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They are in a way the same thing. The Jeep "SPORT" is a trim package of the jeep wrangler. A Jeep "TJ" Is the frame type TJ's were made from 97(produced in 96) until 2006 when they were replaced by the jeep JK. The wrangler before 1997 was the jeep YJ. Other trim packages in the 97 to 06 years where the SE, Sport, Sahara, Rubricon.

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NO, there is enough of a difference between the YJ and TJ that the tops do not match up properly.


Not much difference between the two, the year between them pretty much equals the difference out. If there is a difference in motors it may make a difference but I would say they are even.


The front speakers in a 1997 Jeep TJ are 4"x6"


The 2000 is actually a TJ. These names are used to describe different model years. The YJs were the 1987-1995 models, while the 1997-2006 models were referred to as TJs. The new Jeeps (2007-present) are called JKs.


31x10.5-15 is the max for a on/off-road use TJ without a lift. Jeep offered 30x9.5-15 from the factory which is what I'm running on my 97 TJ Sport an it looks great.


All TJ models should be compatible.


That depends on the year and make My 2001 Sahara TJ has 15 x 8 rims, while a 2005 sport TJ has 15 x 7.


A regular Jeep TJ GVW is 4450 stock..


Nothing really, some top fit differences, some mirror changes, the rest were interior changes.


The initials 'TJ' do not actually stand for anything, other than a way to separate year models (YJ, TJ, JK, etc.). The last Jeep initials that actually stood for anything were CJ (Civilian Jeep).


It is either a Cherokee, Grand Cherokee, or Wrangler. The model codes are xj, wj, and tj.


a TJ is the model designation for wranglers made from 1996-2006. the wrangler succeeded the cj in 1987 and from then till 1995 it was the wrangler YJ. the current wrangler is a JK. so 44-86=CJ 87-95=YJ 97-06=TJ 07-now=JK There wasn't a 1996 JEEP WRANGLER. The Civilian Jeep or CJ was put to pasture in 1987. The "new" jeep was born and named Wrangler. The YJ Jeep Wrangler is a smaller, lighter, and has square headlights. Jeepers of the world said "Nay!" on square headlights. Hence, after the last YJ with square headlights was created the YJ was no longer made. The TJ Jeep Wrangler is mostly the same Jeep but it has round headlights. THEY ARE INITIALS FOR WRANGLER MODELS Jeep Wrangler TJ and YJ are the initials for Wrangler models. As per the official information disclosed by Jeep, TJ and YJ don't essentially mean anything, though many of the Jeep fans strongly believe that TJ stands for "tough Jeep", YJ for "yuppie Jeep", CJ for "Civilian Jeep" so on and so forth.


just below 20 gallons, right around 19.5 or so. NO actually, I own this jeep wrangler tj and the tank is 15 gallons unless you have the extended travel tank which is 18 gallons. Thats a 1997 wrangler tj sport 4.0 model.


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Will a 304 engine fit in a 1998 TJ jeep wrangler?


Yes. The 1997 Jeep hard top can be replaced by any jeep hard top from 1997 to 2005.


Tj was the body code from 1997-2006.


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It is a TJ, but the unlimited is called the LJ


Yes, the TJ went from 1997 to 2006


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Jeep YJ doors can be removed by taking the nuts off the bottoms of the door hinges. in 1987, it was a Jeep YJ. In 1997 the TJ model came out. Jeep YJ doors can be removed by taking the nuts off the bottoms of the door hinges. in 1987, it was a Jeep YJ. In 1997 the TJ model came out.



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