I'm looking at three Jeeps and not sure which to buy. Maybe you guys can help me out.
1. 2005 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited (white) 59k miles
2. 2004 Jeep Wrangler Sport (gray) 55k miles
3. 2005 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited (blue, lots of extras) 31k miles little of oxidation underneath. think jeep was only used as beach jeep thus the 31k miles
I'm kinda of leaning towards the unlimited #1 ... could these be rare down the road??
I am not sure what you mean by rare, they made a lot of them, in the 10K+ range. If you are buying a jeep because you think it may be a collect in 50 years you maybe should look at something else that you could really enjoy the whole time you own it. Jeeps were made to be used, not to kept as a garage queen.
2003 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon
4.0L, 42RLE, Dual Tops, Full Doors, JKS Front Disconnects, Cragar Soft 8 Black Wheels, 33x12.5x15 Goodyear Duratracs, .75" Front Coil Spacers, Bushwacker 6" Flat Fender Flares, Skid Row Steering Box Skid, LubeLockers, Rubicon Locker Mod, OBA, Cobra 19 Ultra III CB, 3' Firestik, Rough Country 2.2 Steering Stabilizer, RC 1.25" BL, RC 1" MML, RC Grab Handles, Fog Lamp Bent Pin Mod, 4" Apline S Series Speakers, Kenwood Excelon 6.5" Speakers, 6.5" JL Audio 6W3V3 Subwoofer (in center console) w/MTX Thunder 202 amp, IPF H4 Headlight Housing, Sliverstar H4 bulbs.
I dealt with it from the get go. I know the issue. The bigger problem is on a hill in a off camber situation.
Umm...ok. My OPDA had gear wear and scoring of the upper bushing/shaft at 9,000 miles and my Jeep had never been offroaded.
You do know I'm talking about the Oil Pump Drive Assembly (i.e. the cam sensor housing) right? I get the feeling your on a completely different page in a book written in a different decade than the one I'm reading.
I'm as well versed on the situation as anybody considering I'm the only guy here who has replaced his camshaft without removing the cylinder head and am having excellent luck with the results.
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