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Old June 20th, 2007, 11:03 AM   #1
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Default 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee Dana 60's 4 Link AWESOME family Wheeler

This was obviously built to be used of which I have. It is a very capable family off road rig. Here is the low down on it.

First off---there is TONS of custom stuff on this vehicle.

1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee
360 Engine from a 2000 Dodge ˝ ton approx 50,000 miles
Auto Trans—just rebuilt, less than 15 miles on it
NP 231 T-case with SYE
1410 Rear Drive shaft
1350 / 1410 front driveshaft
Dana 60 rear with 5.13 gears / spool / disc brakes / shaved
Dana 60 HP front with 5.13 gears / Detroit Locker / Full Hydro / Chromoly shafts / Full time plates
Triangulated 4 Link front and rear 7075 arms with combination of large Tera flex joints / Super flex
39.5 TSL’s on Bead Lock Wheels
480 Baja C Global map GPS
Body armor all over this rig, extensive unibody bracing with 3/16” plate
Trailready Front bumper with 9000lb winch with amsteel blue rope
In Cab winch controls
Currie anti rock sway bar in front
1500 Watt inverter
Stereo system—amp / 10” sub—sounds nice for cruising the trails
Heated Leather interior
Be Cool radiator with an aluminum shroud and 3 Spal fans

FYI, I’m putting two new front fenders on it and having it re painted right now. Here is a few pics of it and I’ll put up some more after its appearance is freshened up again. There is a build thread on here or you can look at a bunch more pics on http://akkoz.com and look at any of the trips from 2006 and there should be a bunch of pictures in there.

Every thing works on this---AC, power windows, power seats / locks, even the heated break away mirrors work. There is no rear bumper on it---there is a 2” hitch at the back.

This vehicle has been built to take the family out and have a great time and still be able to anywhere you buddies can with there Wranglers and 2 seat buggies. I have no doubtable used this vehicle to it limits and it is very capable. I also maintenance my stuff a lot more than most do so you won’t have hidden issues to deal with.

I know some of you will ask---the full hydro is a complete system from PSC which works great. What I mean by that is I did not build this to drive down the road for 30 miles ant high way speeds. Can you do that----that’s up to you. On most trips I would go on it would see short stretches of road and I would drive 50mph comfortably.

This has been an AWESOME rig for the family, really hate to sell it but that’s what needs to happen.

Serious inquiries call 989-496-1991 $15,000 obo Located in Midland, MI

Here is a link to the first build thread http://www.greatlakes4x4.com/showthread.php?t=19691



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Old June 27th, 2007, 10:51 AM   #2
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Old June 29th, 2007, 09:20 AM   #3
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Bump for a very capable rig.
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Old June 29th, 2007, 10:35 AM   #4
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Sweet rig, what are you replacing it with after it sells?
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