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Old 08-19-2010
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Almost got rid of the Level II

So, I was over at the dealership and I was looking at a Wrangler Rubicon, and love it. I was going to trade the ranger in and get the Rubicon, but I decided against it last minute.

I love the truck too much.

With that said, I would like to show you guys some pics from trips of the last couple months. I have been more then impressed with with truck, I can go places the my friend lifted Wrangler can go, and I've even had to pull him out a few times.

Anyways, over the next little bit I will be putting up photos and videos of my ranger in action, Its a completely stock 2004 FX4 Level II.
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Glad you didn't sell it, not many level 2's runnin around
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Trade it!!
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yeeh, if had an opertunity i would get a 4door jk in a second. much badassery
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yeeh, if had an opertunity i would get a 4door jk in a second. much badassery
the 3.8 is just not enough motor, even for the 2dr it feels like a sad 4cyl. love the look over the tj, and the 4dr is bad, but not with that v6 under the hood
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Hemi jk anybody?
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My LII's days are numbered. Don't drive it enough, need to sell it.
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Old 08-20-2010
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Ohh the memories.




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Get the jeep! I would take a wrangler over a level II ranger anyday.
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Get the jeep! I would take a SVT Raptor over a level II ranger anyday. jeeps suck.

There you go, fixed.
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Old 08-21-2010
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There you go, fixed.
Lol.
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Get the jeep! I would take a wrangler over a level II ranger anyday.
And Im still going too, Im just saving for a down payment.
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Best of both worlds!lol
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And Im still going too, Im just saving for a down payment.
wranglers are fun...in summer you take the doors and the top off in the sun. in the winter there great in the snow.
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Old 08-24-2010
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I hear ya I bought a mint 94 wrangler 5spd 4.0 with 100K just cause I like that short wheel base and they fit on atv trails. Theres so many parts for them. I may still trade the Ranger in...
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in the winter there great in the snow.
Maybe 'round town. But I wouldn't go near a highway in a Wrangler in the snow. That short wheelbase is just too twitchy and they're constantly ready to swap ends. Even a short vs long wheelbase Ranger is a noticeable difference. My dad's TJ on 32's is downright scary over say 40 MPH without good traction. Fun as **** in the summer though.
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It's hard to beat the aftermarket parts for them
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ive got my ranger, my brother has his jeep and lives 10 min away. im set :P
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