MarvinL's 2004 Jeep Wrangler Sahara

MarvinL

You say watch for rust? What's That?
Supporting Member
Sep 9, 2018
40
Lake Providence LA
Here are a few specs and pics of my new to me jeep.
2004 Jeep Wrangler Sahara
4.0l , automatic transmission
Dana 30 front , Dana 44 rear
141,000 mi , 2" block lift
31-10.5-15 mud tires
This my first vehicle and I love it (had it about 3 months) aways liked Jeep's aways will.
I'm from Louisiana in the Mississippi River dalta where the biggest "mountain" is the Mississippi River levee and 80% of the people either are a farmer or work for one.

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Don Ashcraft

TJ Enthusiast
Nov 13, 2018
138
Kalamazoo, MI
Oh for sure. I had two mid-nineties Cherokees before my TJ and they were both great overall but towards the end of each I had a hell of a time with electrical issues. Mainly power windows and light wiring in rear wheel wells. It’s crazy refreshing to have something so simple and efficient to work with. With the proper care and maintenance you can have that thing for a LONG time.
 
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MarvinL

MarvinL

You say watch for rust? What's That?
Supporting Member
Sep 9, 2018
40
Lake Providence LA
Thanks ! Most of my wheeling I do is along a river right close by ( that's where most of those pictures where taken ) . But ya no rocks around here which is to bad for me but the farmers love it.
 
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Don Ashcraft

TJ Enthusiast
Nov 13, 2018
138
Kalamazoo, MI
Nice! Mine is my daily driver and I can’t afford to get too adventurous with her. Here in Michigan there’s plenty of forest and wetlands to explore, so I’ll be sticking to camping trips and what not. But really I just can’t get enough of just driving with the top down and the doors off lol.