'00 XJ: Currie Hi9, D44, Atlas, ARB, TNT, Warn...


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Selling my XJ that has very low miles for its age. Drives on highway to the trail and back, no problem. For the more "difficult rated" trails, it's been through the Rubicon once, Barrett Lake once, Deer Valley once, Slickrock twice. I rarely drive this because I've always had other rigs at the same time. It's in good condition, and I think most others will say very good, but I'll let the buyer be the judge of that. I baby this rig on road and off road, you won't be disappointed.

Price: $9,500
Location: Novato (Marin County), CA.

2000 Jeep Cherokee XJ
4.0L I6 OHV
Automatic Transmission
78,607 original miles
Clean title, passed smog during last registration but I will re-smogged again prior to selling
I purchased the XJ from Toyota of SF in 2006 (I am the second owner) when it was bone stock with 35,000 miles.

Here is what you get:

Axles and Driveline
Currie Hi9 front axle, 4.56, ARB locker (w/ ARB compressor), 35 spline, LCA skid plates
Dana 44 rear axle, 4.56, Detroit locker, 33 spline, RuffStuff 3/8" diff cover, trussed, rear disc brakes
CV Driveshafts (South Bay Driveline custom made)
Warn premium hubs in front
Atlas 2spd transfer case 4.3

TNT Customs long arm kit
TNT Customs belly skid plate
Ruff Stuff 1-ton cross-over steering .25 tube
Ruff Stuff trackbar .25 tube
Parts Mike OTK high steer arms
Rubicon Express 5.5 front coil springs
Rubicon Express 5.5 rear leaf springs
Teraflex shackles
Fox Racing 2.0 remote reservoir shocks
Rough Country 2.2 steering stabilizer
35" BFG KM Mud Terrain tires (with lots of tread left on all four tires)
Pro Comp 16x8 7069 wheels

ARB front bumper
Warn M8000 winch
AJ's Offroad rock sliders
Detour USA Slim-line rear bumper with tire carrier and 2" receiver
Gas tank skid 3/16" (Any7Offroad custom made)
Fender sliders integrated onto front bumper (Any7Offroad custom made)

Flowmaster exhaust (Speedee Muffler custom bent/weld)
aFe Power Magnum FORCE air intake system
Alpine CD stereo and speakers

I try to keep it as clean as often as I can, but the headliner is starting to hang down, and the rear main seal does have the typical "tiny" leak, a drip here and there. Lastly, the rear passenger left/right seat belt shoulder straps were chewed up by my dog that I rescued (he had anxiety issues). I never needed to replace them because I've never had passengers ride in the back. Been meaning to get a replacement set at the junk yard but just have no time too.