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Old 05-04-2011, 03:22 PM   #1
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Question Should I buy a Jeep?

I have been driving a 4x4 Truck for years and I am considering buying a Jeep. The main reason is I want something more fun to drive - I will go with a manual transmission. However, I dont know anything about owning a Jeep. Wanted to see if you guys could ponint me in the right direction. I will not be doing any heavy off road adventures. I own 400 acres and there is a road about 3/4 miles long I will drive on that gets muddy and rutted up - that would be the extent for the most part. Here are my questions
1. Are they as "realiable" as most other vehicles?
2. Any benefit to having one model over another?
3. I will be buying used, anything I should be on the look out for - signs of abuse, specific model year to stay away from?
4. I own a 700 Grizzly that I would be towing on a 10 foot trailer. Any issues with this?

Thanks for any advice you can give.

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My 2000 Jeep TJ has been more reliable than other vehicles I've owned, but maybe thats because I like it more and take care of it better. Mine is right at 100K and still going strong.

A Rubicon model will have upgraded axles and skid plates(?) for offroading. But if you're buying used you might find one that is already upgraded if thats what you want.

If you are considering a Jeep that has a suspension lift, find out how much, brand, etc. If it has larger tires, were the axles regeared?
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Just remember J.K. stands for Just Kidding. So get a T.J.
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Sure that isn't Total Joke ?
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Go with a YJ (1987-1995)...real jeeps have square headlights
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Oh.... Here we go!! A jeeps a jeep, unless it's a liberty or a compass.... And then we can make fun of you
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Thumbs down ugh I deleted a long response to your questions.. sorry Grizz

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I have been driving a 4x4 Truck for years and I am considering buying a Jeep. The main reason is I want something more fun to drive - I will go with a manual transmission. However, I dont know anything about owning a Jeep. Wanted to see if you guys could ponint me in the right direction. I will not be doing any heavy off road adventures. I own 400 acres and there is a road about 3/4 miles long I will drive on that gets muddy and rutted up - that would be the extent for the most part. Here are my questions
1. Are they as "realiable" as most other vehicles?
2. Any benefit to having one model over another?
3. I will be buying used, anything I should be on the look out for - signs of abuse, specific model year to stay away from?
4. I own a 700 Grizzly that I would be towing on a 10 foot trailer. Any issues with this?

Thanks for any advice you can give.

Well I just deleted accidently a big write up in response to all your questions and then some.. So I'm just gonna leave it at WELCOME To WF for now ... Don't have time to write up another specific anwser post.. But will fill in any blanks left by others latter if there are any.. Sorry
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1) Yes... actually a lot more reliable than the car I have now!
2) Each model is different, for example the YJ has leaf springs, while the TJ doesn't. Everyone has their own preference, so I am not going to say if one is better than another. I will say try to get a 6 cylinder, but nothing wrong with the 4.
3) Watch out for rust, look at the undercarriage really well.
4) Not sure about towing, someone else can fill this one in.
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if you're doing any amount of regular towing i would get an lj, which is a stretched tj. more towing capacity and all came with a d44 rear axle.
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I think I've read on here that the 05 & 06 TJ have had some problems, would probably stay away from those.. I'm sure others will add/critize me saying this though. I have an 02 Sport, 90k on it and it is very reliable, but is VERY thirsty lol
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I have an 2003 TJ and i love it.. It has been very reliable to me.. its my Daily Driver and very easy to work on if you need to. I do all my own maintanence, which i enjoy doing. I think 2000 tjs and up have electronic coil for the spark plugs. your gona find everyone has there own opinions of what they like. But if your buying used check everything over real good, Look under it and make sure the whole thing isn't rusted out. If you buy one that is lifted and large tires you can almost guarantee it has been wheeled. The 4.0 will give you better preformance on the highway then the 4 banger. Everything else is up to you and what you like.
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"I have been driving a 4x4 Truck for years and I am considering buying a Jeep. The main reason is I want something more fun to drive - I will go with a manual transmission. However, I dont know anything about owning a Jeep. Wanted to see if you guys could ponint me in the right direction. I will not be doing any heavy off road adventures.

