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Old 09-20-2018, 04:58 PM
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FS (part out) is a '89 4 door Wagoneer. Everything is available and as for prices I'm open to any offers, I honestly just want to get rid of the damn thing. The interior is shot thanks to a leaky moon roof. Has the Dana 30 front axle, I believe the Dana 35 rear. Dude I got it from had it running when he parked it, it's been sitting for 2 years now. If anyone has any interest feel free to PM me or post on this thread I'll try to check in at least once a day. Thanks on advance!
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Curious if you have the rear cargo cover for that. Or any of the brackets, support pieces behind the panels, and hardware.
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Old 09-21-2018, 08:10 AM
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The cargo cover isn't there. But all of the interior pieces are there to include the bars in the cargo area that go up the back seat and on the cargo mat area. I haven't taken anything off of her yet, just don't feel like redoing the entire interior to have another trail vehicle. Has 130k miles on her. I'll pull her out of the tall grass and take some pics after work today.
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Originally Posted by JCruise View Post
The cargo cover isn't there. But all of the interior pieces are there to include the bars in the cargo area that go up the back seat and on the cargo mat area. I haven't taken anything off of her yet, just don't feel like redoing the entire interior to have another trail vehicle. Has 130k miles on her. I'll pull her out of the tall grass and take some pics after work today.
Despite this being called a Wagoneer it is still a Cherokee looking one? Cause I was looking in my '89 parts catalog and the parts all had the same numbers. Reason I ask is cause how you said up the back seat and cargo mat area. The pieces that hold the cover are screwed into interior panels. Anyway no rush on the pictures. Thank you.
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Old 09-21-2018, 05:04 PM
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It's a Cherokee/grand Cherokee platform "wagoneer" trim I guess would be an apt descriptor. Looks just like my 95 XJ other than the wood trim on the sides and 4 headlight thing going on lol not a FSJ though, I have an 83 wagoneer full size and it's much bigger than the 89 😂. The 89 has a lot of similar trim to my Waggy though (like the slats in the cargo area and up the back seat.
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Originally Posted by JCruise View Post
It's a Cherokee/grand Cherokee platform "wagoneer" trim I guess would be an apt descriptor. Looks just like my 95 XJ other than the wood trim on the sides and 4 headlight thing going on lol not a FSJ though, I have an 83 wagoneer full size and it's much bigger than the 89 😂. The 89 has a lot of similar trim to my Waggy though (like the slats in the cargo area and up the back seat.
That is what I thought, looked pretty much like any XJ from '96 down, from my parts catalogs but wasn't sure. I know this is a RHD but these are the pieces I am looking for circled. There supports behind the panels to reinforce what you see in the pictures. Plus the hardware. Looking to get as much of the pieces that I can.
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What transfer case does that have? I have an Ď89 Cherokee wag as well and need the t-case. Also, yeah pics. Iím sure I might need a few more things. What about the trim pieces around the wood grain, how do those look?
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Old 10-02-2018, 11:29 AM
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I believe it's the 231 but I haven't had a chance to get under it yet to verify that. Been working too much!!
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The wood grain trim is pretty shot, I was planning on making new ones when I make them for my full size waggy.
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I need the black pull tab thing that the push button lock on the outside of the tailgate sits in. You know the thing you wrap your finger around to raise the tailgate after you engage the button. Do you have this?
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Want to ship the header panel...?
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The wood grain trim is pretty shot, I was planning on making new ones when I make them for my full size waggy.
so if and when you have time, I am looking for all of the below:

1. Tailgate wood trim, specifically the lower of the 2 pieces that runs width ways across the tailgate and breaks for the license plate. I need the half that goes from the license plate to the passenger side corner.

2. The chrome Jeep plate that covers the lip of the tailgate above the license plate indent.

3. The chrome Jeep logo for the front hood

5. Passenger headlight bezel in chrome for the multi light configuration

6. Tan rear grab handles (both sides)

if you have any or all of this, I would be interested.
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Looking for the windshield washer nozzles? Both, shipped to 87144.

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what steering wheel does it have?
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Hey,
Wondering if you have any of the wood-grain, outer edge molding pieces still attached. I would buy the whole set if available. also out of curiosity what color is the Jeep? Could use a rear stock fender flare if it's the right stock color.
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