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Gatzby
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Johnson City

Jeep Information

Year:1995

Model:Base

Engine:2.5

Transmission:Stock

Transfer Case:Unknown

Front Axle:Stock

Rear Axle:8" ford

Axle Gear Ratio:4:88

Suspension:8" SOA

Tires:37" SS

Wheels:Black Pacer

Armor:Rear diamond plated guards, tj fender flares, truck steps, 10 gallon gas tank convertion

Recovery Gear:D rings. Recovery strap

Accessories:Hurst shifter

Future Modifications:winch, rear tire carrier bumper, paint


I got this baby about a month ago but haven't had a chance to register it here yet. In this case, this yj was bought not built. I hate that but it was too good of a deal to pass up. First off, yes...the jeep is running 37's with a 4cyl engine. I'm not a fan of that setup, but i do plan to drop something bigger in it if i decide to keep it. It actually gets up and goes pretty well and I haven't had trouble with it offroad even in 2wd. It only has 95000 on the body, and the engine was rebuilt at 90000, so it only has 5k. I got the jeep, an extra rear bumper, tube style sidesteps, half/soft doors, and a buttload of extra hardware with it for only $4000. In my opinion that's a steal. The only thing that really needs fixing on it is the steering. I think it needs a longer pitman arm but I'm not certain. Just has loose steering. That's about it, so far I'm enjoying being part of the square headlight family!

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AroostookYJ
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04-25-2014, 11:25 AM
Check your steering box for movement. There are aftermarket braces available that help tighten things up. Could also check tie-rod ends for wear.







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