Looking for a great grab handle?

April 27, 2008

If you have a Wrangler and want to give your passengers a sturdy, well-designed, “o-sh*t!” handle, we recommend the grab handle by EK Motorsports. it’s available in red, black, or camoflage and can be purchased at JeepWorld.com.


Historical Jeep Codes

April 26, 2008
Code Year(s) Notes
KJ 2002-2007 Jeep Liberty
WJ 1999-2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee
ZJ 1993-1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee
TJ 1997-2006 Jeep Wrangler
YJ 1987-1996 Jeep Wrangler
J 1963-1987 Jeep Gladiator
SJ 1963-1991 Jeep Wagoneer
XJ 1984-2001 Jeep Cherokee
MJ 1984-1992 Jeep Comanche pickup
DJ 1952-1973 Dispatch or Delivery Jeep – 2 wheel drive trucks
M-715 1967-1969 Truck
M-151 Military Vehicle built by Jeep and designed by Ford.
C-101 1966-1973 Jeepster
CJ-10 Pickup built for the military
CJ-8 1982-1986 “Scrambler” Pickup with 103.5″ wheelbase.
CJ-7 1976-1986 Updated CJ-5 with a 93.5″ wheelbase
CJ-6 1956-1975 Civilian Jeep
CJ-5 1954-1986 Civilian Jeep
FC 1957-1966 Forward Control Trucks
M38A1 1954-1957 Military Jeep.
VJ 1949-1950 2 wheel drive Jeepster
CJ-V35U 1950 Modified CJ-3A that was built for the Navy.
CJ-4 1950 Prototype that was never produced.
M-606 1954-1968 Military version of the CJ-3B.
CJ-3B 1953-1964 Similar to CJ-3A but had a higher hood.
M-38 1950-1955 Military version of the CJ-3A.
CJ-3A 1946-1953 Civilian Jeep, slight body modifications.
CJ-2A 1945-1949 Civilian Jeep
CJ-2 1944-1945 The first of the civilian model Jeeps. CJ stands for Civilian Jeep.
MB 1942-1945 The standard WWII military Jeep built from 1942-1945. The B
indicates it was the second model of the series.
MA 1941 The first Jeep prototype. The M indicates a military vehicle and the
A the first model.

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