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1994 Jeep Wrangler Sahara

FOR SALE: $9,500

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(note: Hard Top and winch not included)


Rubicon Trail
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Vehicle Make

Jeep
Vehicle Model
Wrangler Sahara (View Album)

Engine

4.0 Liter, Straight Six
Transmission
5-Speed AX15, 3.9 1st Gear
Transfer case
2-speed, Part-Time, 2.72 Low Range
Crawl Ratio 52.2:1
Front Axle
Dana 30 High Pinion, ARB Locking Differential, 4.88 Ring and Pinion, Disc Brakes
Rear Axle
Dana 44 (Dynatrac), ARB Locking Differential, 4.88 Ring and Pinion
Front Suspension
2.5" Old Man Emu (J1R) Lift springs, 1" shackles, JKS sway bar disconnects, OME Shocks (N33), stainless steel brake lines
Rear Suspension 2.5" Old Man Emu (J1r) lift springs, Revolver Shackles, OME Shock (N34), Stainless steel brake lines
Tires
BF Goodrich KM, 33x10.5, on stock TJ Sahara Wheels
GVWR (stock)
4450 Lbs.
Payload (stock)
800 lbs.
Curb Weight (actual) 3520 Lbs
Cargo Area 42.7 Sq Feet to front seats
Wheelbase
93.4
Overall Length
158.4
Overall Width 71.2
Ground Clearance 9.9 (Actual)
Additional Modifications

Sailcloth top
Hard Top
B&M Short Shift Kit
ARB Fridge
ARB Compressor
TJ Flares
M8000 Warn Winch
Tuffy Console
TJ Grizzly Wheels
JKS Disconnects
Warn rear bumper
Warn Tire Carrier
ARB front Bumper
ARB Compressor
Warn Sliders
1" body lift
1" motor lift
Custom High-clearance exhaust
Custom Panhard Rod
OME Shocks N33 front N34L Rear
M.O.R.E. extended rear shock mounts
Revolver Shackles
SS brake lines
ARB Snorkel
Misc expedition equipment
Several Engine Modifications

General Comments and Impressions

Larger expedition style vehicles can be an issue on tight 3.5+ trails. A SWB vehicle like a Jeep, FJ40 or Defender 90 (or similar) is more appropriate for the technical terrain. I purchased the Jeep in an effort to eliminate the inherent compromises with larger expedition style vehicles. I use this vehicle for areas like Moab, Rubicon, etc. Overall, I have been satisfied with the vehicle. My biggest complaint involve the drivetrain (not the motor). The Wrangler drivetrain requires extensive modifications to ensure durability when used heavily off-highway. The axle modifications alone were more than the purchase price of the vehicle. The Jeep has proven reliable, and was used on the El Camino Del Diablo run in March 2003 as a light expedition vehicle. I was testing its capabilities while loaded to GVWR, pulling a trailer over 150 miles of remote desert terrain.

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