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Old 08-21-2019, 10:10 PM
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I got bored... so I got this!!!

I got bored waiting for the JL EcoDiesel so I got this to tide me over until the Unicorn finally makes an appearance.

1994 Jeep YJ

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4.0L 6 Cylinder (400 Miles on Rebuilt),
5 Speed manual transmission,
Factory A/C,
Sony AM/FM stereo with cross bar speakers,
Mastercraft bucket front seats,
Single exhaust,
15″ steel wheels,
33" BFG A/T tires
4:56 gears
Heavy duty chromoly front axle,
Detroit lockers front and rear,
XRC Winch,
XRC front bumper with heavy duty shackle hangers,
4 1/2″ Leaf spring suspension lift,
Sway bar disconnects
Slip yoke eliminator,
Hard top and bikini top,
Steel tube rear bumper with tow adapter

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Very nice if you don't mind me asking how much was it
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Very nice if you don't mind me asking how much was it
I paid $8900 but Jeeps are hard to price especially when modified. Stock KBB for my market area is $4500-7300 with $6500 average. I added up all the mods I would want out the gate and this one fell $4k under without labor. My goal was to find a decent mechanically sound turn-key so could hit the trails and not have to do a lot of wrenching. Haha, didn’t last—I have parts on order already (door seals, wipers, grab handles and such.)

My son's excitement was worth every penny. He's nicknamed it the "Bad A$$ Jeep" If only the driver was bad a$$ still figuring out off-roading
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Very nice if you don't mind me asking how much was it
I paid $8900 but Jeeps are hard to price especially when modified. Stock KBB for my market area is $4500-7300 with $6500 average. I added up all the mods I would want out the gate and this one fell $4k under without labor. My goal was to find a decent mechanically sound turn-key so could hit the trails and not have to do a lot of wrenching. Haha, didn’t last—I have parts on order already (door seals, wipers, grab handles and such.)

My son's excitement was worth every penny. He's nicknamed it the "Bad A$$ Jeep" If only the driver was bad a$$ [IMG class=inlineimg]https://www.wranglerforum.com/../images/smilies/worthy.gif[/IMG] still figuring out off-roading
with four wheels instead of two.


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That's not to ridiculous with everything done it looks really clean
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That's a good looking rig... I wouldn't trade it for two jl's unless I was gonna sell em and buy another one like it.
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Welcome to the Forum Donncada,

$8,900.00 seems like a lot of dough for a 25 year old vehicle until you consider the apparent good condition and the mods that you would have done to a $5000.00 Jeep in the same condition without the mods.

Once you start having fun with the current ride, a $50,000 - $60,000 JL EcoDiesel might not have the same appeal that it once did.
Plus, the YJ has an amount of "Cool" that the JL won't have until it's 25 years old (if it lasts that long).
How old is your son? Is he close to driving age? He might press you to buy the JL so that he can inherit using the YJ.

Post some more pics. We all like to see what the other guy has.

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Welcome to the Forum Donncada,

$8,900.00 seems like a lot of dough for a 25 year old vehicle until you consider the apparent good condition and the mods that you would have done to a $5000.00 Jeep in the same condition without the mods.

Once you start having fun with the current ride, a $50,000 - $60,000 JL EcoDiesel might not have the same appeal that it once did.
Plus, the YJ has an amount of "Cool" that the JL won't have until it's 25 years old (if it lasts that long).
How old is your son? Is he close to driving age? He might press you to buy the JL so that he can inherit using the YJ.

Post some more pics. We all like to see what the other guy has.

Good Luck, L.M.

Agreed--the YJ is a blast!!

The idea was to have some fun on local trails until the EcoDiesel is finally released as I am looking to do some interstate, overland, and NP circuit trips. The JLU fits the bill for this.

My son is going on fourteen so yeah! Even Mom is siding with keeping the YJ for him. Since he is the one son that likes to wrench with me; I am leaning toward it being a nice surprise to hand him the keys when we gets his license--Assuming the YJ survives that long .

