|03-01-2008 08:05 PM|
|crafty||That is a nice looking YJ but a 4cyl with 33's will not like highway speeds. If it is a rust free southern jeep that is a somewhat descent price with those mods and including that Ford 8.8 extra axle.|
|03-01-2008 01:59 PM|
Here is another one i found let me know what you all think about this one
NO TRADES-CASH ONLY!!! 1993 jeep wrangler yj with long list of new parts:
front rock crusher bumper with heavy duty recovery points with hooks
black powdercoated diamond plate rock sliders, rear corners,and tailgate kit
2 offroad 6" lights, hi lift jack
4" fabtec lift springs, 2" body lift, 1" shackle lift runs excellent,
has 4 cyl with 5 speed manual, 163k miles
4 wheels great, dana 30 and 35 with 4:11 gears, extra ford explorer 8.8 with
disc brakes and 4:11 gears to upgrade dana 35 if it ever gives up.
33" bf goodrich tires on polished modern aluminum wheels
chrome grill and headlight bezels
clutch and alternater
exhaust manifold, catalytic converter, muffler, tailpipe
smittybilt 6 speaker sound bar, sony cd player, amp, 10" bass subwoofer
cb, 2 little door dings, otherwise clean and straight
new tabs with emmissions paperwork
title in hand, $6000 obo
|02-29-2008 08:24 PM|
Way too much $$$...
Look for a 6cyl as the 4cyl won't make it any easier on gas, and the 6cyls last longer.
|02-29-2008 08:19 PM|
|SouthernBoy||what you guys think i found a 1995 wrangler with 100K miles 4cyl 5 speed looks to be in good condition for $5999|
|02-29-2008 08:24 AM|
|02-29-2008 05:16 AM|
If you don't mind the hassle of carbs and less than desirable gas mileage, you can go for a CJ or an early (87-90) YJ. The leaf springs are better in mud, but thats just my opinion.
|02-28-2008 11:55 PM|
|02-27-2008 09:24 PM|
for around 7grand you would be looking at early 97-99 TJ's then YJ's or CJ's. Anything newer then those years and then you might wana question why they are that cheap.
What are you looking for a daily driver or weekend warrior?
|02-27-2008 09:19 PM|
|nicolas-eric||hello jeff and welcome to WF...!|
|02-27-2008 09:17 PM|
Welcome to the best Jeep Wrangler Forum ever created! Regarding your budget and what you're looking for, take some time. You'll find some good buys if you watch the newspaper od Trader ads closely. It will probably be found in the individual ads and definitely not a dealer's ad. It'll happen! Again, welcome!
|02-25-2008 07:04 AM|
|tet1070||It depends on what you want to do with it. All of them has their good points and bad, depends on who you ask what those are. Welcome to the forum.|
|02-25-2008 06:07 AM|
|02-25-2008 12:44 AM|
|crafty||Will it be your daily driver or weekend toy? You want a stocker or something that has some build to it already? Welcome to the site|
|02-24-2008 10:16 PM|
|slf41002||Hello and welcome.I am kind of new to all this myself but my opinion would be a Wrangler TJ around 97-99 for that money.For that money I would look for 97-98 with less than 110,000 miles.Maybe someone with more Jeep experiance will come back to ya but that is my 2 cents.|
|02-24-2008 09:30 PM|
New to Forum and Jeep Life
Hello all I'm Jeff and i am stationed at Fort Lewis, WA. I am looking into getting a Jeep only problem is that I know nothing about one. My budget for a Jeep is around $7,000. I am wanting to know whats the best Jeep to look for and exactly what is high miles for a Jeep? How many miles is a Jeep good for? I mean i know like Toyota as a good 250K mile life and so forth but i dont know about a Jeep. So with al this basically what is the difference in Jeeps and the best one to go for? (YJ, CJ, Wrangler etc..)