Kvarliek's 2006 Jeep Wrangler "65th Anniversary Edition"

WillM

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Apr 6, 2017
52
Tucker, GA, United States
I love my 65th as well. The first mod I did, after taking care of maintenance issues like replacing the radio, subwoofer, and the rear oil seal, was to put LED lights on her along with LED bulbs in the driving lights. Makes a huge difference! I also added a steel cargo storage compartment and drawer under the driver's seat for lockable storage. Since it's a daily driver and I live in the city, it's a must for anti-theft protection since I have a soft top.
 
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Kvarilek

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Aug 1, 2018
111
Harrisburg, SD
I love my 65th as well. The first mod I did, after taking care of maintenance issues like replacing the radio, subwoofer, and the rear oil seal, was to put LED lights on her along with LED bulbs in the driving lights. Makes a huge difference! I also added a steel cargo storage compartment and drawer under the driver's seat for lockable storage. Since it's a daily driver and I live in the city, it's a must for anti-theft protection since I have a soft top.
I need to add a secure storage of some kind also. I plan on driving mine for work with the top off during the summer and I'll have my laptop with me. I was thinking about trying to build something over the winter but haven't made any plans yet. I needs to happen though!
 

Sam Solo

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Sep 5, 2018
101
St. Louis
Nice looking jeep, love the wheels. A PO put in a Bestop Instatrunck my '06 and it is working out great. As long as you lock the tailgate, anything back there is secure.
 

WillM

Member
Apr 6, 2017
52
Tucker, GA, United States
I need to add a secure storage of some kind also. I plan on driving mine for work with the top off during the summer and I'll have my laptop with me. I was thinking about trying to build something over the winter but haven't made any plans yet. I needs to happen though!
https://www.tuffyproducts.com/p-491-tuffy-1997-2006-tj-wrangler-security-tailgate-enclosure.aspx

This is what I used if you haven't come up with a solution yet. Solid and works great. Turns the tail gate area behind the rear seat into a trunk.
 
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