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The most fun I've ever had in a SUV..4X4
by 4X4 Enthusiast from Winston Salem NC 27103 | September 27, 2011
I have affected lots of repairs to this old classic.. 1. Both front and rear universals including drive shaft.. 2. Head gasket..w/ engine descaling.. 3. New battery and cable's (total)..4. Radiator.. 5. Water Pump.. 6. Tires. 7. Rotors.. 8. Ignition module (start)..9. some injectors.. 10. Steering Wheel mount.. 11. New Windshield.. 12. Regularly Oil Changes....in other words it's been taken care of.. Nice 4X4 to play or work with..