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FS: 2001 Cherokee XJ 60th Anniv. lifted & low miles

Selling my very clean 2001 Cherokee XJ 60th Anniversary which just turned 110,000 miles.  Kind of rare clean truck.  Spend months looking for it.  Without knowing the miles, it can pass for a sum 90K mile truck just by looking at it.  Its just a nice urban Jeep that will get you through any snow and haul my kids around.   Located near Chicago.  NEVER EVER been off roaded, crawled, no skid plates, sliders, lockers, NO offroading damage ANYWHERE, fender flares in mint condition, no crazy bumpers or winches, frame damage from plowing, pulling etc.. .  No trail rig here.  Im sure it would be very respectable as is or with a few additional mods.  Couldnt risk damage or expense as this is my primary source of transportation and needs to be dependable.


Interior and exterior is very clean.  Outside doesnt have any dents or scratches.  Paint shines really nicely.  Very minor rust in a few places that has been treated with POR 15.  Interior is black and rear seats look like probably never sat in. I had two baby seats in there only.   No leaks or engine smoke.   Tune-up done with new plugs, coil and wires just under 100K.  All fluids changed, engine obviously, diff, trans and both axles.


I bought the truck a few years back that had only one owner and it was mint and 100% stock.   It had to be stored inside.  In the last 10-15K miles I got the itch and did the following mods just to have a nice urban Jeep, just rounding $s:

·         Rough Country 4.5 lift $400 plus in$stall, Full lift.  No cheap add leafs, blocks, spacers and other budget BS.  Brand new full leafs w/shackles and front springs

·         Transfer case drop

·         Monroe Sensatrac  shocks $300 

·         Nitto Grappler tires 31.5 265/75/16, 90% tread left $800+, looks nice with the classic 16 wheels and not the usual 31/15 combo.  Perfectly balanced and rotated regularly.   Alignment is perfect and they are wearing out evenly, no odd tread wear

·         Iron Man Track Bar $200

·         Viper 2-way alarm and remote start good up to ¼ mile.  $400, best investment I ever made for these Chicago cold winters. 

·         Kenwood CD headunit  $200

·         All new speakers $200

·         COMPLETELY NEW brakes, yes includes front rotors, calipers & pads, rear drums, pads and all hardware $400, from Napa with lifetime warranty

·         Front bearings hubs from Napa with lifetime warranty $400

·         ALL NEW AC SYSTEM.  Yes, this Jeep has a fully functioning and charged AC system.  Heating components were also changed.  All new AC components under the dash, hood, etc.  $450 and I paid another $400 in labor to take out the dash and install everything.

·         Rustys cold air kit $70

·         Front sway bar quick disconnects $50

·         Tow hitch $150

·         New crank sensor $$

·         Tinted windows to match rears $$

·         New battery $80

·         Probably another $1,000 in installation, balancing, alignment, etc.

·         EQUALS TO OVER $4,000


Im sure Im missing a few things here and there that came up


The truck drives perfectly.  Has the proper balancing and alignment done for the lift.  Axle angles checked and shimmed w/HD track bar.  You can do 80mph on the highway all day without thinking of getting the death wobble.  I would not put two kids in there if there was any chance of that happening.


I have no idea where to start, but I know I have a nice clean dependable and not beat to **** truck.  Title in hand.  Needs to go as I dont have room in the driveway, but I wont give it away.   How bout we start at $6,800.  All reasonable offers will be considered.   Im open to few trades plus cash.  2 stoke dirt bikes:  CR500, 2005+ YZ250 or anything equivalent.   Mustang notchback.   Banshee performance parts.   Need a 2-place snowmobile aluminum trailer.  I need some 275/65/20 or 305/55/20 tires for my new Tundra.  Let me know what you got. 


Call seven 7 three, six three 6, five 26 three.  PM me for more info or send email for pics.  Thanks





2001 Cherokee XJ 60th Anniv.
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TTT, I guess my initial asking price is a bit high, but it's a really clean and solid truck. Shoot me some offers. Thanks

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