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ea187

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FS: 1992 jeep cherokee laredo
« on: Aug 26, 15, 00:40 »





1992 Jeep Cherokee Laredo

$6500 obo

4.0L high output
260,000km
new dynamax cat back exhaust
high flow aux electric fan added for extra airflow when needed
illuminated toggle switch for fan control
block heater for instant heat and defrosting in the winter

automatic trans
np242 transfer case
Rubicon Express slip yoke eliminator


4.5" Rubicon Express coil springs
4" coil spacers
4.5" Rubicon Express rear leaf pack (not add a leaf)
Rubicon Express super flex adjustable lower control arms
Rubicon Express adjustable upper control arms
BDS adjustable track bar
extended boomerang shackles
RCX shackle relocation brackets
works out to about 8" of total lift


33x12.5x15 BFGoodrich mud terrain KM2 on black steel d-window wheels(comes with spare, not km2)

Dana 30 front axle with 4.10 gears
Ford 8.8 LSD rear axle 4.10 gears with flange mount
all new u-joints in rear driveshaft
Ruff stuff 3/8" diff covers on both axles
extended stainless steel brake hoses

Nates 4x4 front winch bumper with D-rings and shackles
JCR Offroad transfer case skid plate
Superwinch 10k pound winch
Bushwacker cutout fender flares
Hidden hitch receiver
Sportrack roof basket with extension(full roof length)
Body is in great shape

This jeep was built to wheel but only saw the trails a couple times. Kids came and shifts changed at work so never had time to take it out. I bought it bone stock from the original owner and has been a great vehicle for as long as i've owned it. Need to sell as i just bought a full-size truck and need the room.


Wipers work but intermittent functions don't.

I have a multitude of other parts and goodies for it that can be negotiated into price.



http://vancouver.craigslist.ca/pml/cto/5191055291.html
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William

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Re: FS: 1992 jeep cherokee laredo
« Reply #1 on: Aug 26, 15, 21:23 »
Nicely done rig for a good price. Would be good to hardwire fan in though.
'93 Si. - VTEC Purgatory

ea187

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Re: FS: 1992 jeep cherokee laredo
« Reply #2 on: Aug 26, 15, 22:19 »
Nicely done rig for a good price. Would be good to hardwire fan in though.


Fan is wired through OEM relay box using an empty spot.  Switch is so you have control over it, when you are crawling around slowly.  Never needs it on the street.

William

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Re: FS: 1992 jeep cherokee laredo
« Reply #3 on: Aug 27, 15, 17:37 »

Fan is wired through OEM relay box using an empty spot.  Switch is so you have control over it, when you are crawling around slowly.  Never needs it on the street.

True dat! I had similar xj cooling issues on the trail. Great trucks though, would buy again.
'93 Si. - VTEC Purgatory