I swapped to a tach cluster, so the mileage isn't quite right, but it doesn't matter. All of the carbon pieces are in fact real carbon fiber. They ac... Show moretually look nice in person. The cluster, shifter bezel, key ring, and all of the other dash lights were swapped with blue LED's. They match the Sony head unit I installed. It looks pretty cool at night. Some day I'll get around to taking pictures with my real camera instead of my phone. Show Less
JeremyJ's 1996 Jeep CherokeeSo here's my Jeep. I got it for free because it had 155,000 miles on it and a bum transmission. I replaced the tranny and... Show more it runs fine now. Well...mostly fine. It is still a beater and it has its quirks. It has literally dozens of dents in the body, from years of parking lot douchebags. I don't care so much because it's my daily driver and it's a beater. It is unstoppable in the snow and any sort of bad weather, though. Show Less
As of 5/10/07, I no longer own this truck. I am very sad that I had to get rid of it, but spending more per month on gas than on payments wasn't worth it... Show more for me. It was a great truck, but the gas mileage just couldn't cut it for me. I will miss this truck.
This is my old 2003 Hemi Ram. It's an absolute base model, 2WD with the only option being the HEMI...and that's the way I wanted it.
Here's what it looked like when I first got it. I shaved all the emblems except the Hemi badges.
Here's what it looked like after I got my hands on it. New headlights, wheels, lowered, new Hemi badges, sport grill, etc.
The Belltech kit dropped the truck 2" in the front and about 4.5" in the rear. The wheels weigh less than 20lbs which makes the truck a bit quicker than the stock rims that weighed twice as much. The yellow stripe on the wheels has now been painted black and you can no longer see them. New pics are below. They give the truck kind of a Craftsman Series Truck look.
I finally got rid of that damn yellow lip and the Nascar stickers on the rims. Here are some new pics:
The best taillights available for the truck...are the stock ones. No chrome tails here. Why? Because they look like garbage, that's why.
The bed is now covered with a flush-fit hard tonneau.
The interior was pretty stock. The previous owner installed a JVC head unit and some Infinity speakers in the doors.
Here's the evil front again. It was being de-chromed little by little.
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