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That is actually not bad for that condition. If everything is working good, saves you a lot of money fixing things, just enjoy it. Fun cost money too.
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4.0/AX-15, A/C, nice hardtop, doors, and paint (presumably), a bunch of nice parts, that is a nice YJ for the money.
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Nice YJ.
I fondly remember the 94 YJ Sport I bought new in 94. Great Jeep.
My wife actually drove it to work 110 miles a day.
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Donncada that is a nice Jeep! It looks to be in great condition and with a new motor to boot. I’m doing the same with my thirteen year old son. But we got a cheap Jeep that was a diamond in the rough and is ending up to be a nice one after a lot of TLC and fiddling. We will have similar money into it when done so you saved on a lot of labor!
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4.0/AX-15, A/C, nice hardtop, doors, and paint (presumably), a bunch of nice parts, that is a nice YJ for the money.
Yeah, the respray was done by the owner and amateurish at that--but not looking to enter beauty contest.

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Donncada that is a nice Jeep! It looks to be in great condition and with a new motor to boot. I’m doing the same with my thirteen year old son. But we got a cheap Jeep that was a diamond in the rough and is ending up to be a nice one after a lot of TLC and fiddling. We will have similar money into it when done so you saved on a lot of labor!
Awesome, after only three weeks ownership--we are already racking up a project list on the whiteboard. Some of which are just my OCD.

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Yep, change all fluids from the front axle all the way to the back axle and everything in between. Just for a good starting point and piece of mind.
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Post some more pics. We all like to see what the other guy has.

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Nice! If you do serious off road driving, that winch will come in handy.
Air conditioning and you should have the desired external clutch slave cylinder.
Good gears for the 33" tires too. It looks ready to go.

What to do about that back seat. I can't tell if it's a fold & tumble or not.
I wonder what it would cost to have it re-upholstered. The front seats look to be cloth and vinyl, but it's difficult to tell.
The back seat being a different color doesn't detract from the rest of the Jeep, but it stands out because the rest of the Jeep is so nice.

I bet your first post made Rubisean1's heart pucker.
What's on the whiteboard project list?

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Nice! If you do serious off road driving, that winch will come in handy.
Air conditioning and you should have the desired external clutch slave cylinder.
Good gears for the 33" tires too. It looks ready to go.

What to do about that back seat. I can't tell if it's a fold & tumble or not.
I wonder what it would cost to have it re-upholstered. The front seats look to be cloth and vinyl, but it's difficult to tell.
The back seat being a different color doesn't detract from the rest of the Jeep, but it stands out because the rest of the Jeep is so nice.

I bet your first post made Rubisean1's heart pucker.
What's on the whiteboard project list?

Good Luck, L.M.
Yeah! "ready to go" was kinda the point or I would have hunted for an unmolested YJ and then of course spent way more money "upgrading". Is it a hundred percent to my liking?--No. But I'll learn a bit on someone else dime. The one thing I am struggling with are the Detroit Lockers front and rear.

The seats are a funny thing--and, yes the rear is a fold and tumble (already removed for camping gear)... I was actually looking to dump the race seats for OEM because I like original "looking".
But then, other jeepers that have taken it for a spin are like--keep the MasterCraft they keep you cradled. So it comes down to originality versus functionality . I think with this purchase folks know where I am going.

Gotta run.., Sean's YJ pucker factor and Project List to be continued...
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MasterCraft Seats: My favorite thing is they stay cool/ventilate well.

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Interestingly, I hated the few mastercraft (and most other racing style) seats I've set in...
I very much dislike the side bolsters and while I know they make a reclining version the ones I've set in have been fixed....

You MAY well grow to love em but don't keep em just because other people do.... it's YOUR arse in em.
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Sean I did a double take too, I even went back to check the date on the thread to see if this was some earlier iteration of the ‘Rubisean’ before the current flares, wheels, tires, etc. I knew you had done the prep and spray work though, so I was like “WTH?”.... color is close, at least in pics!

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Here are the MasterCraft Seats...

John I am a Mastercraft fan too, have had them in a number of vehicles over the years. The attached pics are the second set in my current YJ, previous set got installed in another project.

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Interestingly, I hated the few mastercraft (and most other racing style) seats I've set in...
I very much dislike the side bolsters and while I know they make a reclining version the ones I've set in have been fixed....

