you still going to need the extra power going off road in sand and mud, but if you're thinking of building your own then you can modify it laterI'm looking for a '97 - '00 TJ. Will I regret buying a 4cyl instead of a 6cyl? I plan on 4x4, but not rock climbing. Thank you in advance.
In my opinion yes, in other people's opinion no. Drive both decide what you like. If you plan to lift and run bigger tires the 4.0 will be much more forgiving and easier to drive IMO. Gonna be preference more than anything but how many 6 cyl to 4 cyl swaps do you see? Compared to the tons of 4cyl to 6cyl swapI'm looking for a '97 - '00 TJ.
Will I regret buying a 4cyl instead of a 6cyl? I plan on 4x4, but not rock climbing.
Thank you in advance.
The 4 cylinder is adequate for most jobs. Just not going up hill very fast.You will hate yourself and your Jeep if you buy the 4 cyl. Sorry and apologies to the 4 banger croud but the Jeep is a steel vehicle and is there fore heavy. the 4 cylinder is not adequate for the job.