I am still trying to come up with mine, every name that I have thought of is totally inappropriate. I am open to suggestions. My jeep is a 1989 yj, it's got black paint, a 4 inch lift kit, black out rims, and all black tires. Could I get some help?
Sapa. It's Lakota for, black.
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48 CJ-2A, Bone stock except it has Allstate locking hubs.
86 CJ-7, 4.0 HO, AX-15, D-30, AMC-20
84 CJ-7, YJ tub and fenders, 258 ci, T-176, D-30, D-44 Trutracs F/R, 4.27s, 33s
77-90ish Wagoneer/TJ/CJ Yard Sale Special, 360AMC, TH400, Quadratrac, D-44s F/R, 3.07s, 34" LTBs.
I named my jeep junk after replacing the motor front axel and now the replacement motor blew only after 6 months. Unfortunately, said loosely, I'm no longer a jeep driver. Just bought a Nissan Pathfinder. Still have the jeep in the back yard. Anyone need any parts from a 99' Grand Cherokee Limited?
I named mine "Pritchard" after the last name of the former owner whom past away. The very nice ol lady had a very hard time letting it go so I promised her I'd take care of er. She doesn't know yet but I'm considering getting the name painted small on one side of the bumper so when I go to visit her this summer she knows it really is in good hands. They dumped a lot of money into and only got a few good years out of the 04' Rubicon before he passed on and she had it sitting in their shop for another year and a half. Tried selling it once before but didn't have the heart to do it so I got pretty lucky to come across such a complete modified Jeep with only 13,250 miles at the time for a 8 year old vehicle. Lucky me!
My YJ had a 4.2 with the aftermarket fuel injection kit. I guess the owner did the modifying and didn't replace the exhaust system. As a result, the pipes were too close to the frame. When the first and second plug got dirty, and the Jeep started to run rough (every six months or so), the pipes would hit the frame and make a godawful racket. It was grey, so I named it Thumper.