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  1. I will be out tomorrow up that way so I will stop by and get more pictures of the tail lights along with information on their condition.
  2. I moved on from my shop so I am clearing out a bunch of stuff. I can take PayPal as payment. If you are near Huntsville, AL you can schedule a time with me to come by my shop and see what I have to get rid of. There is a bunch more not listed here. Everything shown here is 35 minutes away from my current place so I will ship out items one or twice a week. 2x heater cores, brand new, for 1997-2001 XJ, $35 shipped each. AEM FIC6 with wiring harness, $30 shipped. 1997 XJ PCM 280AC - $30 shipped XJ PCM, Verify that yours is 493AE or similar, $30 shipped One the few Sprintex prototype supercharger kits for the XJ, no mileage, ran for about fifty minutes on the dyno before deciding it was not enough for my needs.(Stock 4.0L engines only for this! Don't put this on your stroker.) $1,200 plus shipping, shipping will not be cheap($100+) as it is bulky, heavy, and I intend to package the hell out of it. As this was a prototype kit you should expect to need to do your own tuning, EFI control, and more. This will be the last time I post this before it gets put in a box in the attic and forgotten about forever. 4x Spidertrax WHS002 wheel spacers, 5x4.5 1.25" thick, ~50,000 miles, $120 shipped Corbeau MJ seat adapter brackets, $150 shipped Chrome grill pieces for XJ, aftermarket, $50 plus shipping. XJ instrument clusters - Varying condition on needle fade and lens appearance. Please specify the year you need! I have one for 1997 to 1998.5 years and the rest are 1998.5 to 2001. XJ full instrument cluster - $70 shipped, $100 shipped with mileage and VIN programmed. XJ full instrument cluster - $70 shipped, $100 shipped with mileage and VIN programmed. XJ full instrument cluster - $70 shipped, $100 shipped with mileage and VIN programmed. 120MPH police XJ full instrument cluster - $100 shipped, $130 shipped with mileage and VIN programmed. XJ full instrument cluster - $70 shipped, $100 shipped with mileage and VIN programmed. XJ full instrument cluster - $70 shipped, $100 shipped with mileage and VIN programmed. See something you like? Ask and I will get more pictures along with a price. See something you like? Ask and I will get more pictures along with a price. 34, 35, 37, and 41 tooth speedometer gears "short" for newer NP231/NP242 transfer cases, some are new, will check when asked - $25 shipped for new, $10 shipped for used. XJ right rear replacement floor pan, $50, shipping will be expensive. MOPAR ignition coil pack for distributorless 4.0L engines, new, $150 shipped. 2.5" Magnaflow muffler, new, $50 shipped XJ rear bump stops, works on MJ as well, 4.1" tall, new - $20 shipped for the pair. 1997 XJ wiper stock, used with 200,000+ miles, works, $15 shipped. Rough Country Transfer Case Drop Kit for TJ(Probably with metric bolts) and an assortment of stickers I stashed in there, $20 shipped. Fixed sway bar end links for a JK, I think, longer from a lift kit. A friend left them at the shop. $15 shipped. Various, ask and I will get more pictures. MOPAR cruise control retrofit kit for 2002? to 2004 TJ - These are hard to find. You will need the switches($100 for a pair from Standard Motor Products) and the wiring that goes into the cab to the steering wheel clock spring will need to be replaced.(Some wire and a few spade connectors.) This kit requires disassembling one of the PCM connectors to add the terminals.(You can see when I installed it here: https://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f22/project-alexia-s-nice-jeep-628045/index14.html#post7877414) - $100 shipped Oh yeah, anyone want to buy a Comanche? It needs a transmission and a title. Makes a great driveway ornament.
  3. The message identifier for speed is eluding me, but I have all the other gauges working.
  4. I am back now with Chrysler PCI bus support. The format for the individual pieces of data is similar to CCD, but the protocol for how the data is presented is slightly different.
  5. I drove it around a few miles and put gas in it. It managed to keep forward gears this time, but it is clear that one or both of the clutch packs are slipping. I am going to see if I can get it rebuilt for a reasonable price.
  6. If I had a few million dollars laying around, sure! :P
  7. I did not get any presents from family*, but I did get to be the aunt that spoils the nephews. So I got big smiles from them! *I did get a gift from a close and supportive friend who I really should return the favor to.
  8. The transmission works fine now? Maybe? Question mark? I just drove it around the neighborhood to work it a bit and it shifted into second gear without hesitating. I am going to go for a drive after dinner and see if I get stranded.
  9. You can check on here: https://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/70-hauling/ Basically it is a forum of professionals and amateurs with spare space that might get you a discount,
  10. I asked Pete for permission to post this once. Part of the final touch for getting this drive train swap done is getting the gauge cluster working. Of course I plan to do the same as I did in the Comanche with a translator box for the two different manufacturer's communication protocols. I have had a handful of people asking me over the past month when I would start selling these to the public. By this point I am so far long on the hardware design side that I am actually starting my own company. https://www.scarletperformance.com/ - Just the logo for now on the site. More will come in a few months once production samples are produced. Interfaces and Protocols(More Protocols in the Future) Include: * 2x CAN with all supported speeds * GMLAN * Haltech CAN * Single Wire CAN (Low Speed) * GMLAN SWC * Chrysler CCD * ISO9141 K and L * J1850 VPW * Chrysler PCI * J1850 PWM Features: * 5v DAC for simulating engine health sensor output * 12v DAC for simulating engine health sensor output * 8x 12 volt General Purpose Inputs for digital logic * SD Card slot for data logging * QSPI 32Mbit Flash for additional code storage(CircuitPython support) * JTAG/SWD 10 pin connector(For total customization of the firmware) * USB port for end user configuration and flashing To be clear: Scarlet Performance is not associated with the Comanche Club and this will be the only time I will be posting about it in this fashion.
  11. They still don't! I am getting a brake kit from Black Magic Brakes when I get back from vacation. Thanks! I looked for about four years for one to become affordable after they came out.
  12. Alexia

    Calling all LJ guys

    The picture is old, but this is a 3" Savvy lift mixed with Metalcloak, Metalcloak fenders and such, simple steel bumpers, 4.88 gearing, ARB air lockers, and a few other things. The wheels were replaced recently with 2019 JL Rubicon take offs. It is a bit of a sleeper on the street.
  13. The easiest would be to grab a 1997 engine and body wiring harness to toss in. It would be back to normal in a day minus the transmission problems.
  14. I am done with this truck. The replacement transmission was acting up I assume due to the valve body modifications I made for harder shifts. So I just swapped in the spare stock valve body I have. Now it only has first and third gear. Well, it had second and fourth until I got to the intersection to block everyone. I have put less than 10,000 miles on this project since starting it seven years ago. I could not just leave it alone after it was running fine before going the Haltech route and I ruined it. The code is not finished(fuel and odometer), but it works fine.
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