"84 Scrambler in South Korea


Blown Budget
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SOA Member
Welcome aboard! Yep, we need pics...

How in the heck did a Scrambler make it to Korea? And...what was it doing there when you found it?

scrmbln dirtbag

Kimchi Bio-fuel
Orange Park
The pics.

Here are the pics I took today. Nothing special, it's cold and the sun wasn't out. Don't worry I'll put more photography worthy photos in the future.

It's a bit dirty. I could resist a little mud the first day i got it. I'll clean it up this weekend so you guys can really see how this baby shines.

I'm a big fan of this top. It looks great without the windows on.

Original color interior. I'll change it to black later on.

The original tire carrier. THe only rust on the whole truck.

Only 124k on the odometer.

The engine bay could use alittle cleaning.

Well, hope you guys enjoy the teaser. I'll add more later.:cool:


Picture cravin' AK Postal nut
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Welcome! Glad you made it on and congrats on the purchase. Cool to know you're the only one in the country with one, that's awesome. :thumbsup:

Sounds like a great plan, there's definitely some aftermarket touches on this, but nothing wrong with that and it looks great.

On the steering, the kind of play you're talking about in the wheel will not be helped with a steering stabilizer (and don't bother with the dual setup, one is all you need) except maybe to cover up the problem. You'll need to find the source of that much play. It's not unusual for something/everything between the steering wheel and the tires to need to be replaced (I don't quite mean that literally) to get the steering to be properly tight. There's lots of good threads on here about things to check to fix loose steering. A stabilizer is only there to dampen hard bumps from potholes, rocks and what not, otherwise you should be able to run without one and not have any issues on smooth roads.

Welcome again and congrats on the find after such a long wait! :cheers:


Amiable Jeeper
That Jeep looks like it is in pretty nice shape! I can see that the paint looks good, even with mud over it. Send those seats over to me on the next boat to America -they're a perfect color for those hot top-down days. They'd go great in my FSJ!