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Jeep Information

Year:2000

Model:Cherokee Sport

Engine:4L

Transmission:Auto

Transfer Case:231

Front Axle:stock

Rear Axle:stock

Axle Gear Ratio:stock

Suspension:stock

Tires:BFG All-Terrain KO 235-15

Wheels:stock

Armor:Warn transfer case and JCR slide rails V3

Recovery Gear:Come-along and Hi-Lift jack

Accessories:SAENG fog lights

Future Modifications:Bull-Bar?


Great new (old) Jeep, my 4th one. Drove two from lower 48 to Alaska, my new '77 Chief from Ft. Bragg, NC to Ft. Richardson, AK in June '77 and a restored '55 Willys Wagon w/Warn OD from Tempe, AZ to Anchorage in December 1981....the last one was a really dumb idea! -70F in a 1955 WIllys with stock heater is NOT a good idea...made it, but made the Michelin man look like a skinny runway model while driving down the road!

This one is primarily hunting/fishing, my wife and got tired of beating up our beautiful 2008 Avalanche 4WD and decided to go a more purpose-built route. Lots of great roads and trails in SW Montana, but a smaller vehicle works much better than a Suburban sized truck (but not as comfortable).

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