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August 2017 ● Jackrabbit41's '87

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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 

 

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



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