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Year:1989

Model:Pioneer

Engine:4.0

Rear Axle:Dana 35 w/posi traction

Axle Gear Ratio:3.15

Suspension:3 and a half lift by les Schwann

Tires:31x10.5x15

Armor:None

Recovery Gear:Tow straps

Accessories:Upgraded to towing set up from parts jeep and put in under hood light

Future Modifications:Possibilities are endless


I have had this jeep now as a gift for a few years now. It came to me with the Chrysler axles under it. My parts jeep I was gifted too had the tow package in it with the Dana 35 rear end and matching front axle so I swapped them. I put the factory to hitch set up in it with the factory wiring. I put the under hood light in it. And I changed the motor trams and transfer case out too. I went through the motor while I had it out. I came to this forum cause of a problem I was having with my trans. I have fixed that with a swap of my tps switch. Now the only problem I am having is a crow hopping effect with the front end installed. I am going to get ahold of les Schwann to see if they change out the track bar on lifts to compensate. That's about it Celt it is a 2 door mold with close to 300k in miles but the jeep has not been abused off road. I hope to go off-roading a bit with it though. There is no cat in it and a exhaust past the flange installed. It sounds pretty healthy for a 4.0.

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