Tigger a TJ-6

A 1998 Jeep Wrangler TJ Sport Utility 2D build by @shawn_a48jeep

Eight years ago I bought this Jeep from an owner of MCE Fenders. He had previously stretched the wheel base by 15" to fit a Wrangler Unlimited soft top. Axles were beefed-up and a Clayton long arm was installed. It rode in this configuration for many years, making 2000 mile round-trips to Moab many times. I have recently updated wheels and tires, swapped steering knuckles for a Big Brake kit and installed a Currie RJ44 front axle. In recent years we added a Gobi rack and use the TJ-6 for camping and exploring. I have updated the shocks, added lower gearing and changed the lighting throughout. The Currie Currectlync has been rebuilt, along with the front track bar to maintain great road handling as well as off road driving. The TJ-6 is driven it to work most days of the week and enjoyed on weekends for exploring. While I can't weld or fab, I try to do all the maintenance and upgrades myself. Three years ago a Golen 4.6 Stroker built and installed

1998 Jeep Wrangler TJ Sport Utility 2D

Build Details

engine

  • 4.6 Golen Stroker

intake

  • Stock

exhaust

  • Basic header
  • MagnaFlow Catalytic Converter with Turbo muffler

drivetrain

brakes

  • Black Magic Big Brakes

wheels & tires

  • Dirty Life Road Kill Bead Locks
  • Nitto Trail Grapplers
  • 37 X 12.50 X 17

suspension

  • Clayton Off Road Pro Series Long Arm Kit
  • 3-link front
  • 4-link rear
  • RockJock Dual Rate Springs 4"
  • Extended sway bars links

lighting

  • Truck-lites LED headlights
  • VisionX Reflex winch light
  • VisionX CG2 Light Cannons - Yellow
  • All makers are LED

exterior

  • Custom bumpers
  • Poison Spyder LJ Crusher Corners
  • GOBI Racks Stealth rack

interior

other

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