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Unread 11-24-2011, 08:11 AM   #1
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these are pics of my build sheet, can you tell me what the pros and cons are please

As said pros and cons please happy thanksgiving

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Unread 11-24-2011, 08:26 AM   #2
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The only important thing to ascertain from a build sheet is gear ratio. If you didn't notice it in the jeep before, chances are it's not going to help you by being in the build sheet.
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Unread 11-24-2011, 08:39 AM   #3
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It has all it's tires. That would be a "pro" in my book.

Seriously, it looks like it was equipped with a lot of the factory options.
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What are owl tires?also what about the heavy duty cooling system? ??
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What are owl tires?also what about the heavy duty cooling system? ??
The tires are a special upgrade option from jeep that increases performance "wisely".

It just means the white letters were mounted on the outside...
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What are owl tires?also what about the heavy duty cooling system? ??
HD cooling system means it had a radiator. OWL tires means the tires were raised white letter outline.
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The tires are a special upgrade option from jeep that increases performance "wisely".

It just means the white letters were mounted on the outside...
My time as a tire monkey in my earlier years will come in handy here.

It actually means "Outlined White Letters". Instead of solid while lettering on the tires, the letters are just outlined in white. You've seen it hundreds of times but may not have noticed.

http://www.monro.com/open/openTiresFAQSidewalls.html
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My time as a tire monkey in my earlier years will come in handy here.

It actually means "Outlined White Letters". Instead of solid while lettering on the tires the letters are just outlined in white. You've seen it hundreds of times but may not have noticed.

http://www.monro.com/open/openTiresFAQSidewalls.html
I stand corrected. It's still as much of a performance gain either way. If we look at it from the point of view of the original owner, all of these options were applicable. In this case, it's a good starting point from where the vehicle started twenty years ago and nowhere near where it is now or where the OP wants it to be.

I would throw the sheet away and just remember that you have 3.07 gears. Everything else should be visible with the naked eye.
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Premium cloth bucket seats and a digital clock. What more could you need?
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Digital clock was digital numbers right??
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Unread 11-24-2011, 10:35 AM   #12
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I don't think all those things came on your Jeep. Especially the rack and pinion steering......
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Premium cloth bucket seats and a digital clock. What more could you need?
I would take my vinyl over cloth any day, and love my retro analog clock in the center of the dash.
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Digital clock was digital numbers right??
That's usually what digital means. Daytime running lights too? Are you sure this is the correct build sheet?
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Unread 11-24-2011, 10:53 AM   #15
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The DRL are because it was sold in Canada. Most Canadian YJ's have them, some law they have requiering DRL. If you read the buildsheet it says Zone 25-Canada-Alberta. I did not know any YJ's had a digital clock though.
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