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1998 Jeep Cj On The Trail

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Clifton Slay’s Bruiser also pushed the limits of CJ performance. It was one of the first street/trail Jeeps to run fully hydraulic steering. The ’98 version had an injected AMC 360, a Turbo 400, an Atlas II, Avalanche Advantage chromoly 9-inch axles, coilover/quarter-elliptical suspension, a 106-inch wheelbase, boat-side rockers, industry-first Stinger bumpers, and 38-inch Mickey Thompson Claws.