You MAY well grow to love em but don't keep em just because other people do.... it's YOUR arse in em.
I have had a couple sets that were not my favorite seats, particular when I climb out of one of our 4WD vehicles with suspension seats and into something late model or one of our resto-mod American cars with Corbeau’s or some other quality manufactured seat. However, the later model Mastercraft seats (even the fixed back versions) have stepped up a bit with minute changes in suspension technologies, and the lumbar supports actually make them much more bearable for long miles between ‘wheeling destinations. Like you said, some people dislike the bolsters, and depending upon driving style, certainly not a necessity.
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Wow, nice Jeep... Damn it--now I see more upgrades. I joined the forum half expecting to run into the previous owner and yours caught me for a second.

Is that s specific paint code? Not a fan of the Blue Pearl coats on JK/JLs--This one just seemed to work on the YJ.


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Sean I did a double take too, I even went back to check the date on the thread to see if this was some earlier iteration of the ‘Rubisean’ before the current flares, wheels, tires, etc. I knew you had done the prep and spray work though, so I was like “WTH?”.... color is close, at least in pics!



John I am a Mastercraft fan too, have had them in a number of vehicles over the years. The attached pics are the second set in my current YJ, previous set got installed in another project.



I have had a couple sets that were not my favorite seats, particular when I climb out of one of our 4WD vehicles with suspension seats and into something late model or one of our resto-mod American cars with Corbeau’s or some other quality manufactured seat. However, the later model Mastercraft seats (even the fixed back versions) have stepped up a bit with minute changes in suspension technologies, and the lumbar supports actually make them much more bearable for long miles between ‘wheeling destinations. Like you said, some people dislike the bolsters, and depending upon driving style, certainly not a necessity.
Very nice interior... Like the steering wheel.

{NTS:Stop looking John--the list of mods is adding up!!!}

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Very nice interior... Like the steering wheel.

{NTS:Stop looking John--the list of mods is adding up!!!}

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I got bored waiting for the JL EcoDiesel so I got this to tide me over until the Unicorn finally makes an appearance.

1994 Jeep YJ

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4.0L 6 Cylinder (400 Miles on Rebuilt),
5 Speed manual transmission,
Factory A/C,
Sony AM/FM stereo with cross bar speakers,
Mastercraft bucket front seats,
Single exhaust,
15″ steel wheels,
33" BFG A/T tires
4:56 gears
Heavy duty chromoly front axle,
Detroit lockers front and rear,
XRC Winch,
XRC front bumper with heavy duty shackle hangers,
4 1/2″ Leaf spring suspension lift,
Sway bar disconnects
Slip yoke eliminator,
Hard top and bikini top,
Steel tube rear bumper with tow adapter

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Nice looking ride. If is as good as it looks and considering the mods I would say you got a good deal. At some point I will trade my 2005 TJ off and pick up a YJ. Hope to find one as good as that one.
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I got bored waiting for the JL EcoDiesel so I got this to tide me over until the Unicorn finally makes an appearance.

1994 Jeep YJ

https://www.wranglerforum.com/jeep-profiles/368479/





4.0L 6 Cylinder (400 Miles on Rebuilt),
5 Speed manual transmission,
Factory A/C,
Sony AM/FM stereo with cross bar speakers,
Mastercraft bucket front seats,
Single exhaust,
15″ steel wheels,
33" BFG A/T tires
4:56 gears
Heavy duty chromoly front axle,
Detroit lockers front and rear,
XRC Winch,
XRC front bumper with heavy duty shackle hangers,
4 1/2″ Leaf spring suspension lift,
Sway bar disconnects
Slip yoke eliminator,
Hard top and bikini top,
Steel tube rear bumper with tow adapter

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Nice looking ride. If is as good as it looks and considering the mods I would say you got a good deal. At some point I will trade my 2005 TJ off and pick up a YJ. Hope to find one as good as that one.
Thanks Royce,
I’m hearing the YJs are becoming more popular—Ironic!

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Not a big sunrise to me. My 94 was a much better jeep than my 2005. The TJ was just the first step in what became the JK, the most capable mini van on the road.

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