|09-20-2012 10:53 PM|
|elliottzone||Thanks for the suggestion, I'll repost over there.|
|09-20-2012 08:09 AM|
Because this is the newbie check-in area, you may not get the answers you are looking for. I suggest you check out this area and post you questions there:
YJ Jeep Wrangler Forum - Jeep Wrangler Forum
In the mean time . . .
Welcome to the forum!
|09-20-2012 07:54 AM|
|09-20-2012 06:54 AM|
|JDsDream||Welcome to the Forum|
|09-20-2012 06:41 AM|
|09-20-2012 05:41 AM|
Man, when i was in university i used to bomb around in my dad's '02 jimmy.
i loved that truck!
thats one of the main reasons i bought a jeep, since they don't make jimmys anymore.
(also, obv the jeep owns the jimmy)
|09-20-2012 03:55 AM|
|MrSig||and enjoy the forum!|
|09-20-2012 12:16 AM|
Welcome! I am also pretty new to all of this, so I will let some of the veterans point you in the right direction. Sounds like a great project. Enjoy
|09-19-2012 10:44 PM|
Howdy from up north
Hi folks, just picked up a '95 Wrangler YJ Sahara (4L, manual) as a bit of a fun / project vehicle, which is something I've been wanting to do since I first drove one in high school (which was a couple of reunions ago
I've hummed and hawed on one for years, especially since I also have a fun / project 84 Jimmy (which is probably going to get sold now.)
I've read through lots of the forum postings and will be looking at the cheap / easy mods thread, which is really useful since mine seems pretty stock other than the aftermarket tube bumpers.
So, besides the cheap / easy mods, what would be some of the first things / mods / upgrades you'd do to a "new to you" Jeep? (Other than the obvious things like fluid & filter replacements, hose & belt checks, etc, etc.) Tires are in good shape so those will stay as is for now.
The thing that's most important to me is having a rock-solid vehicle that's super reliable, especially in the crappy, snowy, cold winters we get up here. I don't care too much about looks right now. That will come later.
Thanks in advance for any suggestions or ideas you have.