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Old 12-20-2005, 12:38 PM   #1
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new to jeeps. need advice on the smallest jeep types.

ive always been a small car and motorcycle person. im a maneuverability fan. max speed and size doesnt mean mutch to me, i prefer small vehicles, with great acceleration. what would be the smallest jeep types/models?

thx alot in advance, a website would be great. i cant seem to find one myself.

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Old 12-20-2005, 12:53 PM   #2
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Try the following: Wrangler is the smallest..
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Yep - CJ-7 (classic Jeep)/YJ (87-95 Jeep)/TJs (97+) are the same wheelbase class of roughly 92". The more recent model you go the more maneuvarble they get; the TJ has the smallest turning radius of the bunch.

CJ-5, CJ-3s are even shorter with about an 81" wheelbase; but at that point the wheelbase becomes more of a hinderance than a help. That at because of the older steering setup and axles, the turning radius is usually larger than your average Wrangler.
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