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Fully loaded from the factory, then extensively customized.
1998 Daniel Boone Jeep Jamboree USA Rodeo trophy winner
1998 Wabash Summer Fest featured vehicle by 4x44u.com

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Factory options:
4.0 liter FI, AT, SelecTrac Transfer Case, PS, PW, PDL, CC, ABS, dual power leather seats, AM/FM cass, keyless entry, heated mirrors, trip computer in overhead console, tow package, limited slip differential, skid plates, tow hooks

Modifications:
Airbox replaced with K&N cone filter
Jacobs UltraTeam Ignition
DynoMax exhaust
4.56:1 gear conversion (from 3.73:1)
Explorer Pro Comp 3" suspension lift
ARB Air Lockers front and rear
BF Goodrich Mud Terrain T/A 31x10.50 mounted on original Grand Cherokee rims (spare is brand new on an aftermarket rim)
Custom built by New Venture Gear NP242AMG Hummer version of SelecTrac transfer case
Explorer ES9000 shocks
Custom front driveshaft
JKS quick disconnects for the front swaybar
Reinforced transfer case skid plate
Rancho RS5000 steering stabilizer
Rock Sliderz nerf bars
Surco Safari Rack
Modified front bumper
PIAA 520 85w auxiliary lights
Uniden CB, Wilson 1000 antenna

Other Information:
110k miles on vehicle
Suspension lift done at 65k, new control arm bushings at 101k.
Transfer case new at 105k miles.
New water pump at 85k miles
New radiator at 101k miles
All new sensors: Crankshaft position, Oxygen, Idle Air Control Valve,
at 90-100k miles
Mechanically, this vehicle is in excellent condition. It has always been run with Mobil 1 synthetic oil.
Vehicle was always cleaned thoroughly after each off-road venture.
There is some body darnage: There is a dent in the rear passenger door, right around the plastic paneling area. Someone who knows what they are doing should be able to pull this out. Rocker panels have some minor dents, rear bumper has scratches. I can provide pictures.
Interior is in good shape, seat leather is in excellent shape, no cuts or scuffing, carpet has some stains.

This vehicle was built for off road use and has been there frequently until about 18 months ago.

I'm forced to sell this vehicle because I needed something more economical for my 150 mile daily commute. :cry:

Asking: $7,500 o.b.o.

Contact: Mike Korzeniowski at 812-390-7206 (cell) or [email protected]

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They actually do quite well. I had a tough time deciding between 4.10 and 4.56 and chose 4.56 because I was planning on moving to 33" tires. The 31s and 4:56 do fine on the highway, running about 2700 at 72mph in OD. The acceleration is much better.

One thing to watch out for is re-gearing if you have an early model NP242 selec trac. I learned about the problems first hand, and it is the reason why I ended up with the AMG version of the transfer case.

Mike
 
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its a nice jeep...unfortunatly i alsready have one that is set up very similar to yours...but if you are willing to sell the roof rack i will buy it
 

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HOLY SHIITE!! Why did ya pull this outa the cobwebs? This is five and a half years old.
 

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Oh my god i cant take it. Nice name buddy!
 

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