83 hwy 93 n
Salmon, ID 83467
(Or Best Offer)
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1998 Jeep XJ Sport Model
4x4 4.0L 6 cylinder
AC (pump and condenser removed but I have new replacements) and internals are all there.
The shocks are FOX 2.5 with 16” remote reservoirs.
The front suspension has a true 9” of movement and rear has 14”
32 Gallon fuel safe cell by Jazz with Remote filler with quick lemans cap
2 silt boards
Engine emissions possible (registration is MT exempt)
Hydraulic fox 2.0 bump stops
35” BFG Baja Mud-terrain tires (new)
2 optima yellow top batteries
Battery disconnect switch between seats
Beard suspension racing seats
Sparco suspension seat in rear
4 point harness in rear
5 point harness in front
Parker Pumper air filtration for driver and co-pilot
Remote fuel pump with 15 micron filtration, remote mounted with redundant pump for easy swap out behind driver seat
Additional accessory fuse and relay panels
Baja designs and Generic LED lights everywhere. All corners, front rear, cab rack etc etc.
Lowrance GPS System
65 watt Rugged Radios VHF radio
4 Rugged Radios passenger communication system
Rugged radio intercom radio system with headsets that allow driver / co-driver communication as well as listen to music and share phone calls. Also connected to XM radio with free lifetime subscription.
9” FORD rear end with true-Detroit locker with forged 31 spline axles
Dana 30 front axle with forged axles
Front and rear differentials have been trussed for strength
Slip yoke eliminator kit in transfer case
Remote mounted rear transmission cooler with thermal switch and override
Mossimoto race version electric fans that push and pull through radiator
Louvers in hood
Bumper push bars front and rear ties into frame
Roll cage 120 wall 1.75 DOM tied into frame and body with 2019 SCORE tags.
Rock Slider tied into frame as well
EV6 upgraded fuel injectors
Aluminum Fuel Rail
Strobe warning lights all around
Has Police Siren and PA system PA 300 from Federal Signal and scans local emergency channels
Quick disconnect steering wheel
Window nets connected to rear doors
Rear roof panel removed (to allow rear passengers easy access)
Rear seat have seat heaters for rear seat warmth, just add blanket
Rear spare has spanner bolt for easy quick removal Hi-lift jack behind seats
Aluminum oversized radiator
1” curie DOM drag link steering bar
4” Suspension lift
Redundant gauges for passenger, oil pressure, water temp out of radiator, trans temp out.
Ramsey winch that connects front or rear bumpers to receiver mount… depending on how you get stuck and which way you need to pull.
4” extended fiberglass wheel flares.
desert sand Toyota Tacoma paint.
The side panels (rear side windows) (powder coated black in pics) do come off. a canvas roof top with snaps is there to keep rain out as well as lexan side window. For rear doors and rear passengers. I can’t find any pics with the windows on. But it does a pretty good job keeping water out and heat in during the winter. My daughter drive it to school this year and I had no complaints on keeping warm.
Suspension works well. Handles and performs about like a older razor. Except if take this Jeep to Moab or drive on freeway… and you can pull someone who broke down, enjoy AC, heat, drive ability of a Jeep :-), not a razor. This jeep always gets the looks. Its about the most tricked out XJ around. As I tried hard to keep it rugged, yet still make it something my wife and kids want to Drive around.
It’s a heavily built tough XJ that has thousands of hours in modifications and improvement. It will go to amazing places, do things a jeep should never do, then always get you home. Nothing is scarier than seeing someone broken down 100 miles from the smallest village in Baja. #never got stranded. This jeep always got us back to camp and was always the go-to when someone else broke down.
Why am I selling? After several years of ownership, this Jeep has been a great pre-runner and scouting and camping vehicle and think it’s time to simplif
The Jeep runs and drives great. Lots of fun and great memories. I’d say I have probably $40k invested in the Jeep.
As I write this i am thinking of the many upgrades i failed to mention above. The jeep really needs nothing.
If you plan to take to the desert with your RAZOR buddies then fine. They may have better suspension and Turbo'd but you'll have heat and be comfortable going through the river and be at home on the highway back to the Campers.... oh and this sure feels a lot safer than being in a RZR.