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  1. well I bought an 87' metric ton mj. 4 liter i6 312k miles and the 4 speed auto(might swap for a stick later). Literally no rust. It has a tiny bit of surface rust on the tailgate and the hood. I got it for 2k it needs a lot of work such as a new bench seat, figuring out why the taillights and tail turn signals don't work (fuse?) I need to give it a good cleaning. I need to name it to I'm getting some like rough and tough girl vibes from it(if anyone has any suggestions lemme know) it also needs a new grill( the dude I bought it from gave a mint one to me)
  2. Hello all, I recently picked up my second MJ (1989 Long bed, 4x4, 4.0 auto) and it has the metric ton package. I want to lift it 4.5" (planning on running 33's) but don't want to lose the payload capabilities. I read the leaf spring thread and many people are saying the MT leaf springs were giving them 3 inches of lift. I am assuming those were short beds with the beefier springs but unsure. Any suggestions or advice?
  3. Strolling through the parking lot of my local hardware store, I spotted this short-bed MJ in the parking lot. It's a dark purple Pioneer 4x4. Not sure of the year (the VIN was covered by some paper, so I couldn't get it). It's a Metric Ton with an immaculate back bumper lol. Was a 4.0L/5-speed with bucket seats. I didn't have any cards on me, so I wrote down the site on an old oil filter box and my username. If it's anyone here or you're just now joining, hi!
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