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post #1 of 51 Old 07-30-2009, 12:50 AM Thread Starter
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Thumbs up Aftermarket stuff

Thought I would update some of the older posts with links that still work and add a few more.

Buyer beware I have not purchased from any of these and have no connection to any of them.

www.leeparts.com
http://www.leeparts.com/jeep_compass/
MOPAR stuff, body kit, strut brace, OEM wheels and so on.

www.jparts.com
http://jparts.com/index.php?cPath=16...b77e3b530941d5
Has bike carriers, canoe carriers, dog beds, block heaters, air deflectors and more.

www.1stjeepparts.com
https://www.1stjeepparts.com/index.php/cPath/163
More of the same.

www.jeepworld.com
http://www.jeepworld.com/accessories...ss/compass.htm
Still same kind of stuff but compare prices and shipping.

Shorty antennas
http://www.shortyantennas.com/home.html

Custom Grills
http://www.cloud-rider.com/select/index

Cool stuff I have not seen elsewhere. Lift kits, adventure fridges, and more.
http://www.rocky-road.com/patriot.html

Wiper blades
http://www.tricoproducts.com/
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http://www.boschautoparts.com/WiperB...perBlades.aspx

Piaa lights
http://www.piaa.com/

Hella lights
http://www.myhellalights.com/

Steering wheel covers, shift boots, driving gloves.
http://www.wheelskins.com/

Wix filters
http://www.wixfilters.com/

Touch-up Paint
http://www.automotivetouchup.com/

MagnaFlow Performance Exhaust
http://www.magnaflow.com/02product/s...ayproducts.asp

Custom Vinyl Graphics, Lens Tint
http://www.decalfx.com/

Tells you Fuel Economy, Fuel Rate, Battery Voltage, Coolant Temperature, Intake Air Temperature and much more.
http://www.scangauge.com/

Paint protection film
http://members.invisiblepatterns.com...96&model=27725
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http://solutions.3m.com/wps/portal/3..._the/Consumer/
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Great info...........thank's for the research.........

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Anyone here tried the Rocky Road lift kit? Is it really that easy to put on (the site says it can be done in 60 minutes. It took me 2 full weekends to do the 4" lift on my Cherokee...)? Does it have any noticable effect on gas milage or handling?
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More stuff....

Mopar
http://www.justforjeeps.com/jeepcompass.html

Startech U.S. vendor
www.elite1detailing.com

LED lighting
http://www.oznium.com/led-flex-strips

Floor mats, performance, visors,
http://www.streetsideauto.com/shopby...LookupType=YMM

Borla Exhaust
http://www.borla.com/
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I went to justforjeeps.com to get alot of my mopar parts

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Didn't see that one in the list..........check it out.

http://www.autoanything.com/

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hey compasslimited you may want to take a look at this site www.oraclelights.com for LED lighting and HID conversions i'm a dealer
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Anyone here tried the Rocky Road lift kit? Is it really that easy to put on (the site says it can be done in 60 minutes. It took me 2 full weekends to do the 4" lift on my Cherokee...)? Does it have any noticable effect on gas milage or handling?
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I would imagine that handling wouldnt really be effected as it doesnt add any suspension travel, but works more like sticking between your stock suspension and the mounts. As for gas millage, it would effect it (and not in a good way obviously), but not drastically. I would just play with the areodynamics of the car a little.

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I've bought serveral items from autoanything.com and most of the items had free shipping with some discounts too.
The other was jcwhitney.com but with limited items for a compass, but looking don't hirt.
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Keep in mind DMZ that the free shipping applies only in the US.......rarely outside !!!!

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Right.. free shipping in the U.S.
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K&N cold air intake

I have tried the intake but noticed a decrease in acceleration. I took the intake out and installed just a K&N filter much cheaper and found more effective. the noise the intake makes is also annoying after time.
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Welcome to the forum........tell us more about your ride and enjoy!

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I'm ashamed to say it, hate me if you will, I've put it off for more than 2 months now... I have accidentally tarnished the beautiful perfection that is the Jeep compass :P

a few months ago, excuse me as it's hard to admit, I snapped off my spoiler racing the garage door opener.
There! I said it! it's out!
I looked everywhere on my own, searched through 90% of these websites, I can't handle keeping it in any longer!
it's going to be my June "expense" and I would like it to be less than 220 dollars that most of these sights are advertising! if they even have one. It's just a plastic strip that clips on. I'll be checking wreckers next month once I have the money I imagine I will be paying approximately half that dealer price there, but we will see it's still a very new car! I would even take an after market alternative to the factory spoiler if anyone knows where I can get a cheap one? anything is better than having the wires for my third break light wrapped in electrical tape and the rear washer fluid hose dangling in the wind!!!!
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Upgrade to the Rallye spoiler man! you'll never have a better excuse than this ! lol.

