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Located in the Smyrna, GA area (just outside Atlanta)
Very Capable on and offroad YJ.
4.0L I-6 From a 97 Cherokee w/ 85K miles,
Tub and frame are a 1990.
Mopar Performance race ecm,
Cold Air Intake,
AX15 5-spd overdrive trans,
Dana 300 transfer case with twin stick,
70% 37”MTRs,
7” Suspension lift and 2” body lift,
Ford 8.8 with 5.13 and ARB locker with custom 4-link rear,
Coil suspension upgrade in the rear,
Dana 44 front with yukon 5.13's and spool,
Hydrolic assist steering,
Four wheel disc brake upgrade with stainless steel lines,
One-of-a-kind prototype spare tire automatic track system with brand new 37” swamper IROK,
Nice Full Cage,
Spare driveshaft,
Arizona driveshafts,
ARB Compressor with York onboard spare,
Front Bumper air tank with full front cage,
Rear crawler bumper with hitch,
New Complete AC system from Collins Bros Jeep,
Warn 9000xdi with Syn rope and inboard controls,
Corbeau Parachute Seats and 4-point Harness,
Autometer gauges,
LED rear brakelight kit,
KC corner flood lights,
Corner and rocker protection,
California tops Half cab with duster,
new uppers for half doors,
spare soft doors,
Rear seat,
Lots of extras.

If I was to keep it I would probably put a rear sway bar on it, and replace the steering box. But otherwise it’s a fantastic rig, both on and offroad. I hate to sell, but I rarely ever drive it anymore and I’ve got way too many projects going on that require my attention.

pics and video of the spare tire carrier in action are at I also have a work van for sale there as well. Thanks for looking!

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You forgot the pics and the price.

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Asking price is $ 12K, all the info, pics and video is on the website I set up for this sale. Which is included in the post above. Thanks again for looking and hope you have a great day!
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