That's easy to say NOW but once you get a taste for it, who knows. It's always a good idea to think forward.

I own 400 acres and there is a road about 3/4 miles long I will drive on that gets muddy and rutted up - that would be the extent for the most part. Here are my questions
1. Are they as "realiable" as most other vehicles?
No more unreliable than anything out there. Like any bucket of bolts, they may have problems here and there. Generally an unmodified Jeep is going to present a less complicated diagnosis of any issues that arise but I still wouldn't shy away from one that is already built if it has been well cared for.

2. Any benefit to having one model over another?
TOTALLY a matter pf personal preference. Each model has its good and bad points. None of them have anything REALLY catastrophic again it falls into personal preference. Coil springs on the TJ (97-6) give a more comfortable ride, the JK (07-current) gets better mileage and so on.

3. I will be buying used, anything I should be on the look out for - signs of abuse, specific model year to stay away from?
Like any other vehicle, there will be evidence of neglect, abuse or damage. On a Jeep the place to look at closely is the undercarriage. Look for scrapes and scratches. Not that have been painted over but in the skid plates and on the control arm brackets and bottom of the differential covers. BUT just because it's been off road doesn't mean it's been abused. Mine is scraped all to hell under there and it's a spoiled, pampered little thing.

4. I own a 700 Grizzly that I would be towing on a 10 foot trailer. Any issues with this?
As mentioned above, a longer wheelbase would be a good idea. SWB Jeeps don't tow very heavy loads well. You may also consider a Rubicon because of the gearing and transfer case. If I were planning on pulling that setup I'd look at the JKU which is the 4 door. Don't pass them by, they are EXTREMELY capable off road with very minor modifications.

Thanks for any advice you can give.

Happy hunting!
Oh, one more thing. You may want to keep that truck. They make a great tow vehicle for when you finally DO get out wheelin and want to trailer your Jeep "just in case you break somethin' "
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Naw...Jeeps ride rough, get poor gas mileage, parts are very expensive, and a host of other problems. I should know, cause I only have two now, and I think I'm on my forth or fifth one in so many years I dont even want to think about it.
I almost bought another one today, I will if he comes down a little, cause I will go up a little.
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I think I've read on here that the 05 & 06 TJ have had some problems, would probably stay away from those.. I'm sure others will add/critize me saying this though. I have an 02 Sport, 90k on it and it is very reliable, but is VERY thirsty lol
Where did you hear the '05/'06 TJ had problems? I haven't had a single problem with my '05. Is there something I don't know?
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Where did you hear the '05/'06 TJ had problems? I haven't had a single problem with my '05. Is there something I don't know?

Ditto on my 06.
The only problems I have had that were related to the manufacturer were that I couldn't keep a stock stereo working for any length of time . The CD changer always went kaput.

Other than that only minor things of no real consequence and things that were caused by wheelin' or mods.

OH wait - warranty had to replace the cats.
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4.0 wranglers are good for towing 2000 pounds (TJs)

grizzly 700s weight 500-600 pounds.
so keep the trailer under 1400 pounds, should be easy since its probably just a trailor big enough for the quad.

towing with wranglers are not ideal, but it can be done.
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4.0 wranglers are good for towing 2000 pounds (TJs)

grizzly 700s weight 500-600 pounds.
so keep the trailer under 1400 pounds, should be easy since its probably just a trailor big enough for the quad.

towing with wranglers are not ideal, but it can be done.
Very true. I towed a 5x8 open motorcycle trailer loaded with race bike, 3 sets of slicks, fuel, various extra parts, as well as having my Jeep LOADED TO THE GILLS from California to Kansas/Kansas to California/California back to Kansas without issue. I weighed the Jeep/trailer fully loaded and it was almost exactly 2000 lbs heavier than just the Jeep alone.

Keep the trailer weight in check and a Wrangler makes a fine (albeit a tiny bit squirrely) tow rig for small loads.
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Go for it. You wont regret it. Do your homework. Drive a TJ, JK, or JKU (4 door) and see what you like. They are vary capable. TJ motors are capable 250k if taken care of. I don't know as much about the JK's as I own a TJ. You can get hard tops and soft tops that came from the factory.

