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Here is the list how I got it. Alot of imperfections its a trail jeep. I have a new headliner which is installed. The jeep needs to crank for a second then starts right up. It is actually a pretty sweet set up for the four wheel drive system. Im asking 2700 being that the bumper had a mishap and the one side needs to be fixed other then that it is an offroading machine.

1990 Cherokee Sport
2 door, red with gray interior
4.0 liter fuel injected with a K&N air filter, new battery, runs sweet
4 speed auto with heavy duty cooler and manual override switches
271 transfer case
D30 without central axle disconnect 4.10 gears
d35 without C-clips 4.11 gears and a quick-loc (not installed, can be at no cost)
4.5 total lift
Front 3" coils and ACOS adjustable spacers, Tera-Flex long arm control arms and track bar, sway bar disconnects
Rear 3" leaf and Tera-Flex shackles, rear sway bar "fell out"
Rocker panels replaced with 3/16 wall box tube (high lift jack anywhere on it)
Custom rear bumper with 2" reciever and rear trail lights

BONUS SPARE PARTS
Left and right front axle shafts with installed unit bearing for easy trail repair
Left and right rear axle shafts with seals and bearing installed for easy trail repair
Front drive shaft with u-joints
rear drive shaft with u-joints
set for stock rear leafs


Since I have taken posession of the vehicle I have already dropped 500- 800 into it .


New oil cap and Oil drain plug.
New distributor with warranty
New plugs and wires with warranty
Oil changed


I painted the solid rocker panel black to clean them up
I power washed the engine and is super clean
The jeep has rust its a trail jeep.

For 200 more I will throw in the 34's to go along with it. This is a trail jeep and it does have Rust its a 90 most of them are rusted so.


Solid rocker panels

Brand new orv sticker

New plugs wires and distributor

Front and Rear Trial light switches

4 Wheel drive toggle switches far right is to turn off ecu click it into 1-2 and the far left switch is to shift the trans middle switch to turn off torque converter.

Still alot of life on the 34's

The interior is half way decent the seats have some snags in them but other then that its prettty clean.

214 and still runs like a champ no knock.

The rear lenses were cracked out and the bulbs still work.

Custom solid rear bumper with 2" reciever

Pioneer cd player sounds half way decent

Blasted the engine Bay clean new oil camp drain blug K&N airfilter I have a new valve cover gasket not installed yet.

Heavy duty trans cooler the driving lights are hella all the way around.
 

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Notsure I bought it with this list.
Get under the Jeep and look at the back of the transfer case. There will be a round, red & silver tag on the back face of it. On that tag, you will find the model, build date and ratio stamped into the tag. Post the numbers you see there, line by line.


Unless someone really did swap a 271 in there, it'll be a 231 or a 242.
 

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is it the number up top or the one on bottom? Cause I saw a number that read 272 I will call him tomorrow and ask I think he might of swapped it im not a hundred percent sure he made a mention of some swaps.
 

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is it the number up top or the one on bottom? Cause I saw a number that read 272 I will call him tomorrow and ask I think he might of swapped it im not a hundred percent sure he made a mention of some swaps.
272 would be the t-case gear reduction.

Like he said, that's your low-range ratio (2.72:1).


Telling us what you actually see on the tag is better than telling us what some other guy says it is. Know what I mean? Taking a picture of the rear of the transfer case and tag for us would be the best option.
 

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The AC is disconeccted the comrpessor is still there no lines though you could turn it into a air comrpessor though I thought that would be kinda a cool idea but. The transfer case says 272 on the tag but there is also a number at the top of the tag that says 231. I will snap a picture of it.
 

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The AC is disconeccted the comrpessor is still there no lines though you could turn it into a air comrpessor though I thought that would be kinda a cool idea but. The transfer case says 272 on the tag but there is also a number at the top of the tag that says 231. I will snap a picture of it.

You have a NP 231 transfer case, which has a 2.72:1 low range. That's what the numbers mean. Its the model that the XJ originally came with. :thumb:
 

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I just took the pic the wet looking residue is from me just spray brake cleaner on it so there isn't any confusion on if the transfer case leaks.
 

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Yeah, you really need to stop calling it a 272. You see where it says "Model" and has "231 J" underneath it? That's the model of the transfer case.

See where it says "Ratio" and has 272 above it? That's the low-range ratio, which is 2.72:1 and stock for a NP 231.

NV 271's are from Dodge Rams and didn't appear until a couple years after the XJ was out of production. It would be huge and have a much larger input shaft size and spline than an AW4. :thumb:
 

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Like I said I am new to all of this. I need to sell this to make room in my garage and help pay for school.
 

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What's the point of the trans override switches?

Why would you want to turn off the torque converter?
 

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So when your stuck or off roading you can keep your rpms um in low range 4wd. First second is together and when your stuck you start to top out first and it would shift and you would be back to square one with the switches you turn off the ecu, then you click it in to 4 low then on the gear shift lever you click it into 1st/2nd and the switch closest to the driver you can shift the gears with. It works great the torque converter shut off is for decline.
 

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So when your stuck or off roading you can keep your rpms um in low range 4wd. First second is together and when your stuck you start to top out first and it would shift and you would be back to square one with the switches you turn off the ecu, then you click it in to 4 low then on the gear shift lever you click it into 1st/2nd and the switch closest to the driver you can shift the gears with. It works great the torque converter shut off is for decline.
Not a bad setup. I knew you could turn the AW4 into a manu-matic, but I didn't think you could shut off the torque converter lock-up.
 

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Yeah its a cool jeep I need to make space in my garage and pay for school someone make me an offer no trades though.
 
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