the jeep cherokee does not need parts. hehehe
You wrote on Wed, 09 Aug 2006 20:59:18 -0700:
md> Cool.. that's what I needed input on.... An s-10 blazer is a lot more
md> affordable than a Cherokee and I'm guessing that it would be easier to
md> find parts for in Baja..
??>>> That's sort of my question... I've heard that the Japanese trucks are
??>>> pretty much the same truck with 2 or 4wd, not especially more rugged
??>>> or anything.... we're not going hill climbing or anything, just want
??>>> something that will survive better as a daily driver on dirt roads
??>>> because nothing but the hiway is graded there..
??>> If thats 90% of your driveing , a s-10 or s15 will go 200k plus.
??>> My 85 s15 Jimmy is pretty rough as far as looks,my fault,but the drive
??>> train is perfect.It did need a clutch at 187k.And it has 250k now. I
??>> also have a 91 s10 Blazer . Beside the seats ,which needed seat covers
??>> around 100k, looks and runs perfect.And has124k on it now. If you
??>> really like the s10-15`s go to http://forums.s-series.org/ and ask
around about reliabilty and
??>> common problems.
??>>> Unfortunately, we're sort of stuck on needing AC, which doesn't seem
??>>> on anything in the Jeep line except the wagons... been looking at
??>>> Cherokees and
??>>> The appeals to us, but the newer ones are a bit to "SUV" for us and
??>>> we've heard that the older ones are hard to find parts for...
??>> I cant belive parts are to find for land cruiser`s...I was looking at
??>> getting one.Parts are definalty not hard to find on the s10`s.
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