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Cleaned up my wife's liberty

First time I have cleaned the rims (they got put on dirty)


2005 Jeep Liberty KJ Limited 3.7liter 4wd

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Mods are simple:
235/75r15 Wild Country XTX Sports
15x8 American Racing Chrome Bursts
Black Spare holder to hide factory spare
Chrome accent caps on handles
Nighthawk Sport headlights
UHaul Hitch
Factory Running boards




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Looks good!
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Not bad, but it needs some lift.
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try the 2.5" Daystar lift. It worked on my girls liberty, she likes it much better now.
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too much chrome.. makes me want a libby rubicon though.
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maybe remove the step bars, and a leveling kit, then she would look spiffier!
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maybe remove the step bars, and a leveling kit, then she would look spiffier!


unless you want to lift my 3 1/2 year old son up into the jeep everytime, the step bars are staying

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try the 2.5" Daystar lift. It worked on my girls liberty, she likes it much better now.


I'm planning on doing that, or EMU coils


She has 37k and her front struts are shot

So when I have the money to replace them, I plan to do a lift


I don't like how low it sits compared to older models

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Looks good. Sooo whats steph getting you for the sport trac now. lol
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unless you want to lift my 3 1/2 year old son up into the jeep everytime, the step bars are staying





I'm planning on doing that, or EMU coils


She has 37k and her front struts are shot

So when I have the money to replace them, I plan to do a lift


I don't like how low it sits compared to older models

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teach him to jump lmao jk
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