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post #1 of 4 Old 03-08-2002, 09:16 PM Thread Starter
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1992 YJ I-4?

I found a 92 YJ at AutoTrader for $3995. It is 4CYL and is stock. I am wondering what kind of 4wheeler a 4-banger is...
I would go to moab and drive through the city often. What are some reccomendations for a setup for this YJ. I want 35" BFG tires and a good lift with NO rubbing. If you can find parts very CHEAP but NEW. Post here. Also, post some pix of your 4-banger YJ!

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PS: I also noticed a 6cyl for 4495! w00t
PPS:sorry for posting so much about the same subject!


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BTW: Post what you think would be a good CHEAP rockcrawling, city setup. I want 35" tires still!

PS: Should I do a coil conversion or stay leaf? And what is the most off-roadish lift company? LOL

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post #3 of 4 Old 03-09-2002, 01:29 AM
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it's not lifted yet,but...look at this.

95 yj...
who ever said putting a spool in a daily driver was a bad idea was just jealous he had not tried it first...
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post #4 of 4 Old 03-09-2002, 11:13 AM
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I bought my complete stock 4 banger 92' for the same price. Mine was clean, no oil leaks anywhere, very mechanically sound. The only thing was the driver side floor was rusted out, but for $30 I welded a new one in no prob. If you get 35" tires, you might need to regear. You realize this? And your talking about wanting tires for city and off-roading, well, your gonna want 33" then.

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