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hey cool thanks, i'll check that out! im on wranglerforum.com....but will jump over and check out the jk forum!
Originally Posted by rapidroy
Yea I joined up with treadlightly.org, and that gave me one percent below invoice on the jeep....also gives all kinds of other perks. Wow you got the old school stuff! yea this new one is just plain unbelievable compared to my TJ....sometimes i forget its a jeep! its so comfortable, great mileage (unheard of in a jeep) and smooth ride! Im looking forward to puttin on a small lift and meatier tires....i'll post pics of my old jeep
Originally Posted by rentalrider
Originally Posted by Dirty Harry
When I used to be on the fire department, my assistant chief had a renegade that he totally restored. like you, he had the fiberglass body and just about every nut and bolt was replaced! man that thing was cool! I think those had the 345 CI v8...somethin funky like that, sure had a distinct sound to it
heres a before and after of my 99 TJ I had....bought it pretty tore up from the dealership I worked for. had some bad rust issues on the driver side (where floor meets tub) but since i worked in the body shop....it only took me a few hours to fix. was a fun build...just buyin stuff as the money was available....same will be for the new one I have. Man I drove the hell outa that thing and it was a tank! only drive line problem i ever had was a front axle u joint that decided to go when i was pulling out bushes lol...easy cheap fix though. So anyhow here it is....hope its still on the road somewhere....also postin a pic of my old cherokee for you cherokee guys. it was an 01 4.0 auto. 3 inch lift with 31 inch tires
I have a 88 xj that I don't drive much but on trails here is a pic before the 33/12.5