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  2. http://teamcherokee.com/interior-trim-garnish-pin-16-piece-set-cherokee-comanche-1984-1996/
  3. I'm looking to stop the heat coming off my floor in my MJ, I want it so that theres a layer of good reliable insulation, and then some vinyl/rubber material on top instead of carpet. Does anyone have any good suggestions? Not too worried about stopping sound, just heat.
  4. I'm looking to stop the heat coming off my floor in my MJ, I want it so that theres a layer of good reliable insulation, and then some vinyl/rubber material on top instead of carpet. Does anyone have any good suggestions? Not too worried about stopping sound, just heat.
  5. As I stated in the first post, I have a "Merch" account. I figured that I would put it to use. If it weren't for that, I wouldn't have offered at all, since I have no equipment of my own and no creativity whatsoever. Working with Amazon has been "challenging" though, to say the least. Much more so than I expected, and I've been selling on Amazon for years. I've been in discussions with Pete again recently. I'll keep trying to get short sleeve shirts made available. If I can't do it on Amazon though, it'll be up to someone else to make those available. We've moved a few long sleeve t's, sweatshirts, and hoodies on Amazon. I'll try to make sure that at least one of everything sells in the first 180 days. That should ensure that the options that have been accepted already stay available. As much of a pain as it has been to get designs accepted, I still really like Amazon as a place for us to get our shirts and such. I think that most people are already used to doing at least some of their shopping on that site. And if you happen to be a "Prime" member, the shipping is free.
  6. MoPar still has a bunch. I finally got my five in today at work. They come in black rather than that tan and the part number is 6504995AA. I’ll get a picture in the morn on those if you would like. Or use the part number as cross reference.
  7. I've taken the interior apart so many times that my ol fir tree clips or whatever they are called have taken a turn for the worse. I've now tried 2 sets I've found at the auto parts store and failed. Anybody have a link? Thanks
  8. Knucklehead, Got as far as reading about putting a concrete block under your jack stands... Thought to myself - OH SHIP - then read the rest of your post. You were DARN Lucky. Bet the "concrete" blocks were really cinder blocks used to build walls. They are well known to fail under stress. Good old fashioned wood blocks are the safe things to use under those conditions. I have a fair selection of 4" by 6" and 4" x 8" wood blocks that I will stack under the car or truck for my safety. My wood blocks are about 2 feet long and I just put them flat on the ground. Stack 2 side by side, then up to desired height. Even steel jack stands can slip or fail with a car or truck on them.
  9. 1988 Jeep Comanche base 2wd 4.0 5 speed ba/10-5 dana 35 3.07 gears open diff gauge package dealer installed a/c originally had bucket seats but I put those in my 87 and has a bench now. Its daily driven 50-60 miles a day. 144,xxx as of now.
  10. 1989 Comanche 4x4 4.0 I6, 5 speed manual, 231 transfer case, D30 front, D35 rear with 3.73 gears and Eaton TruTracs F&R, a few inches of lift, 31” BFG All Terrains. Stock interior with gauges, factory A/C, bench seat. Homebuilt Bumpers and Rock Rails. Led light bars, Warn M8000 Winch in receiver cradle mount can plug in front or rear, Plus a few extra doodads. A never ending project.
  11. Nice time to add my 88
  12. every truck in the registry will get the build date.
  13. Nice , you think you can tell me when my 88 was built? We have similar paint jobs as well
  14. I believe a good magician never reveals his secrets. But I ain't no magician, I use a parts catalogue program from Chrysler.
  15. Eagle

    Jeep Fail

    They were more interested in "Easter eggs," like cutesy hidden storage spaces and such.
  16. How did you get the build date ? Just curious , I had always wondered when it was built since it has parts from earlier Comanches like the hood prop rod being on top of the radiator instead of the passenger fender and the blue face gauges with tach.
  17. Build date: Correct
  18. Build date: Correct
  19. Build date: 9/3/86. Used 20 days later.
  20. Build date: 4/20/87. Ha! I was waiting for an 87 4/20 to show up.
  21. Build date: 5/10/87
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