Little about my jeep:
I purchased this 1990 YJ after it was in an accident. I rebuilt it and got it moving during the summer of 2007. Towards the end of the summer I realized that the Jeep was going to need a frame swap. I started the Frame Swap in January of 08 and finished just before summer that same year! This jeep took up every spare minuet of time I had when I wasn't at work or sleeping. I actually vowed to get the jeep done before I took time to participate in my #2 hobby surfing. I re-painted it OD green and made my own little version of a willys YJ. I recently swaped out axles and now have a rear 8.8 with trac lock and a BUILT dana 30 with aussie locker, alloy shafts, one piece conversion, and alloy outer seals. Front and rear warn diff covers protect it. It sits on 35" MTR's with crager soft 8s. It has a si12000 winch along with a bunch of other accessories to get the job done. I have been purchasing Autometer Guages one by one so that I can get them all installed at the same time. I eventually will spring over the jeep, but thats a little further down the line. There are plenty of other pics on my Photobucket.
List of specs and/or modifications (don't forget to include the year of your jeep) or a short paragraph describing what is special about your Jeep.
2.5L 7" forward of stock, raised up so that the whole driveline is above the bottom of the frame
AW4 transmission with full manual control via AWShifting controller
Clocked NP231 with SYE
Home shortened driveshafts
D30 - Yukon shafts, superjoints and aussie locker
8.8 - Aussie
35" MTZ's on ar767 with copperhead rim stiffeners
Home made swingdown tire carrier
Home made front bumper/grill guard
Home made cage additions
I didn't really prepare a speech but all my jeep is saying is "You really like me, You really like me" lol
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2010-2012 Pres of: CLICK--->EASTERN SHORE JEEP ASSOCIATION<---CLICK Based out of Salisbury, MD
"Help your fellow jeeper out when they are in need because the Jeep gods may look down upon you and reward you for your effort."
Congrats to you guys. Both of you have EXCELLENT looking rigs there! I'm sure you have a LOT of time put into them both and am glad to see there are two more YJ's staying on the road looking great instead of in the boneyard! Great job and congrats again!
I know engines, this drivetrain crap really gets my head spinning!
Moab Trails I've done: Onion Creek, Long Canyon, Dome Plateau, Top of The World (2), Fins-N-Things (2), Poison Spider,
Golden Spike, Gold Bar Rim, Hell's Revenge (2), Baby Lion Back, Cliff Hanger, Moab Rim, Kane Creek Canyon, Strike Ravine