Just wanted to say hello and let everyone know I finally became an American (I own a Wrangler now!) This is what an ex F-16 pilot I worked with once told me...you're not American until you own a Jeep.
Little about me, I'm a huge automobile enthusiast. However, I have mainly owned and raced cars in the past. My 1992 Wrangler is the first 4x4 capable vehicle I have ever owned. It somehow makes me feel like more of a man just driving it... If I had to side with one manufacturer, I would have to say I started life as a Mopar kid. The Dukes of Hazzard led to my first car being a '69 Charger and then a '68 Dart.
Fast Forward a decade or so and I'm now in possession of a 1992 Wrangler. This YJ is equipped with a 4.0 that only has 37K on the clock. My girlfriends mom finally let me purchase it from her. The thing has been sitting in their garage for years driven only in the summer months. When I brought it home, I spent the weekend changing all the fluids (transfer case, motor, tranny, diffs, etc.). Also, I changed the rotor, plugs, plug wires, radiator hoses, and serpentine belt. Thing drives great!
I lost the clutch last week, which led me to looking over the hydraulic system. The master was low, so I filled it to the top. I then bled the clutch system and everything is back to normal (firm peddle).
Given the low miles I don't want to butcher the vehicle too much, but I do have some tasteful mods planned for this beast. Thanks for reading and stay tuned!