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Old 03-28-2011, 10:22 AM   #29
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I think you made a good choice. Another suggestion if you don't mind. Check out the Tow Defender from Roadmaster. I've had one for the past 4 years. It does a great job of protecting the front of the Toad. And takes all of about 45 seconds to hook up. You don't want any chips on the front of that new Overland!!!!!
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I think you made a good choice. Another suggestion if you don't mind. Check out the Tow Defender from Roadmaster. I've had one for the past 4 years. It does a great job of protecting the front of the Toad. And takes all of about 45 seconds to hook up. You don't want any chips on the front of that new Overland!!!!!
DW has me on $$ lockdown!!! She says I am out of control! (roped me in)

This Jeep is oppulant to be conservative. Chrysler knocked this one out of the park with Daimler suspension.
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Ah! You noticed too!!! Makes me wonder why I had 17 Subarus. Oh, well, life is better now! Just keep in mind, no paint chips allowed
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