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JEEPCOLLECTOR91'S JEEP
Year & Model  
1991 YJ Wrangler
Engine  
'94 ZJ 4.0L 6cyl ('98 XJ 4.0L Coming Soon)
Transmission  
AX-15 (5-spd)
Transfer Case  
NP-231 ('97 XJ) w/SYE
Front Axle  
Dana 30 ('98- XJ) w/TJ Front Drive Shaft
Rear Axle  
Dana 44 ('87- XJ) w/Shortened XJ Front Drive
Shaft
Gear Ratio  
3.55 front/3.54 rear
Suspension  
Rubicon Express 2.5" Standard (XJ Pitman
Arm)
Tires  
265/75/R16D BF-Goodrich All-Terrain
Wheels  
16x8 Factory Rubicon Wheels (TJ Moab's)
Armor  
Olympic 4X4 Products A/T Rock Slider Rear Bumper
Accessories  
Accessory switch panel from '98 Cherokee XJ,
Aluminum tool box in rear.
Future Mods  
'98 XJ 4.0L, Eaton E-Locker for the XJ Dana-44
rear axle
 
INSTALLED PRODUCTS
Armor
Audio, CB, & Electrical
Axles
Body
Engine
Borla borla cat back
Interior
Recovery
Suspension
Rubicon Express RE5505
Tires & Wheels
BF Goodrich BFG Radial All Terrain T/A KO
Transfer Case
Transmissions

JEEP HISTORY
I bought my first Jeep in 1998. It was a
1959 Willy's CJ-5 which was mostly all
original. I had bought this to use mainly
off-road with very little street use. In
2000 I purchased a 1991 Jeep Wrangler
Sahara YJ which was completely original
and looked like new. It had been garage
kept its whole life and never used
off-road. I had planned to use it as my
daily driver with occasional off-road use.
After driving it for about 6 months and
swapping the street tires for a set of
30x9.50 BFG Mud Terrains, I quickly
realized that it was much better off-road
than the '59 Willy's and I got very good
at wheeling it on logging trails with open
diffs and no lift. In 2007 I decided to
sell the '59 that had not been driven much
since purchasing the YJ and put all of
that money into the '91. The '91 YJ has
been through a lot since I purchased it
and I am glad to say I will never get rid
of it. The frame is still rust free and
you can still read the build date stamped
into the left rear corner near the shackle
mount. I have learned a lot about working
on Jeeps thanks to the YJ. I think the
best part of '91-'06 Wranglers is that the
parts are so interchangeable. Like my ZJ
engine, XJ transfer case and axles, to my
TJ front driveshaft & wheels. The YJ
currently has 175,000 miles on it and I
will not hesitate to drive it from North
Carolina to Utah,Nevada,& California
for many years to come.

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