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  1. So after owning my truck for 5.5 years, I'm finally going to start accumulating some parts to restore my 91 Comanche. The front fenders both need body work but surprisingly aren't really rusty. I am thinking of buying some cheap Chinese aftermarket fenders from RockAuto. Does anyone here have experience with them? Do they fit OK or not? I know a lot of cheap Chinese parts don't fit so well or take more labor in fitting them right compared to OEM stuff.
  2. Any update on the truck? I still want to buy your truck instantly right now if you find you no longer like it
  3. I basically haven't driven my truck in a year and I still have the new belt in the package, so yeah haven't done a thing in 4 years LOL...
  4. Thanks for the info, I recently picked up Comanche #4 and it’s missing these sockets.
  5. I think it would look more "normal" if it wasn't so dark, the area you painted. I've never seen an actual black turbine wheel in real life, I've only ever seen them in promo/original pics. Did they actually ever paint them black for production? Black accents on a white truck don't look good if you overdo the black bits.
  6. LOL. I'm in Saskatchewan, it got down to -40C a couple nights ago and it's been frickin' cold. So yesterday it was only -29C and it felt WARM!! I know what you mean.
  7. Turbines go better with the chrome front end. I like your video style but I didn't sub because I didn't want to watch all the other stuff. I'll stay tuned in the thread here.
  8. Or you could find a close color match interior dye such as https://amzn.to/2FToHf8
  9. p.s. stay in school, your grammar is incredible!
  10. Don't worry about it for a month. I've had my truck for 4 years and have spots I didn't do anything with. Yes the rust got worse. I plan on de-rusting and painting the truck this year (resto).
  11. Both supposedly came from XJs so as-is you think either will be fine? I need to change my driveshaft anyway going from 2WD so I can find the right yoke.
  12. I also found a NP242 out of a 99 XJ for sale. Will a 99 work as well?
  13. I have a 91 4.0 AW4 2WD MJ but I want to convert it to 4WD (full time) and AX15 manual. Will this transfer case work? It's a 242 with 23 splines. I dunno if it's a long, short, or medium shaft. I do not yet have the transmission, I'm parts shopping now though. The sellers description: "I have a Jeep-XJ , NP 242 j Transfer case ,tag has build date of -8 -30- 95 , assy.no -5209-8384 and has 2 wire select position sensor ,23 spline input and exposed style output shaft , is good upgrade from NP231 or NP249"
  14. This guy is your friend if you are a home owner: https://www.youtube.com/houseimprovements
  15. Satin black Rustoleum https://amzn.to/2RCf6P8 or similar
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