by Jeff Hall (Hampton,CT. USA) This is my '89 Jeep Cherokee Laredo Hands down, people. The best 4x4 model out there are the above mentioned models. In stock form, the Jeep is probably the most versatile 4-by on the market. No other manufacturer even comes close as far as drivetrain reliability. In a modified […]
Hybrid Full Size Jeep Charles' hybrid has the frame from a 360 A.M.C. motor fueled by propane, T18 tranny , seats, and front clip minus the fenders are from the 1976 Cherokee. The axles (3.73 gears) and cab are from the 1975 J 20. The twin sticked Dana 20 is from a Scout. The front fenders are M 715 and the rear are Allis Chalmers tractor.
Bought this on a Thursday bone stock. Was up in the mountains on Saturday with 4 inch Terra Flex lift, 35inch MTs, and a warn 8274 winch.
Future mods will be airbag suspension and beefy axles.
Love the Rocky Mountains and wheeling Moab!
If your ever in Colorado, let me know. Always ready to go wheeling!
1997 Jeep, TJ - This is Jay's first off road vehicle and it has provided his family many hours of fun and exploring, since retiring from the fire service a couple of years ago. Jay's son also has a Jeep TJ, 2000 year model, also modified, providing us some great family times together.
1997 Jeep Wrangler TJ Sport. - Rick says he is pretty much a newb to 4 wheeling. He's been in the lowrider truck thing for years thought and would do something new. Rick takes his Wrangler wheeling around Little River Canyon...mostly old dirt roads and a few river crossings, power lines...steep muddy hills and huge mud holes.
1997 Dodge 1500 4x4... - ...and a few Jeeps - David from California takes his Dodge wheeling in the sand dune capitol of the world, Glamis and Anza Borrego with its moon like terrain. Also the rocks and canyons of hi and low desert here in so. California.
1992 Jeep Cherokee XJ - Benjamin takes his XJ wheeling to Eastern U.S., Mostly Tennessee, Alabama, & North Carolina. Mainly steep hill climbing (more dirt & mud than rocks), occasional rock slide area, soupy mud bogs, creek crossings, & LOTS of trees to navigate around.