Hey guys im new to this and im looking for a jeep wrangler tj and i found one but idk bout the price seesm low for what it has to offer here the link to it.....any help with be great thanks!!!!!! 2001 Jeep Wrangler TJ 4.6L Stroker
Dont know about a 4.6L but besides that it's WAY to good to be true!!! Like the old adage If it's too good to be true...probably is. Cant hurt to go look at it, but if it's one of those send me the money type things and they'll ship it then it's DEF BS. Good luck
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Nice sounding Jeep but if you really intend to wheel it and want the potential to install a rear locker, bigger tires, etc., ask the seller if it has the standard Dana 35c rear axle or the optional upgraded Dana 44 rear axle which is far stronger which is strong enough for bigger tires and a locker. The standard Dana 35c axle is not. It is much easier and cheaper to find a Jeep like that with the upgraded Dana 44 rear axle already installed than it is to buy one with the standard Dana 35c and have to pay to upgrade or replace it later.
Not to mention that since he stroked that engine, no telling how much it has been driven REALLY hard.
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It's a scam, they copy someone's else add and post it. If you make contact, they'll tell you they are in another state, country, military, etc and need to ship it. That's when they take your money and run. Unless you can put your hands on it, and you can tell it is not a salvage title (CARFAX, good look over by a mechanic), it is almost always too good to be true.
Its complete BS and I flagged it. I get sick and tired of seeing those ads on c-list. Some people actually like to try to use it for legitimate purposes but you always have some d-bags trying to rip people off. Keep looking man. There is something legitimate out there for a good price for you. Good luck!
Brandon Sutter EMT-P
2002 Jeep Wrangler, 65,000 miles, 2" Pro-Comp Lift, 31" All-Terrains, aftermarket front and rear bumpers, tuffy overhead radio lockbox
Saw the same one posted in the providence craigslist today. Hate these scammers. Getting us all excited for nothing. I got my Jeep and most parts on craigslist, but it amazes me how many legit people post things and then never ever respond-or respond a week later saying available. By that time I've always already bought new. Goodluck on your search though. You will find it. Took me searching everyday for 3 months on CL!