|October 9th, 2011, 10:24 PM||#1|
92 jeep cherokee buggy
i have a 93 jeep cherokee 4.0 auto np231
front axle: d30 with aussie locker
rear axle: chrysler 8 1/4 welded
36" tsl bias (fronts are 50% rears bald)
full roll cage
HD front and rear bumpers with d-rings
smitty build XRC10(10,00lbs winch)
relocated gas tank
not sure make but aftermarket drive shafts
tranny cooler ran to back with electric fan(toggle switch)
also comes with d44 and ford 9in out of a 78 ford bronco
also include the d44 from a chevy 1/2ton for the high steer
This thing is a beast it runs great and goes over almost everything and takes the abuse and smiles if you are looking for a great cheap trail rig this is it. i do not recomend this for the street the way it is. Not saying it cant be street legal just i dont plan on making it street legal so dont ask if it can be a daily driver.
$1000 any questions txt me at 419-349-4076(ed) or pm
Last edited by OhioGuy; October 25th, 2011 at 07:18 PM.
|October 10th, 2011, 04:27 PM||#3|
Join Date: 03-19-06
Location: Alpena, Mi
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The Chevy 44 pictured doesn't appear to have flat-top knuckles for High steer....
'46CJ2A, '47CJ2A, '48CJ2A, '50M38, '52M38A1, '62CJ3B, '62CJ5, '65CJ5, (2) '66CJ5's, '67CJ5, '67CJ101 '69CJ5, '69J3000, '70CJ101, '74DJ5, '73CJ5, '74CJ5, '77CJ5, '78CJ5, '78CJ7, '78Waggy, '83CJ7 (2) '95YJ's, '97XJ...One of them runs, kinda.
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