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Comanche SS

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About Comanche SS

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    Comanche Aficionado

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    San Diego, CA
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    1989 MJ Sportruck AX15 231 30/44 SWB Fun Runner

    1999 XJ AW4, 231 4:1, Rockjock 44s, Beadlocks, 3-Link, Locked, Chromos, 35s (SOLD)

    1997 XJ AW4 D30/8.25 (PARTS)

    1990 MJ Pioneer Metric Tonne LS Swap, Locked, Long Arms, LWB (TRADED)

    2015 JKU Sport-35s on 3.5in lift

    1998 XJ Sport-35's on 5in lift (SOLD)

    1987 MJ Street Comanche #59 (SOLD/PARTED)

    2007 WK SRT8 (SOLD)

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  1. Comanche SS

    Comanche Fun-Runner

    More and more Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  2. Comanche SS

    Comanche Fun-Runner

    Yep. This "daily build" is getting a little out of hand, and I am okay with that lol Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  3. Comanche SS

    Comanche Fun-Runner

    Another peice to the puzzle... Picking up my new to me, freshly rebuilt king coilovers! 2.5x14 already valved pretty close to what I needed. Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  4. Comanche SS

    Comanche Fun-Runner

    Well, I heard ironman 4x4 fab was producing a few of these again. So I got myself a set of the rear double triangulated 4 link brackets Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  5. Comanche SS

    Comanche Fun-Runner

    One of them, they are just mocked in right now. Gonna be taken on and off a bunch before paint because the lines need to be cleaned up and fitted. Once they are good and set they'll be mounted more permanent. Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  6. Comanche SS

    Comanche Fun-Runner

    Annnddd rear shocks are in! Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  7. Comanche SS

    Comanche Fun-Runner

    Got the front end suspension done, all that's left is installing the ene track bar once I rebuild the joints. And installing the rear shocks. Paint, bucket seats, and harnesses are the next small upgrades while in the meantime I search for a donor engine to swap in. May do a v8, unsure yet. But front end handles amazing, floats over big bumps and potholes. Hopefully taking it out on some trails this weekend! Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  8. Comanche SS

    Comanche Fun-Runner

    Bilstein resis are added to the list! Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  9. Comanche SS

    Comanche Fun-Runner

    I appreciate it! Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  10. Comanche SS

    Comanche Fun-Runner

    Loving the parts I am receiving. Front lift isn't installed but I felt like throwing the sway bar in and hitting some curvy roads. This thing is a Dream! Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  11. Comanche SS

    Rust free Swb besides! Socal

    Took these off my mj today. Short bed sides, truck was always a socal truck so there is no rust No dents, cuts are not arrow straight but good enough. Framed the tail light cages, split top rail in half, 2 inch setback behind front of bed. I will ship, but not on my own dime. I really don't know what these are worth or a fair price to ask, but rules state I must ask a price. So I'm thinking 350$ ish for the set? Plus however much shipping is... Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  12. Comanche SS

    Comanche Fun-Runner

    I'll start this by saying, I gave a good effort to keep this bed in good shape and let someone who needed it have it, literally for free. Not ONE person contacted me. I gave it until I couldn't wait anymore, and it's my truck anyway, this truck was for sale for awhile so anyone coulda bought it before me and restore it to original. Nobody did so I am making it my way because it's my truck. If you hate it, move along, it's not for everyone's taste it's for mine. I mounted the front and rear fiberglass today, fitment was pretty good all around. All in all took about 8 hours, and I coulda done it faster but u wanted to cut the steel besides off in a clean enough way so someone can use them as good patch panels. Mounted my 33*12.5*15 tires and rims as well. I love how wide it sits, it looks great in person. The front is sitting a little low still because I ran out of daylight to do my suspension work. So this weekend I'll be installing the jks acos, currie antirock, metalcloak arms, brake lines, and currie track bar. I didn't get time to buff, sand, or paint the besides today so there are still a couple rough edges that need to be gone over. Inner fender mounts need to be added. With these tires and track width plus a low center of gravity this truck handles nothing short of amazing. No under steer, no over steer. Light truck with big rubber patch is a whole lot of fun! Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  13. Comanche SS

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    1989 Jeep Comanche 4.0 / Internal Slave AX-15 / NP231J / CAD HP D30 / LSD D44 / SWB Current Location: San Diego, CA Status: On the road for daily duty and being built to be a fun-haver Notes: Bench, Mini Console, Leather, Tilt column, