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Landrunner Conversions - http://www.landrunner.com & get on a fast connection, because the only info available is in Flash.
"Nice mods, when are you going to use them?" In two weeks I am moving to Nantucket, where I will spend half my waking hours driving around the beaches there to surf fish. So I didn't get it to mud bog or rock crawl per se, but I'll be in some good sand and don't want to get stuck. There are some trails through the conservation areas there for some fun too.
"What kind of lift?" It's a 2 or 2.5" Rancho lift. The Landrunners can come with or without a lift.
"Where did I get it?" There's a dealer in Tifton, GA (far south) that had two. He was getting antsy to move them. In fact, if there's anyone else out there that wants one, I know where you can get a black one at true dealer cost.
For everyone else out there looking to get a new Jeep, I know of two dealers in the country selling two nearly new ones (<100 miles) at below what is normally dealer cost. Shipping would probably be less then $500. If you're interested let me know and I can give you the details.
Dual top rant--I spent the entire day with the salesman (nice but knows less about Jeeps then I do, and I've never had one) trying to get the soft top on and then the hard top back on. I tried to get them to get the manuals out, but I think the testosterone levels were a little higher then normal just standing around this thing. The hard top comes off easy. The soft top went up with some effort...VERY tight fit, but that's probably good. Then we tried to fold the soft top back to where it was and put the hard top back on. No way. You have to disassemble the soft top and remove it in order to use the hard top. Real pain to change tops. So in the future, I'll probably leave the hard top on 6 mos and the soft 6 mos.
Landrunner does have a GREAT safari roof rack that was not at all in the way of either installation. It leans back on shock-like things, like I think the Garvin one does.
Lastly, how do you post pics? I can give you links to ones similar to mine:
http://landrunnersocal.com/default.htm (the old Landrunner site without Flash)
http://www.radiosonline.com/quigley.htm(scroll down until you see a yellow one, picture 33" Mickeys, a hard top, and a little lift and it will be mine)
Only had it for 3 hrs of daylight on the road; it gets some serious looks.
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