Sup everybody, number 2 Jeep for me. This time XJ
96 Cherokee Sport. AW4, I6, Unknown Lift, Cooper 33x12.50R15s wrapped around what appears to be Outlaw II rims. And from what I can tell it has the 242 TC and the HP30 in it with the 8.25 out back. 144K on the odo and got this thing for only $2,000. Now I want the 97+ front clip and a console with cup holders, how do I do this? Any other crazy things to watch out for on these XJs would be appreciated. And now on with the pics.
So here is the dead side of it, can you tell what lift I have? 33'' tires 15'' wheels
The only real thing wrong with the outside, dented rear door:
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"This place is like a fine drug.
It's easy to start, hard to quit, you lose sleep over it, you lose money because of it, and you put up with alot of **** from some people associated with it. But no matter what you never wanna give it up."
Yea I know, gonna find a lug to put on. First I gotta fix the driver's door. The drivers door was locked, and now will not open from the inside or outside, and the lock button has been pushed to unlock and still nothing. Dangit!
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