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  • different edition jeep?

    just wondering how many edition jeeps there really are....such as rubi, saraha, so on and so forth. Also if you would like to include specs on what makes them different and a pic of your or a friends this might end up being way to share your knowledge with some of us still learning....

  • #2
    Wrangler X
    Not sure of the production year start, but it ran from XX-06.
    It's the plane jane of the 6 cyl. It's also the first model in the 6 cyl class. The only model below it is the 4 banger.

    *shrug*

    Does that help?

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    • #3
      Want different edition Jeeps? Check out the Cherokee: Base, SE, Sport, Pioneer, Laredo, Briarwood, Country, Classic, Limited, Wagoneer... Did I get them all?

      As for mine? It's a Sport. It's the lowest model of my year [1998] that comes stock with the 4.0L. The only model lower (SE) comes stock with the 2.5L.
      Last edited by renegadestang; 09-13-2006, 10:49 AM.

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      • #4
        Special editions

        yjs had the Rio Grande edition and the islander edition as well as the renegade

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        • #5
          SE: 4 cylinder, 5 or 6 speed standard, auto option, minimal options from dealer available (no D-44, no 6 cylinder) As of 2003, it is the only model that has the passenger side airbag off switch (due to the rear seat not being standard). 3.73, 4.10, and 4.56 gearing

          X: Introduced in 2002, it is between the SE and Sport, with the biggest difference being a standard 6 cylinder. Also comes with back seat standard. Still no D-44 axle option though. The "X" is offered in 4 packages, the Apex (2002), Freedom (2003), Columbia, and Willy's (2004) which primarily consist of different seat material, wheels, decals/graphics, and a few more options standard. 3.07 and 3.73 axle gearing.

          Sport: Comes with several standard features not included with the SE and X models. 6 cylinder standard. Has the D-44 axle option. Also includes the Rocky Mountain and Golden Eagle Editions. 3.07, 3.73, and 4.10 gear ratios.

          Sahara: The "Cadillac" of TJ's. 6 cylinder standard. Has many standard features (A/C, Tilt, Cruise ect..), also has the 1" wider fender flares (painted to match body color) and body cladding under the doors. D-44 is available. 3.73 and 4.10 gear ratios.

          Rubicon: Introduced in 2003. According to Jeep, "the mightiest Jeep® vehicle we've ever produced.". 6 cylinder standard. It comes with D-44 axles front and rear standard, has a selectable locker front and rear, a 4:1 transfer case, 1" wider fender flares than the SE, X, and Sport, standard 4 wheel disk brakes, and the largest tires offered on a stock Jeep from the factory (LT245/75R16, which = 30.5x9.6x16). 4.10 axle ratio

          Unlimited: Introduced as a 2004.5 model. This model is a TJ that has had the frame extended 10" and the overall length by 15". It has a Dana 44 rear axle, 6 cylinder with a 4 speed automatic transmission with 3.73 gears in the axles standard. In 2005, a 6 speed manual transmission replaced the 5 speed. It is also available in a Rubicon trim level.

          Also, visit THIS SITE for year by year changes.

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          • #6
            kina vague i was looking for specs down to gearing. and maybe this being turned into a sticky after awhile. i think it would be a good thing to have for new members looking to buy a jeep that come across say a Rocky Mountain edition and say wewww this one has differant seats. I guess its partialy my fault didnt say that in the first post...oh well

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            • #7
              guess i cant read thanks blu

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              • #8
                Naw, I changed it for ya.

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                • #9
                  Rubi/Sahara unlimited

                  Great site, but not 100% accurate. I got dual tops with my 05 unlimited. Here's my question though, wilsonst has an 05 Rubi Unlimited Sahara edition listed in his signature and I can't seem to find any references on a rubi/sahara or an unlimited/sahara let alone both together. Anyone know where I can find some info?

                  Originally posted by Blupupher


                  Unlimited: Introduced as a 2004.5 model. This model is a TJ that has had the frame extended 10" and the overall length by 15". It has a Dana 44 rear axle, 6 cylinder with a 4 speed automatic transmission with 3.73 gears in the axles standard. In 2005, a 6 speed manual transmission replaced the 5 speed. It is also available in a Rubicon trim level.

                  Also, visit THIS SITE for year by year changes.

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                  • #10
                    It is either a Rubi or a Sahara, not both, and the Unlimited is either just an Unlimited or an Unlimited Rubi.

                    The site I linked to is another Jeeper who has done the best he can to get all the info together, so it may not be 100% acurate.

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                    • #11
                      The Sahara Edition seems to vary a lot, depending on the year.
                      Mine was so loaded (cruise control, air conditioning, d44 w/Tracloc & 3.73s, etc.) that there weren't anymore options to add to it.
                      Older years seem to have all sorts of configurations, including d35 rear.

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                      • #12
                        Yea, the first year or so the Sahara came with a 35 stock, 44 was not an option till about midway through the first year from what I have read.
                        Both the Sport and Sahara changed almost each model year as to what exactly was "standard"

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                        • #13
                          hey guys, just digging up old threads doing some searches, haven't been around a while but wanted to correct blu... yes, mine is a 2005 Wrangler Rubicon Unlimited Sahara Edition... it is number 603 of 1000 made. It was a limited edition run based on the Jeep in the movie Sahara.

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                          • #14
                            As long as we're floggin' the horse...

                            I did see an Unlimited Sahara on the dealer's lot. But it was a JK, so I don't know whether that figured into your math. I hadn't noticed that in your comment before.

                            Honestly, I wouldn't be surprised at any combo that came out... maybe a Liberty Rubicon next.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by tomsjeep View Post
                              As long as we're floggin' the horse...

                              I did see an Unlimited Sahara on the dealer's lot. But it was a JK, so I don't know whether that figured into your math. I hadn't noticed that in your comment before.

                              Honestly, I wouldn't be surprised at any combo that came out... maybe a Liberty Rubicon next.
                              the unlimited sahara jk's are common, it was the unlimited rubicon sahara lj that was unusual. as far as i know its the only time they put the rubicon and sahara packages in the same model.

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