The Rallye spoiler might set u back more than 220 I think, but it looks awesome!

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I know there's one in Regina Sask at a SGI. A friend of mine just had his compass written off the other night when someone ran a red light and hit him.

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I'm late to this subject, you may have already fixed your issue. I replaced my spoiler for looks, got it off e-bay cheap, and painted. To my suprise, it drastically reduced buffeting. Even on the windiest days in MI, my Compass feels more in controll, then with the OEM spoiler.
I should also state that I have an OEM spoiler that I don't need. If anyone is interested in it, I would be happy to send it out to you for the pice of shipping. I'm not interested in charging a price for it, as less clutter is priceless.
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I'm late to this subject, you may have already fixed your issue. I replaced my spoiler for looks, got it off e-bay cheap, and painted. To my suprise, it drastically reduced buffeting. Even on the windiest days in MI, my Compass feels more in controll, then with the OEM spoiler.
I should also state that I have an OEM spoiler that I don't need. If anyone is interested in it, I would be happy to send it out to you for the pice of shipping. I'm not interested in charging a price for it, as less clutter is priceless.
So what does this new spoiler of yours look like?

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I think it's the Rallye style. It had a 3rd brake light, but I can't leave anything allone. So I put an LED trailer light, where the old one went in. Looks bigger, and is way brighter.
I had to use the old LED (from OEM spoiler), in the new spoiler.
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Before I went with the trailer light. Just to let you know, in case anyone want's to know what came with aftermarket spoiler. Also used OEM washer nozzle.
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Cool Do you still have OEM Spoiler

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I'm late to this subject, you may have already fixed your issue. I replaced my spoiler for looks, got it off e-bay cheap, and painted. To my suprise, it drastically reduced buffeting. Even on the windiest days in MI, my Compass feels more in controll, then with the OEM spoiler.
I should also state that I have an OEM spoiler that I don't need. If anyone is interested in it, I would be happy to send it out to you for the pice of shipping. I'm not interested in charging a price for it, as less clutter is priceless.
Looking to put my compass spoiler back to stock, I have 2 aftermarket spoilers that I mounted to the OEM piece ( One painted inferno red and one black/ pieces interchange).

I love the look, but car washes with brushes don't. I've found other then hand washing they are the only way to get the job done. I don't see myself hand washing it this winter.

If you still have it, let me know Thanx, Dave

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mo4dave78. I got your message, and will be calling this afternoon. I would hate to go back to the OEM spoiler. The Ralley look is great, and it makes such a differance in handeling.
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mo4dave78. I got your message, and will be calling this afternoon. I would hate to go back to the OEM spoiler. The Ralley look is great, and it makes such a differance in handeling.
Missed ur call, another mgr at work had a family emergency and I am covering all shifts. Usually we have 3 mgrs, but I am it this week. The 3rd was already on vacation. But I'll try to call Friday.

I would love to have the rallye spoiler but its about $370 and I'm not sure how much longer I will be keeping it as I want to get into autocross. I am an SCCA member and have run the compass in rallycross events , but the local solo division will not allow me to compete due to "risk of rollover." I hate to sell my compass but my competitive side is getting the better of me. The aftermarket spoiler on there now doesn't appeal to everyone so I wanted to put it back to stock.

If anyone is interested in an 07 2wd sport with the rallye body kit & only 26k miles, buzz me. No lowballers please.

...fyi "RALLYEcross" in a compass is a blast, not the fastest but I've been up against natl scca champions and it has been the most fun I've ever had in a Jeep period! My wife rode shotgun and I'm surprised she didn't pull the oh sh!t handle off. You should try it. I think everyone should get their Jeep a little dirty now and then.

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Thank you-these are great!
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Just to let anyone interested in the spoiler, it went out today. mo4dave78, I hope it works out for you, and good luck with selling the Compass.
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Can't remember the original thread I got the link to this website from, but thought I'd share it with you all: jeepcarparts1.com OEM stuff for cheap...haven't bought anything yet...but I plan to. happy shopping!!
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Check my lifted compass out anything to ask about compass lift kits etc. ask me! .. iv pretty much been through it all..
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