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Thread: How many miles were on your TJ or LJ when you bought it.

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    Fresh Catch
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    Oct 2019
    Heflin, AL

    2004 TJ Sport 4.0

    245,000 miles and still runs great.
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    Nothing but a Thing Strodinator's Avatar
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    Apr 2017
    Mine had 106k when I got it in 2014 I think it was. I had just cleared 120k when I started the engine swap and probably put on another 2k over the past year. Holding up remarkably well considering I keep tearing it apart and changing it further. Surprisingly I liked my ZJ better for on road but nothing compares to the TJ. FB_IMG_1570678114996.jpeg

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