Sadly to say, I sold my Jeep :( I just didn't need more than one project, and my BMW gives me enough headaches as it is. But this SUV shall always be r... Show moreemembered and lusted for by me. Hopefully someday I can have another one.
Feb. 2nd, 2005-
I have had the jeep for about 3 weeks now and I am loving it! I just had new tires put on and my keyless entry programmed to work. I love the look of the new tires....and these ones actually have some tread on them unlike the ones they came with. I just went to les schwab and had some 255/65/16 Toyo Open Country A/T's mounted. The car feels soo much more stable and planted to the ground. I can't wait to play in the snow...if it snows again here in Washington. Here are a couple pics I took the day I got the tires mounted.
Here are some pics of my 5.9 a couple days after I got it. I got the car on Jan. 5th, 2005. The car is a 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee 5.9l limited. In stock form, the car came with a 360 V8 that pumps out 240hp and about 340tq on premium gas. It has every bell and whistle you could think of from heated memory seats, power moonroof, to the 10 speaker infinity sound system with an added sound bar in the tailgate. Also, the jeep has special 5 spoke wheels and painted side skirts, as well as factory hood vents, and an upgraded "free flow" exhaust system. I have always loved jeeps, in fact my first car ever was a jeep....it was a 1989 cherokee laredo 4.0l HO. My mom has a 1996 Grand cherokee laredo V8.....and my aunt had a 1994 grand cherokee 4.0l until it was totalled in 2003. My Jeep has just over 70k on it, and I plan on going to at least 200k with it. Anyways, I don't really have too many plans for this car until I am finished prepping my 1987 BMW 535is for the race track. Leave me some feedback as I would love to know what you think about my jeep....or my BMW for that matter!
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