1998 Jeep Wrangler Sport Sport Utility 2-door 4.0l Supercharged Lifted on 2040-cars
Deadwood, South Dakota, United States
1998 Jeep Wrangler Superchared 4.0 inline 6. Runs great with no drivability issues. The jeep has a ton of custom mods. I will try to mention them all. The supercharger is a avenger brand. the rest of the engine is stock. The lift is a 6 inch Rustys custom long arm lift. It has remote resevor shocks. The axles are 44 rear and a 30 front they have etec lockers and 4:88 gears. The front inner axles are hardened shafts.Poision spider diff covers. Sway bar disconnects. 17 inch spider lock bead lock wheels 37 inch Toyos with 95 % thread. Stock tranny and transfercase with aftermarket cv driveshafts front and rear. Poision Spider front and rear bumpers as well as a poision spider roll cage. Posision spyder body armor and rock guards. Rigid industires 50 inch led light bar and 4 dually square lights two at windshield and two in rear bumper. 8000 lb warn winch with synthetic rope. Has good stereo with amp and sub built into rear seat. Aftermarket tailgate. after market fiberglass hood with poision spyder decal. Corbeau racing seats in front. Jeep runs down the road fantastic Drives better than any other lifted jeep I have owned. The supercharger gives the jeep the power to pull the 37 inch tires with very little effort. Its not v8 ls1 power but has great torque. Jeep is a great mix for someone that wants to rock crawl, Trailride, Or go for a top down cruise down the road. I will take Trades. The Jeep is for sale locally so I reserve the right to end auction any time. I will not end auction if reserve is met.
Jeep Wrangler for Sale
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Mon, 07 Jul 2014 13:01:00 EST
Jeep's saga with the National Traffic Safety Administration and the voluntary campaign to repair 1.56 million vehicles for allegedly unsafe trailer hitches, is getting yet another chapter. The controversy appeared to finally be over in January when the automaker found a supplier for the replacement parts. Nothing is ever that easy, though, and the government regulator is now requesting documents from the company to clarify why the repairs are taking so long to begin.
Tue, 17 Dec 2013 14:31:00 EST
Jeep parent company Chrysler has until July 16 to submit documents and answers to NHTSA explaining the situation. The regulator claims that despite its compromise to inspect and repair the models with improper hitches in June 2013, Chrysler didn't find a part supplier until December and didn't order the replacements until January. The government agency believes that the first components weren't manufactured until May of this year and vehicles may not actually be repaired until as late as August. According to the report, if the Chrysler doesn't supply what NHTSA is asking for, the agency could "take additional appropriate action as warranted."
Throughout this entire process, Chrysler has asserted that the vehicles met the applicable crash test standards of the time, and it has kept NHTSA abreast of the repair activity. In a recently released statement it said that the regulator analyzed eight rear impact reconstruction tests and found the replacement hitch to be safe. To keep up with the high demand for replacements, Chrysler is working with multiple suppliers, and they are running three shifts, six days a week to get the parts ready as soon as possible.
In 1948, Willys-Overland, the forbearers of Jeep, built a vehicle called the Jeepster. It was a funky little thing, designed as a mix of the more rugged Jeeps that came before with what was then a modern car, which arguably makes it the world's first crossover. The name was later revived from 1966 to 1972, which means for Jeep enthusiasts, it has some history.
Tue, 04 Nov 2014 15:00:00 EST
Now, the modern Jeep brand may revive the Jeepster name for a new product, likely based on Fiat bones, that will slot in at the bottom of the brand's range underneath the soon-to-depart Compass and Patriot. The report comes from Australia's Drive, which cites a dealer source that has seen the vehicle.
That same dealer confirmed there is a link between the Jeepster and the rumored Fiat 500X, and that the former will be available in both front and all-wheel-drive variants. The source also claims both gas and diesel engines will be available, although as this is an Aussie site, we shouldn't take that to mean we'll get a diesel Jeepster in the US.
The Willys MB Jeep earned icon status during World War II thanks to its ruggedness, simplicity and go-anywhere ability. Following the war, it didn't take long for the handy vehicles to be scooped up by the public, and a brand slowly grew around the vehicles that has continued to thrive. Fast-forward to present day, where it's not uncommon for auto dealers to try to grab some of the magic of yesteryear by displaying classic models to connect customers with their brands' proud histories. Now, a Canadian Chrysler Group dealer is taking that notion to the extreme by actually making a vintage WWII Jeep part of its foundation.
Bay King Chrysler in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, recently completed its new showroom, and the franchise really wanted to show its dedication to the Jeep brand. As dealer principal Jamie Richter tells Autoblog, the inspiration for the Jeep installation came from his brother, who became fascinated with a home that had a glass floor looking down into its wine cellar. The company already had the 1943 Willys MB to display, but it had originally planned to build a jungle gym around it for customers' kids. Now, the classic is literally in the floor as customers enter. Richter tells Autoblog that customer reaction so far has been "fantastic."
It's certainly a novel way to bring people into the showroom, and seemingly a nice nod not only to Jeep, but to the men and women who served in the war. If you want to see more about how the Jeep was actually installed and what it looks like, check out this video.