2000 - Jeep Other on 2040-cars
Palm Bay, Florida, United States
This is a 2000 wrangler sport that has been totally re-done. It only has a 3100 miles on it since the conversion, the body has about 42000 on it. I keep it in the garage and overly maintain every part with synthetics. This is a must see and drive vehicle, crazy power, drives with one finger at 60mph. Here are the parts that are on this. As it sits I have 26000 into it. ZZ4 Chevy 350 Crate engine. Headers, and dual flowmaster mufflers Holley Truck Avenger off-road Carberator TH350 auto Transmission (totally re-build and under warranty from AAMCO) Trickflow Tranny pan, all synthetics Transfer case is a custom NP231HD case with a slip yoke eliminator, 6 planetary gear& wide chain Rear axle has Dana 44 Alloy brand Chromoly 35spline axles (under warranty from AAMCO) Alloy brand new 4:11 ring and pinion ARB air locker ARB compressor already setup for future front locker Front axle has dana35 with limited slip differential 10" Skyjacker long arm suspension lift (8" suspension 2" body) Runva 11,000 lb winch with synthetic cable 3 core aluminum radiator Hood lift shocks installed Hood vent kit Blue Optima Battery 250A alternator from Quality power Electric fan from a Lincoln mark 8 (VIII) Has cabin shut off switch. Power Steering box from a Dodge Durango Marine Radio, Kicker amplifier, upgraded from speakers, added rear speakers, JL audio sub Rhino lined with kevlar interior, inside of the doors, and roll bars (lifetime warranty) Tires are Super Swampers 38.5/14.5 on 15" rims. Front bumper ties into full body roll cage Rear bumper has the hitch and tire carrier built into it. Lockable under seat safe, lockable side compartments Air to fuel gauge with O2 Sensor Vacuum gauge New seats in the front but everything has the neoprene covers on them. Spyder Shade cover for driver and passenger. Front and rear drilled and slotted rotors, rear upgraded to disk brakes. Heating and AC don't work but they are there to tie into if needed. Here is all the extras that come with it. ARB air hose to air up all the tires STAUN automatic tire deflators ARB air gauge with inflator Air filter parts for snorkel that was never put in. All the ball joints on suspension are re-build-able. Included is 2 rebuild kits for each one. Carb riser, vacuum gauge, timing gun, Carb jet kit and fuel curve adjusters The old avenger 670 holley carb New Dana 44 Alloy brand ring and pinion.
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Offering a diesel engine in an American pickup is anything but new - Ford, General Motors and Chrysler all offer excellent and almost impossibly powerful oil-burning engines in their various fullsize trucks. What is new and novel about the 3.0L EcoDiesel, though, is its size, and the variety of vehicles that use it. It's the smallest engine, as far as displacement is concerned, currently offered in a large truck in the US, and, for 2014 and 2015, it is available in the Ram 1500 and the Jeep Grand Cherokee.
Though it may be small, it's got muscle. While 240 horsepower isn't particularly impressive these days, the engine's 420 pound-feet of torque more than makes up for that. The torque rating is even greater force than even the big 5.7-liter Hemi can muster. Chrysler's well-regarded eight-speed automatic transmission makes the most of all that bull-headed pulling power in both the Ram and Grand Cherokee. Chrysler claims the Ram EcoDiesel 1500 can tow as much as 9,200 pounds when properly equipped, which makes it "90-percent of the Hemi with a night and day difference in fuel economy."
Make no mistake; it's that promise of a sizable fuel economy improvement that many long-haul truckers will be most interested in. In the Ram 1500 that we tested for our Tech of the Year competition, the diesel engine costs $2,850 more than the gas-fed V8, and Ram estimates that EcoDiesel buyers will pay off their investment when compared to the Hemi engine in less than three years, which is considerably less time than the 4.5 or so years the average buyer will keep his or her fullsize pickup. The more you drive, the more you'll save, and the math proves equally as effective in the Jeep Grand Cherokee.
SEMA is all about aftermarket parts, and in Auburn Hills that all comes down to one name: Mopar. After having previewed its lineup for this year's Vegas tuner expo earlier this month, Chrysler has now revealed what may not quite be its full dossier of modified show cars, but a good portion of them.
All told Mopar is preparing 20 vehicles for display at SEMA this year. Among them you'll find the Ram Sun Chaser, a 1500 Quad Cab show truck kitted out in two-tone orange and black paint, a roof rack for surfboards, onboard shower and convertible tailgate. The white Fiat 500L is called the Adventurer and is modified for a more rugged look that could hint at the upcoming crossover version. The Jeep Cherokee Trail Carver upgrades on the Trailhawk package with everything from roof basket to rock rails. To counterbalance the off-roaders, there's also a modified Chrysler 300S with a deep black paint job, special grille, Varvatos-edition wheels and more.
All four concepts details so far have Katzkin interiors as well, and there's also an unspecified Dodge Durango with a storm-trooper look in the gallery above. But for more details on what Mopar has installed on the Ram, 500L, Cherokee and 300, you'll want to delve into the press release below.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and Chrysler are currently making waves in our daily news feeds due to a disagreement over the safety of a few million Jeep Liberty and Grand Cherokee models. Specifically, NHTSA has asked Chrysler to recall the SUVs because of the location of their fuel tanks, but you may be interested to know that requests such as this are nothing new.
Besides the two Jeep models, NHTSA has launched investigations over the years in such models as the Ford Crown Victoria (and its police-car counterpart), GM pickups built between 1972 and 1987, and rather famously the Ford Pinto.
Understanding how automakers and NHTSA have dealt with fuel-tank-safety concerns in the past may offer a better understanding of how Chrysler and the government agency will settle their current dispute. Check out the complete article from The Detroit News here.