This is my 2002 Jeep Liberty (KJ). It has the 3.7L V6 and an NV3550 five-speed manual transmission. It is four wheel drive (obviously) and has an NP231 t-case. The rear end is a stock Chrysler 8.25 and the front is the stock Dana 30A, both open with 3.73 gears.The suspension lift is a 2.5" Frankenlift I by All J Products ( It has OME (Old Man Emu) springs and Rancho struts/shocks. I've also added Al's Custom upper A-Arms (, which are a very nice upgrade and almost a neccessity for lifted Libertys. It has 245/75R16 Goodyear MT/R tires and 16x7 Cragar 365 V5 Series steel wheels with Jeep center caps. The Jeep has been equipped with Ericsson two-way radio equipment, as well as XM Satellite Radio. The Jeep is also equipped with a jack, tow strap, tire pressure guage, fire extinguisher and folding shovel. I'm hoping to add some sort of onboard air sometime.The Jeep has 109,250 miles on it as of October 2009 and I get about 14.5 miles per gallon. I've so far changed the front wheel bearings and CV shafts (both sides) twice. I've changed the lower ball joints once and the upper ball joints once. I've changed the spark plugs once and have done the brakes twice. Other than that, not an ounce of problems.In July 2009 I added the front D-Ring shackles (got the idea on and rear tow hook for recovery. I also added a Thrush turbo muffler, not because I wanted to but because the stock muffler finally started blowing holes in itself. The sound is a bit more aggressive than stock but not too loud at all. I love it. Got it at Advance Auto for $28.In the furture I plan to add onboard air (as mentioned), a rear Aussie locker and I'm going to need new rear springs. I'd also like to add a Renegade Lightbar, an ARB front bumper and some kind of roof rack but that's about $1800 I just don't have for cosmetics right now.The pictures show some older configurations I had with TJ "Moab" rims. In the end I went back to the black steelies. As cool as the Moabs were, I favor the black wheel look so much more.The beach pics were taken at "Head of the Meadow" beach on Cape Cod, MA. I strongly recommend trying out the oversand driving at Cape Cod if you ever get the chance. Lots of fun.On 08/20/11, after just over four years of ownership, I sold the Jeep to it's next owner. Good luck, sir...and farewell to my KJ. Thanks for the memories.Thanks for looking.