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August 2017 ● Jackrabbit41's '87


Well, folks... here we are in August already! This month is all about another one of our up and comers that has built a very cool MJ over the past couple years. Haven't seen it yet? Better take a close look! This month we're happy to show...

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YEAR/MODEL ●
1987 Jeep Comanche 4x4 Pioneer Long Bed

ENGINE/PERFORMANCE ●
4.0l with 4 hole injectors otherwise stock

DRIVETRAIN ●
AX15 with a hurst short throw shifter, Trussed HP30, Ford 8.8, NP231

COOLING ●
Stock with aluminum Expansion tank

ELECTRICAL/IGNITION ●
Renix

SUSPENSION/STEERING ●
OTK Ironrock Offroad steering, about a 6.5 inch short arm lift, Spring Over

INTERIOR ●
Custom Center console and bedlined floors, otherwise stock with a nice bench seat. great for the ladies ;)

BRAKES ●
Discs all around with drilled and slotted rotors up front

LIGHTING ●
2 KC hi lights up front and rear facing Flush LED cubes

EXTERIOR ●
Metallic Grey. Painted 2 years ago by Macco. Decent job looks good though. Also have Napier Products flaires. Nates 4x4 front bumper and sliders. Homemade rear bumper

WHEELS/TIRES ●
Black powder coated steel wheels and 33x10.5x15 toyo M/T

MISCELLANEOUS ●
Have a train horn and a PA system, makes for alot of fun. Plus its fun to blind your friends with the rear LEDs

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FULL BUILD THREAD HERE


Remember That One Time?... Tell Us Your Best MJ Story ●
I was coming home from playing lacrosse with my buddies and there was a little toyota corolla stuck on some train tracks. It was a Asian family from canada, they're all horrible drivers by the way, and they turned off of the intersection onto the train tracks. I winched them off and they paid me $50, all took pictures with me and invited to their house in Vancouver, BC for dinner. It was quite a weird experience but also pretty funny.

CC is Awesome!... Why Do You Think So? ●
I had never worked on any vehicles until my jeep and comanche club taught me everything. I am so thankful for this resource and I've tried my best to do as much as i can to give back

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Such an awesome truck! It's great to see the younger crowd having an interest in these old trucks. Way to go 'Rabbit! Keep it on the road and congratulations!

-Ben

5 Comments

veeeerrrrrryyyyyy nice  :bowdown:

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bluenotenick
Aug 02 2017 09:13 PM

Dig that hurst shifter. Nice truck!

It's even better in person.
Nice job dude!
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88whitemanche
Aug 06 2017 09:59 PM
Congrats bud
Well deserved
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DesertRat1991
Aug 08 2017 08:19 AM
LoL, PA system and train horn... awesome. Congrats man!