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Current Ride 1997 Jeep Wrangler
Garage: 2 Rides
New Jersey, United States

My 1997 Jeep Wrangler Sport has a 4.0L I6, AX-15 5spd manual transmission. D30 Front, D35 Rear, 4.56 gears, and open diffs. The paint is the factory "Citron Green."

currenlty setup with:
Optima Yellowtop
3 inch black diamong lift
Old Man Emu Steering stabilizer
Heavy Duty Drag Link
MBRP Cat Back
Magnaflow Cat
AEV Wheels
33 inch BFG all terrains
JKS Sway bar disconnects
Bestop Super Top
Bestop Rear Tire Carrier
CJ Style Side Mirrors
Drake Offroad Aluminum radiator
Skid Row Radiator Skid Plate
Kirby Steering Box Skid
Uniden CB Radio
External PA
Pioneer Head Unit
ProClip USA Phone Mount
Riddler D35 Diff Cover

future mods:
TeraFlex BellyUp Skid Plate
TeraFlex CV Rear Driveshaft
G2 Dana 44 Rear w Detroit TrueTrac and Disc Brakes
JKS Control Arms

last time edited on Feb 10, 2014 at 3:14pm

  When I bought the Jeep it had a set of Goodyear MT tires on it.  With some steering and suspension issues, the tires were gone in only a few thousand miles.  The Jeep was my daily driver at this point, so I wanted a less aggressive tire that would still perform well off road.  The set of BFG All Terrains that I put on the Wrangler after fixing the issues has lasted 5 years and 70,000 miles, and there is still plenty of tread left on them.  They perform really well off ...

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     I learned my lesson the hard way... don't go wheeling when you know you have a leaky radiator.  I knew i had a small leak in the radiator, and promised myself I'd fix it after the trip.  About half way through the day, the lower pastic tank cracked.  I'm guessign there was a small crack in it already, and the added pressure just blew it out. We had to limp it back to the parking lot after macgyvering it together with super glue and a rock.  My friend ...

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