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deadspot

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I've been mostly lurking for a while... I've done nothing on the overland front but I find myself more interested in the idea as my interests are more along the lines of seeing places, fly fishing, camping, etc versus any sort of typical off road stuff. Picked up a new to me 2006 Jeep Rubicon Unlimited with low miles and good frame.




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Mitch502

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I've been mostly lurking for a while... I've done nothing on the overland front but I find myself more interested in the idea as my interests are more along the lines of seeing places, fly fishing, camping, etc versus any sort of typical off road stuff. Picked up a new to me 2006 Jeep Rubicon Unlimited with low miles and good frame.




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The perfect Wrangler, IMO...
 

deadspot

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Another awesome LJ! That looks really clean and I like the overall setup. Are those Warn bumpers? Do you have a pic of the back? So far, I've been liking the simplicity of the warn bumpers. Picked up a rusty front and rear (no carrier) bumper off craigslist for $30. I sanded down the front and painted - I think it's usable. The rear was really rusted out, especially where the nuts are welded on. But I think I can cut them out, clean up and use bolts. The only negative is I want a usable receiver for our pop-up camper we have and a) the LJ i have has a trailer hitch on it(I know isn't good for clearance) and the receiver on the warn (as most aren't) isn't rated for towing. Decisions, decisions...

My new (to me) 2006 Jeep "LJ" Rubicon:

I am fortunate to have it.
 

deadspot

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Thanks - I'm excited about it. Crossing my fingers it's operational reliable over time. From all my research, I think it will be. But I'm selling my 2015 and I'm a bit nervous (whether justified or not) about the 2006. I think I just need to give it time. The stupid part is my 2015 has 42K miles and this 2006 has 25K... I laughed when my younger daughter got in the LJ and couldn't find the power window button.... I've never seen such a look of disgust... realizing she had to climb in the back versus how it was with the 4 door also made me chuckle...

The perfect Wrangler, IMO...
 
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