Do a lil research about jeeps and there pricing and then go drive.
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Go for it. You wont regret it. Do your homework. Drive a TJ, JK, or JKU (4 door) and see what you like. They are vary capable. TJ motors are capable 250k if taken care of. I don't know as much about the JK's as I own a TJ. You can get hard tops and soft tops that came from the factory.

Do a lil research about jeeps and there pricing and then go drive.
All joking aside, I will agree...It dosen't really matter what model you drive, once you drive one you'll be hooked...for life
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YES YOU SHOULD! I have a 2006 wrangler TJ and I absolutely love it! It goes anywhere now because its pretty much has a whole new drive tran. i have gone threw 3 rear ends and T-case since I have had it. I havent really talked to any jeepers that have had problems like that but i bet they are out there. Please dont let this make you not want one because you will have the time of your life in a jeep! haha Its a jeep thang!
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You will not regret getting one. just do your research and find the right one
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What ever you do, DO NOT BUY A JEEP PANDA/PHOENIX, or what ever the heck they are calling it. You will be laughed out of every place you go.

Lord only knows what Fiat was thinking.
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What ever you do, DO NOT BUY A JEEP PANDA/PHOENIX, or what ever the heck they are calling it. You will be laughed out of every place you go.

Lord only knows what Fiat was thinking.
TRUE THAT!! looks like a whack version of a smart car
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Well I just deleted accidently a big write up in response to all your questions and then some.. So I'm just gonna leave it at WELCOME To WF for now ... Don't have time to write up another specific anwser post.. But will fill in any blanks left by others latter if there are any.. Sorry

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I posted basically this same reply to a question like your's somewhere. Don't remember where.

My brother-in-law owns an '06 TJ and I have an '07 JK. Over the same roads and trails at the same time we got the same mileage and had no trouble on the trails, some of which were were very rough and at high elevation. Neither of us have had any mechanical problems at all with our respective jeeps. Both are also driven a lot just back and forth and around town. Both receive regular maintenanace, oil and fluid changes, etc. My JK is the easiest thing to park I've driven since I sold my Datsun 2000 roadster. I just whip into parking places that I would drive on by in my Chevy Duramax truck.

The JK has a tiny bit more room inside and rides slightly better. It's not enough to even consider if you run across a nice TJ. If you use the back seat on the two door model the TJ has the JK beat all to pieces on entry. The engineer that designed the JK entry was either very drunk or did it late Friday afternoon and took off early. The right side entry is so annoying that I get in on the driver's side if I have to get in the back seat.

There are too many aftermarket accessories made for each model for me to even try to count. I don't doubt that you can spend more on accessories for either than the vehicle costs. Or you can just drive it stock as it's perfectly capable for most off road travel just as it came from the factory. Not as "cool" but capable.

GET one, they are GREAT FUN and pretty useful too.
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Where did you hear the '05/'06 TJ had problems? I haven't had a single problem with my '05. Is there something I don't know?
I can speak on this from experience..... 05-06's have the ticking time bomb that is the OPDA!
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Do you want a fun vehicle-where you feel you are part of the "club" even if it doesn't look the "same/stock/heavily modded" but you are still a member unless you are rude (don't wave)?
Where it is easy to spend 2 to 3 times the price on your initial investment just to add/get what you think the factory forgot? And the choice of vendors/ manufactures would fill a small phone book? And the available parts a large cataloge.
Do you want a 4wd that is also a convertible? That stock-will out perform most other vehicle in the woods?
Where (depending on your choice) it is almost as easy to work on as a lawnmower? (more geegaws more chances for problems)
Reliability-there is a reason that Jeep/Chrysler/AMC used the same I6 for over 50 years.

And as a nod to the JK's---the Chrysler mini-van engines are known for out-living the rest of the vehicle. How long have they been around? almost 30 years?

Towing-Small trailer and quad PROBABLY all right-depends---Are you towing in snow storms, up hill, in winter time? Or just sometimes? Have seen people towing 17'bassboats with TJ's around here--I wouldn't try it but......

One last thing-you will either love or hate the Jeep. If you Love it---- all I can say is welcome to the addiction. If you hate it sorry I don't understand

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