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2004 Lifted Grand Cherokee

FOR SALE: $8,000 OBO
2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Special Edition
- 4.0L Engine
- 165k Miles
- 6.5" Long arm suspension
- Bilstein 5100 shocks
- Addco rear swaybar (not installed)
- Clayton Offroad Adjustable Front Trackbar 9/16 bolt upgrade
- Fox Performance Steering Stabilizer
- Ironman Fab 4x4 Aluminum Tie Rod & Drag Link with Moog Rod Ends
- 17" Method NV Wheels
- 35" Mickey Thompson MTZ
- Dana 30 Front Axle with Yukon Grizzly Locker (Detroit Locker) regeared to 4.88 using Yukon R&P
- Dana 35 Rear Axle Open Diff regeared to 4.88 using Yukon R&P
- 241 Transfer case from a JK (2.72:1) I swapped this in to have a fixed rear yoke so no need for SYE. The internals of the 241 are also stronger than 231/242/247 that you would find from other Grand Cherokees/Cherokees. Only problem is the transfer case shifter is now backwards. Novak Conversions is in the process of making an adjustable cable that would fix this. Not a big deal to me. 4LO is all the way forward and 2HI is all the way back (opposite of what console reads).
- Tom Woods Double Cardan 1310 Driveshafts Front and Rear
- ARB Deluxe Front Bumper
- Smittybilt winch (not working currently, go figure! Should have gone with warn)
- Warn HID offroad lights (one bulb is out)
- Tinted Windows
- New factory exhaust
- New Headlights/Tail Lights
- Black leather interior (no tears in seats all good condition)
- Navigation/DVD Capable headunit
- LED interior lighting

I have a bunch of spare parts and accessories that I can include with sale. The Jeep looks good in pictures but it does have scratches and dents from going offroad. No death wobble, but it does have a slight vibration. A lot of new parts in the past year; power steering pump/pulley, idler pulley, belt tensioner, motor mounts, transmission mount, hood struts, trunk struts, radiator, water pump, thermostat, battery (optima yellow top), spark plugs, air filter, much more I am sure I am leaving out. There are some oil leaks visible from underneath coming from valve cover and rear main seal not enough to make a drip on the ground but there are leaks. I have fixed a lot of the stupid annoying things that WJ's are plagued with. I daily drive this Jeep every day 20 miles to work on 285 going 80mph no problem.

Have any questions feel free to call/text 7703780653

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Tires are basically new. Less than 3,000 miles on them purchased in February 2018

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