Year: 1994 Model: ZJ Drive Train: 5.2L V8, 46RH, NP231 w/ SYE, Tom Woods Rear Shaft. Dana 30 front, Dana 44a LSD rear. 3.73 gears. Suspension: RE 3.5", adjustable control arms all around, super ride lowers, super flex uppers. JKS discos. KOR front track bar upgrade. JKS rear adj track bar. Tires: BFG A/T KO, 31x10.5x15 (summer), BFG M/T, 31x10.5x15 (winter) American Racing D window wheels. Other notable mods: Hanson front bumper, Warn 8000 winch w/ Amsteel rope. Mountain Valley Customs d44a truss. JKS supernerf sliders. Hella fogs, Clarion AM/FM/iPod stereo. Yaesu VHF/UHF ham radio. Removed rack on top to give it a clean look. Favorite Modification: Bumper, winch & rope. Least Favorite Mod: K&N air filter scrapped and replaced with Amsoil. Favorite Trail: Black Bear Pass, Ouray to Telluride, CO Best Trail Damage: Kamakazee mule deer jumped on my hood and buckled it, without bending a fender. After fixing the hood, I got the Hanson bumper to even up the odds.
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Congrats, nice clean ZJ, built to proportion. Not to big not too small.
95' Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo, 148k, 5.2, NP242, 46RH, 4" RC lift, all new adjustable ca's(2 IRO front uppers and the rest RC adjustables), nitro shocks, JKS TB's, Jet Chip, Dynamax cat back, Magnaflow cat, GTP hood vents. 31" Pro Comps with Rock Krawler "D"s. Westin brush/grill guard with Hella 500s, 411's, Solid diff covers, detroit locker rear, power lock in front, SYE and Tom Wood's front/rear shafts, RE discos, BPE's, d-rings front and back, factory tc and rad skid, hitch, Sliders next.
03' Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo, (wifes Jeep) 99k, 4.7 5 speed auto, K&N, KYB shocks, drilled-slotted rotors, All the toys.
2000' Ford Superduty, F250, 7.3, 198K, 37's, too much to list.
Thanks everyone for the votes and the complements. I feel like I owe the group a little cologc46 eye candy. I just got back from 4 days in the Canyonlands NP Maze District. We entered on the Poison Springs road, via Sunset Pass, and camped out at the Doll House for a few nights. My first expedition in quite a while and the GC was up to the task. Here are a few pictures.
Again, thanks everyone for the votes and complements.