|March 19th, 2008, 02:41 PM||#1|
1992 YJ package deal.
It breaks my heart to have to do this, but I have to part with my YJ.
It is a 1992 Red/Grey 4.0L 5 speed, with a/c, tilt, and sound bar. So it is pretty much fully loaded. It is currently my daily driver. It has around 110,000 miles but I have double check to confirm the mileage. I drive it 90 miles a day and it has never left me stranded.
I am throwing in all of my recovery gear also. You could buy this today and hit the trails tomorrow. It has been to the mounds 3 times and the pig gig once. It is pretty capable off road and wasn’t abused. I am the third owner, and know the history of the vehicle since new.
What extras are included?
-Hard top and full doors.
-Soft top and half doors with TJ mirrors the top is old but useable.
-Recovery strap and warn receiver shackle.
-Very rare cow print front seat covers.
-5 Goodyear 31x10.5x15 winter tires with 8000 miles.
-2.5 superlift or old man emu springs. They were from a coworker and he didn’t know what they were. It rides nice for a YJ.
-Sway bar and track bars removed.
-Transfer case drop.
-New Rancho shocks.
-Olympic rear bumper.
-Stubby homemade front bumper.
-32x11.5x15 Super Swamper ssr’s
-4.10 gears Dana 30/35.
-TJ flares that are color matched.
-8000 pound Champion winch with snatch block. It is less than a year old, with about 5 pulls on it.
- Cobra cb with Wilson antenna with external speaker and pa. The cb is hidden in the center console and the antenna is mounted under the roll bar padding. It is a very stealthy setup for the topless summer days in the parking lot.
-Sylvania Silver Star headlights.
-Water pump and thermostat
-Complete clutch kit
-Most of the u-joints
-Cap rotor wires and plugs
-The speedometer is out of my old 4 cylinder YJ and doesn’t work, but I added a digital aftermarket speedometer that works great.
-The speed sensor is broken on the t-case.
-It has had some rust repair under the flare and a patch on the frame.
-The front tires contact the fenders at full stuff so they are a bit dented.
-I need to get the crankcase vent lines, the old one broke.
-One stone chip in the brand new windshield.
-It could use a good scrubbing.
It is a very good Jeep overall, that I built up to be a daily driver, and weekend warrior. It is ready for the street or the trails. The only reason I’m selling it is to buy a small car, and start my Jeepster Commando project.
I’ll get some current pics after I clean it up.
$5,000 for the whole package, or if you want less content we can negotiate a different price.
You can post here. pm me, or call.
Last edited by Monster4.0; March 19th, 2008 at 02:47 PM.
|March 19th, 2008, 10:06 PM||#7|
|March 25th, 2008, 04:16 PM||#8|
277.72 miles/15.787 Gallons = 17.591689 mpg.
Not bad for a lifted Jeep, and it will get better in the summer with the lighter top and doors, and summer fuel.
I did the fill until spill technique, and used the digtal speedo for accuracy.
That was 85% city driving, 10% highway, and 5% in 4 high in a freak snow storm.
|March 25th, 2008, 10:27 PM||#11|