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post #1 of 3 Old 12-05-2013, 09:28 PM Thread Starter
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chevy guy goingjeep Little help?

Hi all! Nube to jeeps but avid off-roader. Coming from a K5 blazer and looking into getting a Cherokee. I have my eyes on this gran cherokeeand it looks to have a lot of great up grades. Being new to Jeeps has anyone ever had any trouble with the uni body? I plan on caging so will I have issues being there is no frame rails? Am I showing my true nube??
http://orangecounty.craigslist.org/cto/4177556071.html
any input would be helpful.

Thanks everyone!

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post #2 of 3 Old 12-06-2013, 05:26 AM
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#1. How well do you know the guy who did all the mods to this Cherokee?
#2. How professionally were the modifications done?
#3. Why was the transmission rebuilt?

Personally, it is lifted way too high and is too specifically modified for me to even think about buying it as a DD. If it is only going to be used as a weekend toy or racer, then possibly so. Remember modifications add very little value to a vehicle. If these are the modifications that you must have in what you are looking to buy then this would be for you.

Good luck!
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post #3 of 3 Old 12-06-2013, 09:44 AM Thread Starter
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#1. How well do you know the guy who did all the mods to this Cherokee?
#2. How professionally were the modifications done?
#3. Why was the transmission rebuilt?

Personally, it is lifted way too high and is too specifically modified for me to even think about buying it as a DD. If it is only going to be used as a weekend toy or racer, then possibly so. Remember modifications add very little value to a vehicle. If these are the modifications that you must have in what you are looking to buy then this would be for you.

Good luck!
Thanks for the reply back!

I do not know anything about the owner yet. As far as daily driver... it would definitely not be that. Maybe for river trips and desert but majority speaking it would be a for fun weekend trail rig.
I was hoping to get a lil info on the parts used and see if anyone had experience with these parts... But the owner has yet to reply back so im not even sure its still available.
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