American Motors Corporation produced the Jeep J20 pickup truck from 1974 to 1987. It was the three-quarter-ton version of the Jeep J10 and the offspring of the Jeep Gladiator. The J20 featured the same body styling as the Jeep Cherokee and Wagoneer with the conventional slab-sided or step-side cargo box. The Jeep J20 also shared the same mechanical components and chassis as the Cherokee and Wagoneer.
The full-size Jeep J20 was essentially the same truck as the Jeep Gladiator, which was the pickup truck version of the Jeep Wagoneer launched in 1963 by Kaiser-Jeep. By 1970, the Gladiator three-quarter-ton model featured a 132-inch wheelbase and gross vehicle weight rating of 7,000 lbs. American Motors Corporation purchased Jeep from Kaiser in 1970 and eliminated the Gladiator nameplate in 1972 to simply call it "Jeep" or "Jeep J-Series." When Chrysler purchased Jeep from AMC in 1987, it dropped the J-Series truck line in favor of the Comanche pickups. Chrysler produced the Comanche through 1992.
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The Jeep J20, and its sibling, the J10, featured the same architecture as the Cherokee-Wagoneer. It had the same front axle, dashboard and the optional Quadra-Trac system for four-wheel drive models. The Jeep also shared the Cherokee's body-on-frame truck construction. The J10 and J20 came with the same trim as the Cherokee's Pioneer model. While the J10 featured a 119-inch wheelbase, the J20 was available with the 119-inch wheelbase or the extended 131-inch wheelbase for the long bed version. Standard equipment on the J20 were wood grain exterior accents, chrome front bumper, fabric seats, carpeting, dual horns, hub caps, brightwork around the windows, 12.5-inch power front disc brakes and a locking glove box.
TRUCKEFX UNIVERSAL RUBBER MAST ANTENNA, MANUAL, BLACK
1370 mm cable; A high quality antenna; May require modification or other adjustment to your vehicle upon installation; With 1-year limited TruckEFX warranty.
1988 Jeep J20