120 HP
140 LB-FT
Curb Weight
4191 LB
Rear Wheel Drive
Engine Size
2.2 L
Transmission Type
MPG (City/Highway)
24 MPG

The back story: I came back from my deployment to Afghanistan in the fall of 2016. My Jeep stopped working and I needed a second vehicle to go rebuild my Jeep. I picked this up off of a dude that seemed to always be high on some upper. Had to do a bunch of tune ups including spark plugs, spark plug wires, fuel injectors, air intake, oil change, new disc and drum brakes, a few fuses here and there, differential fluid change, and a coolant flush. I had to swap out the steering wheel for the Momo Eagle and NRG quick release because the stock wheel was so big it was nearly impossible to get my legs into the cab. Plans for the future: Current modifications are mainly on the back burner until I get my Jeep operational again. For the time being, I am going to keep swapping out the painted vents that were done poorly as well as small interior things. Also need to swap out the bed of the truck for another one because it was rear ended before I bought it. Once all of that is done, as well as the Jeep being rebuilt, I plan on repainting it. I'm still a bit indecisive as to what I want to paint it. I'm stuck between royal purple with metallic flakes, or a satin gunmetal with purple trim. Also the front bumper needs to go. As for power, I would love to do a LSx swap, maybe an LS1, really depends on what is available. Match that up with a Borg-Warner T-5, T-56 or NV3500 and a 14 bolt rear would be nice.

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