Is a 2005 Wrangler LJ, 87k Inline 6 auto a good find
Just purchased my first Jeep and wondering how this engine and transmission will hold up. I have heard good things, but thought I would ask you pros. Any advice in servicing and tips and things would be helpful. Thanks.
Don't believe this crap "just empty every pocket " ! You can spend alot of money if you go crazy with modifications but , not nessesary .You have a great Jeep with the best engine ever put in a Jeep . Change all the fluids , make sure everything is tight , or bring it to a good shop for an inspection . Keep up on maintenence and the Jeep will last you for a very long time . Just remember , any thing you build for high performance will require more repairs , upkeep , and maintenence . Good luck , nice Jeep
Wheels are the round metal things that are holding your tires .Tires are the round rubber things that are on the street . You probably are talking about buying bigger tires , right ? You don't really want taller wheels and if you do , you will have to buy tires anyway . If you buy taller wheels , tires are alot more expensive for taller wheels . When you go big with tires , sometimes , depending on what kind of axles you have and what kind of 4 wheeling you do , You can start breaking axle gears and possibly other parts . Do yourself a favor , go 4 wheeling just the way it is after changing all fluids and tightening all bolts . Don't change anything until you know your Jeep and understand how it works and are very experienced with it .Then consider skid plates , slightly taller tires , bumpers and a winch , not nessesarily in that order .You don't have to do what alot of other people do , huge tires wear out parts fast and alot of people are wrenching on their Jeeps instead of wheeling them .