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Unread 01-11-2016, 02:14 PM   #1
10bagger
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Jeep WJ limited 2.7CRD from France :) 4" lift long arm etc...

hi everybody, I'm pleased to introduce to you my first jeep, and my first 4x4, a wj 2003 with 110000 km, it's a limited, with 2.7crd mercedes engine.

- rough country 4" lift long arm with front quick disco
- fender flares
- moab rims with 285/70r17 cooper stt
- 1.5' spacer at front and 2" spacer at rear
- porsche boxter 4 pot calipers with 330x30 mm rotors at front
- front brake hose
- adcco front and rear sway bar
- tom wood's double cardan front drive shaft
- JKS quick disco at rear
- additional teneco steering stabilizer

I have rebuild the np247 because the front output bearing was dead and I have rebuild the turbo because I'm a paranoid

now I plane to remap the ecu myself, and I also want to use a more modern turbo with 3" exhaust line to have better torque at low rpm. stock it has 163hp and 40mkg at 1800rpm, I think I can have 210hp and 50mkg at 1600 rpm with the proper mod

it may also need rock sliders and a winch

engish is not my mother language, I'm sorry

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Unread 01-11-2016, 03:29 PM   #2
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jeep looks good....
Your English is better than most of ours and it is our first language.........
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Unread 01-11-2016, 07:14 PM   #3
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jeep looks good....
Your English is better than most of ours and it is our first language.........
^ That's a true statement right there!

What an awesome looking WJ and the fact that you have a diesel is even cooler.
If it makes you feel any better, I just started learning French, and my French is AWFUL. Been traveling to Niger, by way of France the last couple of years. Would love to be able to hold a conversation by the next time I go.

Good luck on your build!!
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Unread 01-12-2016, 03:20 AM   #4
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many thanks, I think that french is much more difficult to learn than english, and there is much more situation for french peoples to talk english than for american peoples to talk french

many thanks for the jeep, the build is not finished

I would be please to go to niger with my jeep

I was needed a car that can be driven easaly on road and off road, that's why I have choosen the wj, and that's why there is adcco and quick disco everywhere
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Unread 01-12-2016, 05:27 AM   #5
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I have ordered air bag control modul with part number P56010488AG ( you can have other letters at the end like "D" or "F") to fix the air bag light, my stock P56036792AA is a crap and need to be replaced by P56010488AG for car with side curtains, I think without side curtains you need P56010485AG
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Unread 01-12-2016, 04:45 PM   #6
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many thanks, I think that french is much more difficult to learn than english, and there is much more situation for french peoples to talk english than for american peoples to talk french

many thanks for the jeep, the build is not finished

I would be please to go to niger with my jeep

I was needed a car that can be driven easaly on road and off road, that's why I have choosen the wj, and that's why there is adcco and quick disco everywhere
That's a good point, but when in France do as the French right?!
I think most people get a good laugh when they hear how bad my french is
Buddy I would love to get my jeep to Niger, the wheeling in the dry season is SIIIIIIIICK
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Unread 01-13-2016, 02:20 PM   #7
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That's a good point, but when in France do as the French right?!
I think most people get a good laugh when they hear how bad my french is
Buddy I would love to get my jeep to Niger, the wheeling in the dry season is SIIIIIIIICK
when you come in France I would be pleased to see you, you will speak french and I will speak english and we will laught a lot lol
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Unread 01-13-2016, 09:20 PM   #8
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hahahahahahaha that would be awesome! Le Muy is beautiful, I'd definitely pass by Paris for Le Muy
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