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hermie 11-24-2006 07:09 AM

1992 jeep wrangler w/ lift, 33" tires, 6" flares, $2500.00 check out the pics
 
I have a 1992 jeep wrangler with 6" wide fender flares, 5 - 33" bfg mud terrains, a reverse shackle conversion, a suspension lift and a 4 cylinder motor. Needs a little work but drives nice and handles good for a jeep. Has 2" receiver front and back. Nice spare tire bumper rack. Stainless steel hardware. I bought it to put a snow plow on but it is a little high.
It is about 20 minutes west of cleveland, ohio.

Thanks
Brian 440-315-1461

Angler1979 12-06-2006 05:20 PM

looks like a complete rust bucket

Vector6 12-06-2006 05:52 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Angler1979 (Post 35725)
looks like a complete rust bucket

my thoughts exactly...

amerijeep 12-06-2006 06:30 PM

hermie, have you considered parting it out? I think you would come out better and I know many of us would be interested in some of the parts.

hermie 12-08-2006 02:56 AM

complete rust bucket????

I put a plow on it and I am keeping it anyways.

I do have a 91 renegade that I may part out. The frame is rotted and the floors are bad.

Brian

whiteyj 12-08-2006 06:47 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by hermie (Post 36233)
complete rust bucket????

I put a plow on it and I am keeping it anyways.

I do have a 91 renegade that I may part out. The frame is rotted and the floors are bad.

Brian

One man's plow is another man's "complete rust bucket".

amerijeep 12-08-2006 06:52 PM

We mean no offense hermie. I love the YJ. We just don't see that kind of rust on the body panels in the south. From what I hear, it is a northern thing and is common.

Angler1979 12-16-2006 03:33 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by amerijeep (Post 36424)
We mean no offense hermie. I love the YJ. We just don't see that kind of rust on the body panels in the south. From what I hear, it is a northern thing and is common.

What he said!

Odhinn 12-16-2006 05:24 AM

Thats definately not a complete rust bucket for the area it is in. Due to the use of salt on the roads in the winter, and the age of the Jeep I,m actually surprised the fenders are still there, and probably wouldn't be there if (I assume) it hadn't been washed after every snowstorm or everytime It was accosted by a passing Salt truck. Thats the one thing I don't miss about being up North, and would probably store my TJ in the winter and buy a winter driver (jeep of course) Or have undercoating and sealer put on my TJ.

Krusty_Zipper 03-20-2007 12:25 AM

Hello

Was wondering if you have figured out what you are doin with your jeep know that winter is gone???

SportsGal501 03-20-2007 06:02 AM

Which is why I will be going to the self service car wash this
morning,hosing the heifer down and washing my Jeep again on Thursday.


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