|August 16th, 2010, 07:38 AM||#1|
Join Date: 04-25-08
Location: Plymouth, MI
Mentioned: 3 Post(s)
1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee V8 (Lift, t-case swap, 31's etc.)**SOLD**
1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 4x4
-5.2l V8 Engine - Very healthy, tons of power, always has good oil pressure.
-NP242 Transfer Case swap (All V8 grand cherokees came with a full time AWD Transfer case, this has been swapped so it has 2wd, 4wd part time, 4wd full time, nuetral, and 4 low.)
-Some rust on the body, nothing serious, still looks pretty sharp.
-I believe the ball joints are bad, not sure what side. Because of this, the steering has some play in it, and it pops when turning sometimes. Still very drivable, but this should be fixed before any trips.
-No muffler installed (Not going to lie, its pretty loud, but I will give the buyer a rather expensive Borla muffler that just needs to be installed)
-New Tie rod
-New Drag link
-New Track bar
-New Sway bar links
-New Serp. belt
-New Drivers side wheel bearing
-New Power steering pump
-New rear brakes
-Upgraded steering box (from Dodge Durango, turns the larger tires nicely)
-NP242 transfer case upgrade (see above)
-31x10.50 BFG All Terrain tires with plenty of life left.
-Upgraded front axle shafts
-Front tow hooks
-New Hella lights on the front (I really don't want to sell it with these, so they only come with the Jeep if you pay full price)
I really hate to sell this thing, I've put a ton of work into it, but I'm looking to get into something newer with better gas milage. I've taken this Jeep offroad three times and it did VERY well. Two of those times were at Silver Lake Sand Dunes, and with the V8 it can run every hill there effortlessly. I have never really beat on this Jeep, when it was offroad those few times, I was very cautious. This Jeep drives very well on the street, and has a ton of power even with the oversized tires. But, the ball joints do need to be taken care of soon, I would not recommend driving on the freeway before getting that done, but it does just fine everywhere else. After those are done, this will be a solid Jeep, and I would put it up against wranglers any day offroad. But if your not into offroading, it drives better thank stock on the street, looks awesome with the lift and tires, and i've gotten rid of most of the factory weaknesses and installed a ton of new parts as well.
Asking $2200 OBO
Last edited by ZJeepMI; August 19th, 2010 at 10:43 PM.