been built yet and I've 2k worth of mods either in my garage or on their way. Between this and Amazon I'm putting some UPS guy's kid through medical school!
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Exactly.
I see the FedEx guy and UPS guy bring me parts and they always put a smile on my face. I think I might be done for this year.
In a couple of years, I will put some 35's on here and some Rhino rims

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aldo98229

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Let’s see:
  • Mopar LED headlamps, installed, with the halos activated $1,200
  • LED DRLs, used $250
  • Tazer Mini $330
  • Mopar headliner $400
  • Mopar steel bumper $900
  • Katzkin leather seats, installed $1,700
  • Quadratec Stealth 10 winch $600
  • Mopar winch plate $350
  • Mopar front skid plate $135
  • Mopar lift, installed $2,000
  • Yeti adjustable track bar $700
  • Tailgate reinforcement, Mopar knockoff $110
  • Smittybilt spare tire relocation adapter $78
  • Quadratec CJ Retro alloy wheels $800
  • Quadratec door sill guards $50
  • 35x12.2 General Grabber ATX tires $1,500
Over $10,000...! Geez, I really didn’t need to know that... :CWL:
 
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samd1351

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Welp, I haven't ordered mine yet, but I'm going to easily be the 5-10k range. The wife is going to shit a brick. It's bad enough with the Mustang I started having parts sent to my office instead of the house.

Problem is there's a Chux Truxs up the street and I pass a 4 Wheel Parts on the way track with the Mustang. Which actually might work in my favor. The big stuff won't fit in the stang but the little stuff will.

I'm taking a job with a 35% pay raise, but damn, is it gonna be enough?!💰:CWL:
 

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