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    Exclamation JEEP Picture thread

    Aright,

    These Toyota guys have a picture thread..

    So all you Jeepers out there, post up!
    Any jeep you've got.
    or if you live by the "Just Empty Every Pocket" theme


    Trail pics, glory shots, or whatever you have!

    1997 Jeep Cherokee XJ
    with some stuff bolted on..and zip tied on.. and duck taped on... its an XJ after all...

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    Ill start us off.
    Even though there are pictures of my jeep all over this forum lol
    jeepbeach.jpgjeepcrawling.jpg2door.jpg

    2 door 91 Cherokee
    4 door 91 Cherokee
    00 Wrangler
    1997 Jeep Cherokee XJ
    with some stuff bolted on..and zip tied on.. and duck taped on... its an XJ after all...

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    littlerubicon.jpgpowerline-stump.jpg

    Power line and little rubicon
    1997 Jeep Cherokee XJ
    with some stuff bolted on..and zip tied on.. and duck taped on... its an XJ after all...

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    i tried post new pics of my jeep but i am having a hard time.

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    heres a few jeeps IVe owned over the years..

    'my 94 country, my favorite jeep of them all. this jeep is what started it all for me. I eventually rolled it in a moment of weakness in elbe hills on a solo run. self recovery.





    This is my '98 limited that followed. never did like the late models for overland rigs.





    This is my '01 manche... built from the ground up, paint guy botched the paint job and started pealing after I finish the truck.sold a few months ago to a guy in the netherlands...





    My latest incarnation... Now with diesel!



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    Looks like your new one is ready for just about anything.
    '01 Kia Sportage: Warn manual hubs, custom skidplate, 3.5" lift using Jeep Rubicon Springs, 235/75/15 BFG A/T KOs, XRC8 winch (with the solenoid mods to make it more reliable), synthetic winch line, Fuel can mount.
    '83 Subaru GL (currently in semi retirement): 5 speed dual range transmission, 2" lift, 27" BFG A/T KOs, custom bumpers, winch, Weber carb.
    2009 Yamaha Zuma 50: Ammo can side bags, 70cc big bore kit, LV TT tuned pipe, 4 ply dual sport tires, lots of CVT trans tuning.

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    Love that comanche.

    I wish I had the means to do a Brute conversion to my wrangler. Jeep and a truck would be beast!

    I drove a 00 Cherokee, and didn't really like it much. it was mostly stock though.
    I loved my 91's they were a blast. Glad you got your latest rolling again!
    1997 Jeep Cherokee XJ
    with some stuff bolted on..and zip tied on.. and duck taped on... its an XJ after all...

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    that works out, because I use it for just about everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnwdillon View Post
    Love that comanche.

    I wish I had the means to do a Brute conversion to my wrangler. Jeep and a truck would be beast!

    I drove a 00 Cherokee, and didn't really like it much. it was mostly stock though.
    I loved my 91's they were a blast. Glad you got your latest rolling again!

    thanks. its a pretty neat truck. full leather interior, heated seats, power everything, AC, cruise. distributerless fuel injection, as if built by the factory in '01.


    its pretty tough to beat the interiors in the older jeeps for wheeling though. so much more room for gear and switches.

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    i really like that coil rear end, did you do it your self?

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