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post #1 of 9 Old 09-24-2009, 10:20 AM Thread Starter
 
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FS: 2001 Wrangler Sport with some mods

For Sale: 2001 Wrangler Sport

Drive line:
-4l, 5 speed (NV3550)
-New clutch and throw out installed June of '09 under 100 miles on clutch.
-231 transfer case with SYE and CV shaft.
-106k - 107k miles on Jeep... Mostly highway from prev. owner. Runs like a top.
-Newer optima Red top
-Full alignment and suspension check (retorque lower control arms and jamb nuts) less than 100 miles ago. New brakes 6k miles ago... Belts, plugs, etc. less than 8K miles.

Exterior:
-Drivers quarter panel dented, pass. fender slightly tweaked.
-Front 2x4 bumper with ring mounts and 2" receiver (bent up plate bracket ----Rear swing out with highlift mount (highlift included), ring mounts and 2" receiver.
-Soft top and tinted windows in excellent condition.
-Wired for hard top, but hard top not included.

Axles:
Dana 30 front, Dana 44 rear, 3.73 gears, rear has limited slip.

Tires:
35" Mastercraft MTs, black steel wheels. Tires have ~50%+ tread

Suspension:
Teraflex 3" lift (Enduro kit). Long lowers, factory uppers. 1" body lift. Tera 9550 shocks. Tera adjustable front track bar. Rides great.

Other stuff:
Tera steering box skid
Tera quick discos
ZJ tie rod
Tera oil pan skid
Tera belly up
Warn gas tank skid
SS brake lines
Smittybuilt XRC 8 winch. Female plug on winch is tempramental, but still functions.

Extras included:
Sunrider bikini with no drill header, tonneau cover
1/2 doors (best top soft doors, no uppers)
Oasis quick deflators
Quality tow strap
A shackle or two

Asking 10,500 for the Jeep. Price is firm.

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post #2 of 9 Old 09-24-2009, 10:38 AM
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How long have you had that gearing and tire combo?

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How long have you had that gearing and tire combo?
About 1 1/2 years.

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i SERIOUSLY hope you dont have 35's and 3.73. i had 4.10 and 33's in a 4banger and now have 33's and 3.73s in a 4.0. the 4banger was close to unbearable and the 4.0 could be better but isnt bad. i can only image how gutless it is with 3.73's and 35's in a 4banger, no offense.

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He said it's a sport so that dictates 4.0L if i'm not mistaken. Also the manual tranny makes a difference comparatively if you happened to have had an auto. Do they put autos in any of the 4 cylinder models?

Still this looks like a quality build. Good luck with the sale.

(edit: just read the og post again, says right there "4l")

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Says on the side of the rig 4.0L too unless he's front'n

I had a 4banger with 31.5s. Manual tranny & yes Autos were available for the Mall Rated crowd (Clueless anyone?) Top speed depended on the headwind. Like driving a loaf of bread.

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i SERIOUSLY hope you dont have 35's and 3.73. i had 4.10 and 33's in a 4banger and now have 33's and 3.73s in a 4.0. the 4banger was close to unbearable and the 4.0 could be better but isnt bad. i can only image how gutless it is with 3.73's and 35's in a 4banger, no offense.
It's a 6cyl. I ran 33s for a few years and the 35s get around just fine on the street. It doesn't crawl as slow as I'd like, but it's still very trail worthy. It's been to 8 or 9 different offroad parks with this setup and performed fine.

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He said it's a sport so that dictates 4.0L if i'm not mistaken. Also the manual tranny makes a difference comparatively if you happened to have had an auto. Do they put autos in any of the 4 cylinder models?

Still this looks like a quality build. Good luck with the sale.

(edit: just read the og post again, says right there "4l")
Thanks man!

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Says on the side of the rig 4.0L too unless he's front'n

I had a 4banger with 31.5s. Manual tranny & yes Autos were available for the Mall Rated crowd (Clueless anyone?) Top speed depended on the headwind. Like driving a loaf of bread.
Headwind speed reduction was built in from the factory on 4cyl models. My wife's dedicated trail rig was a 4 popper on 34s. It did good on trails, but 55 - 60 is about all it would muster on the highway.

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Looks like fun! Good luck with your sale.

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doh!!! i thought it said 4cyl not 4l. thats what i get for intoxicated internet action. carry on . . . . . .

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