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Discussion in 'Wrangler, CJ, Wagoneer, other traditional Jeeps' started by voiceofstl, Aug 14, 2017.
Were they slightly smaller then the Dakato?
I find the S-10 so small as to be useless as a truck.
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.
The Comanche could tow alot and carry alot of wieght but I was interested in Bed size.
I'm sure that information can be googled.
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.
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.