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2001 Jeep Cherokee XJ Sport MODIFIED

2001 Jeep Cherokee XJ, little over 111,xxx miles on it with the oil changed every 5k with mobile 1 full synthetic high miles oil. all the maintenance is up to date.

Whats done:

2001 jeep Cherokee xj sport
4.0L I6 H.O.
AW4 Auto trans
NP231 transfer case
HP D30 3.55 gears
Chrysler 8.25 3.55 gears
interior condition solid 8/10
exterior condition solid 7/10

4.5" rough country lifting coils
RC adjustable upper and lower control arms
RC sway bar quick discos
rustys adjustable single shear track bar
IRO heavy duty OTK steering
HP D30 axle swap (89k on axle)
alloy usa axle tube seals
lokka lunch box locker
solid industry diff covers F + R
limited slip differential in 8.25 (pulled from a 90s Dakota, rebuilt by a specialist)
2" bastard pack (XJ pack and old 4.5" lift RC pack, rides nice and still has good flex)
daystar 1" lift shackles
RC shackle relocation brackets
6" lift stainless steel brake lines F + R
ruggid ridge SYE + factory front driveshaft
boostworks NP231 auto shift linkage kit
Dirtbound offroad DIY stubby winch bumper
Dirtbound offroad DIY rear bumper
napier precision v2 fender flairs
784 injector swap
dynomax 2.5" super turbo muffler
heartthrob 2.5" tailpipe
3rd cat delete (straight pipe from crossover to muffler)
spectrum cowl cold air intake
superchips power programming hand held tuner
3 switches on center console (electric fan override, torque converter lockup, tranny 1st 2nd hold control)
headliner redone in dark charcoal grey color
sunvisors recovered to match
over head console added in with all factory wiring and temp gauge, was recovered to match headliner
bedlined floor pans
JVC deck that powers 2 amps 1. kicker 400.1xz amp to power single 10" kicker comp sub 2. boss 1000.4 4 channel amp to power 2 kicker 6.5" cox front door speakers and 2 kicker 5.25" cox rear ceiling speakers ( I would prefer to keep this system for myself as it has exceptionally good sound, but I will leave it in if wanted for a little extra)

figured you want to know some maintenance items as well:
serpentine belt done 5k ago
front rotors and pads done 5k ago
rear drums, shoes, adjuster, and springs done 5k ago
D30 inner axle seals done less than 1k ago
D30 fresh oil change done less than 1k ago
8.25 carrier bearings done less than 1k ago
8.25 fresh oil change done less than 1k ago
new rear hard brake line done 5k ago
valve cover gasket done 10k ago
replacement computer reflashed to my vin code done about 10k ago (original had a short)
new plugs done 10k ago

and of course the thing you want to know, whats wrong with it:
rips in drivers side seat in the grey vinyl on bottom
radiator has a small leak ( have extra radiator to throw in to fix this problem)
oil pan gasket and rear main seal could use replacement ( this is about an hour job, I can give more details in person on the job)
transfer case needs a new tailshaft seal (about a 30 min job, more details can be given in person)

I am asking PRICE DROP!! $6000 O.B.O OR BEST OFFER! ALSO OPEN TO TRADES!! im interested in mostly older sports cars, have to be 5 or 6 speed, something like acuras, nissans, infinites, subarus, Mitsubishis, volkswagons, dodges, chevys, fords, ext. the best way to contact me is a text or call to my cell phone. usually I can respond quicker to texts. feel free to contact me any time at (518) 641-9928 my name is Dalton. more pictures upon request.

I also have a lot of extra parts for the jeep, I will be willing to let them go for a bit more on top of the price of the jeep. I currently have everything you need to make a set of long arms, install frame stiffeners from front to rear, build your own rock sliders, and more!

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price drop!!!! $6000 o.b.o or best offer! Open to trades!!!

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He never sold it and actually just finished swapping in wagoneer axles.
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