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Looking at getting a FJ

Discussion in 'FJ Cruisers' started by Stuie, Jan 16, 2012.

  1. Jan 16, 2012 at 9:02 PM
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    Stuie

    Stuie [OP] Well-Known Member

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    At this time I have a dodge cummins 4x4 . I had a Tacoma trd before this and want anther one but after reading up it seems like the FJ is the way to go . The dodge bets a little better mpg but I don't need a diesel . Witch FJ would be a good model to get I would like get one with some mods . Any help would be great
    Thanks
     
  2. Jan 17, 2012 at 7:10 AM
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    Gabex35

    Gabex35 Shinty Killer

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    2014 4 Runner Trail Premium
    King OEM Performance Series with compression adjusters, Custom rear coils drom CSS, 22% Tint, Method Race NV's 17x8.5, 285/70-17 MTR's, AllPro welded Sliders, Cobra CB, Gobi stealth roof rack, Rigid 40" e series & duallys out back
  3. Jan 19, 2012 at 8:53 PM
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    KILRB

    KILRB Active Member

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    Derek
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    Warn Wench, Front & Rear bumpers, OME, Man-A-Fre skids, ARB front lockers, CB, wheels & tires, On board Air, All-Pro sliders & Entire Electrical up-grade, Baja Ladder, KC lights front LED rear ect...
    I have a 2008 FJ nicely modified! I would say if you are panning on doing some small mods then get a Trail edition! If you plan on doing alot of mods, than go with a base model! Don't let the dealer change your mind!! Hope that helps! If you get a chance check out my photos on this forum. I also have some nice mods for sale on this & on the North West FJ Cruiser Club forum!! :D

    Good luck,
    Derek
     
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