$6,000 firm for VJC members this week only... i need to pay a big bill
This is the perfect Grand Cherokee for any type of off roading. Multi purpose built from rock crawling to expedition traveling and the jeep still looks and drives great!!! It does not leak and starts right up. The a/c is ice cold. All power options work including power seats, power windows, power door locks. Has moonroof (is sealed shut and does not work currently). Comes with full size spare.
1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee
53,000 original miles
Just passed emmisions (no CEL)
Engine: Stock 5.2. Full 3" exhaust
Tranny: Stock Auto
T-case: 231 with SYE
Ford hp44 from a FS Bronco
Warn Premium hubs
Dynatrac Built 60
About 5.5" of total lift
Custom lengthened radius arms with summit flex joints at the frame end
Tracbar Conversion (no more TRE at the frame side)
Rancho RS 9000 Shocks
Center Limiting Strap
Custom Triangulated 4 Link Rear
Bilstein 5100 Shocks
37x12.5x17 mud tires (bfg km2)
17 x 9 Black Rock Viper aluminum wheels
AC works well. Just replaced the accumulator
Anti-rock swaybars up front
ORGS Super nerf rocker protection
New joints in the steering, new tracbar, new drag link, New BDS coils up front,
Full flat belly skid plate
Kevins Offroad Bucket seats
ARB front bumper with M8000 winch (cable)
Custom rear bumper (high clearance)
JBL GTI component speakers up front, Pioneer CD/MP3 deck
As with all jeeps that go out and are used for off roading this jeep does have a couple of small things wrong with it. Most of these items are small
Couple dings and dents
rear speakers not working
need new battery tray or new batter strap down cable
headliner is sagging a little bit
probably a couple more little things
here are a couple of pictures
Last edited by Peixinho; 08-25-2012 at 02:21 PM.
Wish I could afford that! GLWS!
*2003 TJ - 2" Inch Pro-Comp Lift, Winch, CB, K&N, 31's, AEV Nth Degree Tummy Tucker.
*1989 R1500 Suburban pulling the 2003 Tent Trailer "Weekend Cabin on wheels"*
What are you doing, my friend?!
Last edited by LO PHAT; 06-05-2012 at 10:43 PM.
"Lo-Phat.. Don't wash the XJ. You don't want someone to confuse it as a mall crawler.." -- Will E
While a JKU is great for getting the kids to soccer practice, an XJ is what you take rock crawling!
Nice rig for sure, have been thinking about one as a DD, but could wheel on the weekends, but not getting rid of my wrangler. Would have to sell some stuff to consider buying it.
4 Angry Squirrels
Did you really just say that?
autograph3 "If I buy it, then my 12" Rigid will be up for sale."
timgtndrty "How much for your 12" rigid?"
wish i had the money, honestly that is a bad *** jeep my friend, good luck with the sale
87 XJ 4x4-5" lift in the front Just under 6" in the rear on 33's
here are a couple more i found... one is of my wife having fun
bad *** heap! sorry she's makin ya sell it!
BUT THE BABY COMES FIRST!
Im back to the drawing board
maybe willing to accept trades of equal value
I might be willing to trade my wrangler. 1999 roll cage. Needs a few things finished but I have all the parts just no time.
I would think twice before I gave up that well built ZJ for a Wrangler. No comparison in the ride and the ZJ will go anywhere the Wrangler will with more comfort. I tried a 2010 Unlimited Rubicon and built it up pretty good. My wife didn't like it at all and I didn't like it for 50+ mile trips. Luckly, she wouldn't let me sell the ZJ, so I traded the JKU and went back to the ZJ for the 3.5 and under trails. (it will do the 4.0 trails, but my juggy is more fun on them) The Wrangler sure has a great following of satisfied people and maybe you will be one of them, but I'll bet you will miss the creature comforts and performance of yopur ZJ. Good luck.
97 ZJ 8.8, hp30, alloys,
97 TJ 14b, D60,
I have had a ton of interest and a ton of people telling me not to sell it but no actual bites yet
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