So im finally gunna be starting the "chop-top build". If any of yall got a chop-top dont on your cherokee's , if ya could give me some tips and some pics of your project i would appreciate it. and im looking into doing mine a little differently. id love to have an actually Short Bed on it. so id be taking everything out the jeep. and it pretty much turn it into a Jeep Cherokee Short Bed Truck! thats my dream, but of course that would be alot of time, and of course money. wish me luck! again if yall could give me any tips on how i could do this or what i could use to ya know get started with my build. id appreciate it
I mean dont get me wrong, ive done some research and went through all of the materials, what id have to do in order to add the truck rear end. and so on. but i was just wondering for yall's opinion on my idea. And ive looked for a Comanche ( within 100 miles of my location) and i found 2. and they wanted Way to much money for them. And i got this cherokee a little under 5 months ago. got it for $500 and have put $3,000 into it. Im attached to it ya know? i dont even wanna picture me getting rid of it. but thanks for the website man, ill go check it out .
is it bad that i would offer him 1700 for it??? black paint job, 6 inch long arm lift and 35s... you'd have a badass rig
id be more concerned about how exactly he attacted both of those jeeps together
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IF I was going to do this, I would simply chop behind the back seat and make it a 4 door with a TINY bed. Just big enough to haul nothing.
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