I haven't had it long enough to see if it is leaking at all. But where the PO had it parked, I did not notice any oil spots or anything so it may not have any (doubtful) but I have had it parked for 7 hours now and will check in the morning. I will also take pictures of the highlift mount tomorrow. It is mounted on a custom bumper so if yours is stock it won't be exact but you will be able to get a decent idea from it. I also believe all the axle transfer case and gears are stock for a laredo. Haven't got around to listing everything it has, but I will get to it when I get more time to check the every inch of it. I don't think I will buy wheels and tires yet so I am not parting them out for at least a couple months.
I'm guessing it has about a 4 inch lift maybe a 6? Anyone have a better guess? I know it has Rancho shocks that will be replaced because I am not a Rancho fan. Also are the Poison Spyder fenders really completely bolt on/no cutting and no moving of stuff inside the engine compartment like it says on the website? (need to get rid of the hack job the PO did)
And yes I do like my purchase. The stuff that is wrong with it, is all stuff I planned on changing anyway, so no hard feelings either way.
Oh I am excited about spending money...been saving for a few months just to buy the darn thing, now that I have it I can't wait to spend more on it. I need weekend projects to keep me occupied and now that I have something to build on I should be set for most of the summer!
I have had mine since 94 .Congrats! Now you need to do two things 1 get rid of the diamond plate back corners they cause more rot than salt water ;next put one piece axles in the back.You will thank me later when you are not stuck on a trail with spun axles. Mine was really the coolest ooch that I ever had when the tire fell off with the hub still attached.