Found this old thread while doing a search and had to laugh at my own responses at the time. I should add that my response to Beo's comments occured 9/24/04. #1. I now have Hanna Sliders and a Kaymar rear bumper with tire carrier. #2. Installed Slee's skid plate this past weekend. #3. Still very, very doubtful. #4. Doubtful - really like the Bridgestone Revo's. #5. Miller's Jeep trail added some lovely pinstripes! Damn - this is addicting and FUN! Good folks I've met have added most to the experience so far tho!!! Quote: Originally Posted by Beowulf Brent, You've got the bug. Next up: 1. Slee armour (Sliders, rear tyre carrier, front bumper) 2. Skid plates 3. Winch 4. Some real tyres that sing and have knobbies 5. Some mud and scratches instead of those tiny golf bag scuff marks. -B- LOL! Yea - boards like this can be habit forming (I'm a lifer now) and expensive. 1. Wish I had the disposable $$. All get's spent on #5 part 2 (the golf habit). 2. Probably not. 3. Nice bling but would be all weight and show for me. 4. Naw - need the road manners. 5. Minor ones from ski trips and scouts. I'll stick with the stuff compared to some of you guys (hint - guys that put wives underwater, hehehe). 6. You forget the snorkel bling bling. hehehe If I weren't in and out of the rear hatch so often I'd at least consider a rear tire carrier on the OEM bumper. I think I've seen someone post a setup like this so I may do a little searching. With a medium OME spring setup, I don't think I would want the Slee armour, as nice as it is. Maybe the sliders. Only because the running boards are getting beat up after 10 years of use. Doc - not 'legal' to tint those front windows in Kalifornia. Law enforcement no likey. I'll just stay with OEM. I to love white trucks.