Selling our jeep. My wife upgraded to a newer one. Has 4.7 V8 and quadra drive. It has 140ish thousand miles, we bought it with around 100,000 miles and I have done all the maintenance. New radiator, coolant flushed, starter, battery, steering pump, upper tie rod ends, a bunch of pulleys/tentioner and belt, iat/tps/map/iac/o2 sensors all replaced in the last 40,000 miles. All fluids are synthetic. Suspension is bilstein shocks, jks adjustable track bar, OME front 2.5" springs, stock UC springs rear with 1//2" spacer. Sits level. Replaced the rear upper control arm and ball joint when I did the suspension. Replaced a few other control arms, I forget which ones. Tires are dynapro ATM and have over 50% tread left. Transfer case and both diffs worked as they were suppose to every time I used it in snow or sand. Pulled an f350 out in 4lo and everything locked as it should.
Its not perfect, has a few small dents/chips/tears. Left rear bumper got bumped. Torque converter shudders on lock up sometimes, sometimes works perfectly. Has done this sense I got it, have flushed the fluid twice and it never looks burnt. Radio pops when the engine is cold, I think it's a ground in the ignition or radio. It goes away for a while when the spark plugs get changed. The car wanders a little bit when driving.
Its a jeep, things are going to brake and I'm sure there's a few things on their last leg that I don't know about yet, just trying to keep it honest. But it's a cheap way to get a decent car with a pretty good stock 4x4 system. I have gotten up icy hills and through deep sand that other people who thought they had better 4x4 could not get through. The wife's new 2014 grand Cherokee can't even compare to this jeep off road.