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How big was the Jeep Comanche

Discussion in 'Wrangler, CJ, Wagoneer, other traditional Jeeps' started by voiceofstl, Aug 14, 2017.

  1. voiceofstl

    voiceofstl Well-Known Member

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    Were they slightly smaller then the Dakato?
    I find the S-10 so small as to be useless as a truck.
     
  2. valiant67

    valiant67 Rich Corinthian Leather
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    I was unimpressed with the room inside a Comanche both times I considered on (both when the 4.0 came out and a few years later when I was looking at an Eliminator).
    I was driving a 1987 Dakota and didn't have the leg room (long legs) in the Comanche that the Dakota had. I felt there was a small amount more room in the Comanche than in the 1984 Ranger my parents had.
    Just how they felt to me - I never measured them or looked up the specs.
     
  3. voiceofstl

    voiceofstl Well-Known Member

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    The Comanche could tow alot and carry alot of wieght but I was interested in Bed size.
     
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    valiant67 Rich Corinthian Leather
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    I'm sure that information can be googled.
     
  5. Skinpine

    Skinpine Active Member

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    Comanche came in short bed 6' and long bed 7' versions and was about the same size as Ranger and S-10. There was also a one ton version that had a Dana 44 rear axle besting all its competitors.

    If you have set in the front of a Cherokee, the Comanche was the same.
     
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    It was a Cherokee with a box. I know, I worked on it...
    Being a unibody, a lot of time was spent developing the "X" brace underneath, so it wouldn't fold in two.
     
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