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Clifford, Big Red, Santa's Sleigh? Many names could be given to
this giant Jeep Wrangler that everyone would understand. It's UP
THERE with a big long arm Fabtech lift kit and 38x15.50 Nitto Mud
Grapplers on 15" true bead lock wheels. Warn bumpers protect the
body with a Warn Winch up front and a swing out spare carrier on
the back. The 4.0L I6 is one of the toughest motors of all time and
pushes this rig around with no problem thanks to an automatic
transmission and properly geared axles. It flexes quite a bit and
still manages to track straight and ride smooth down the highway. I
guess that's why Fabtech charges the big bucks! It has tan leather
seats front and rear and 130k miles on the dash. Walking around
this TJ you'd never guess it though, as it looks more like a 20k
mile Jeep from all angles. A functional snorkel has an opening
about 8 feet off the ground, so you shouldn't have to worry about
getting any water in your intake... ever. The light bar up top is a
nice finishing touch. Financing is easy and trades are welcome, so
call, click, or come by before someone else does!
2002 Jeep Wrangler
Location:Hope Mills, North Carolina
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