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    Posted: 05 November 2008 at 7:09pm
your post was the closest when i decided to quote somebody, and im lazy so here we are.
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Originally posted by stick_boy_2002 stick_boy_2002 wrote:

Originally posted by usafpilot07 usafpilot07 wrote:


Originally posted by Gator Taco Gator Taco wrote:

What kind of lift is it? Spacer?And you don't see many lifted Liberty's because the majority of people who buy one don't off road them at all. The only people I ever see driving Liberty's are teenage girls and Grandmas.
So... What color is yours?


its a 3" suspension lift. i am definatly breaking the standerd demographic for the liberty, and i do take it off road more than the average liberty owner. as for tires, i was going to get the tires and rims about a month after i put the lift on, but found out i was getting my hours cut at work.


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Originally posted by Hysteria Hysteria wrote:

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Ok, I'm hur. What where you expecting exactly?

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/me waits for dyeplaya

Also, I had much different expectations coming into this thread.
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Originally posted by usafpilot07 usafpilot07 wrote:


Originally posted by Gator Taco Gator Taco wrote:

What kind of lift is it? Spacer?And you don't see many lifted Liberty's because the majority of people who buy one don't off road them at all. The only people I ever see driving Liberty's are teenage girls and Grandmas.
So... What color is yours?


its a 3" suspension lift. i am definatly breaking the standerd demographic for the liberty, and i do take it off road more than the average liberty owner. as for tires, i was going to get the tires and rims about a month after i put the lift on, but found out i was getting my hours cut at work.
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Originally posted by Gator Taco Gator Taco wrote:

What kind of lift is it? Spacer?

And you don't see many lifted Liberty's because the majority of people who buy one don't off road them at all. The only people I ever see driving Liberty's are teenage girls and Grandmas.


So... What color is yours?
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Originally posted by Shub Shub wrote:

Originally posted by Glassjaw Glassjaw wrote:

This thread reminded me, I went down to the Phillie's
Parade yesterday (GO PHILS) and saw a Crown Vic with
like 30" rims, if not larger. Was ridiculous.


Did you form a drunken mob to flp the Crown Vic?
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Originally posted by Glassjaw Glassjaw wrote:

This thread reminded me, I went down to the Phillie's
Parade yesterday (GO PHILS) and saw a Crown Vic with
like 30" rims, if not larger. Was ridiculous.


Did you form a drunken mob to flp the Crown Vic?
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This thread reminded me, I went down to the Phillie's
Parade yesterday (GO PHILS) and saw a Crown Vic with
like 30" rims, if not larger. Was ridiculous.
The desire for polyester is just to powerful.
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What kind of lift is it? Spacer?

And you don't see many lifted Liberty's because the majority of people who buy one don't off road them at all. The only people I ever see driving Liberty's are teenage girls and Grandmas.
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Originally posted by Zata Zata wrote:

Agreed, I once had to help my friend get her Liberty unstuck out of the snow.† I don't know what her deal was, I got in and punched it.† By the way, are those always in 4x4 or do you have to engage it?† Maybe that was what her problem was.


yup, been there, except it was a civic, not a liberty...

i get a call from a freind saying her car was in a "ditch"

so i figured i'd grab a couple people i was hanging out with and we'd push her out.

only problem, this thing was like the grand canyon of all ditches....

still got it out by simple traction understanding - spinning tires = no traction.
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Originally posted by tallen702 tallen702 wrote:

Originally posted by .636 .636 wrote:

Because its a liberty. They are not  meant for off road use. They are more of the honda CRV or toyota RAV of the american SUV'sSure it has 4wd, but its main use is for women who want extra traction in the snow.


Andy, your statement has one fatal flaw.... Women don't know what this "traction" you speak of is. Why else would every girlfriend I've ever had (including my fiancee) drive around on tires so bald you could see the steel belts poking through?


Oh, my woman knows what traction is. I gave her a few little courses on it, in sand, mud, snow, rain and dry pavement. All of which lead to me being yelled at for doing something unsafe Did the same thing when I could not explain torque and HP in a form she could understand. Got into our 3/4 ton chev 8.1L and gave her a demonstration... That too lead to me being yelled at... pfft women

Tallen, just get smarter girlfriends Or teach them. Either or



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As far as the lift goes, it doesn't look much different, but it needs some nice tires with some grit to them.

As far as Liberties and off roading goes:  For the most part I would agree.  Although we did go on a Jeep Jamboree once, and there was 1 Liberty out of like 100 Jeeps.  It did really well.  It had aftermarket tires and a skid plate, possibly a lift.  It didn't hold the group back like everyone expected at all.

As far as girls and traction sort of things go.  Agreed, I once had to help my friend get her Liberty unstuck out of the snow.  I don't know what her deal was, I got in and punched it.  By the way, are those always in 4x4 or do you have to engage it?  Maybe that was what her problem was.
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Originally posted by adrenalinejunky adrenalinejunky wrote:

Originally posted by DaveEllis DaveEllis wrote:

Because they wonder if the chick driving it can step up that high.


my sentiments exactly.
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The renegade is cool. Although all new Jeeps(minus the 2 door wrangler...barely) are womenly.

I hate people who drive off road and/or utility vehicles when they dont need one.

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Because it's a liberty.
It just looks funny...and it really doesn't serve any purpose.
Do you take it off-roading?  Maybe if it were a Liberty Renegade it'd
be plausible.  Just not as it is...
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Is there a real reason to do it other than wasting money? A 3' lift would be better. 
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It is odd because you can buy a Jeep with that clearance without wasting your time
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And no tread is obviously better...there is more tire making contact with the snow-covered roads. Everybody knows that!
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now thats good logic if i've ever seen it.
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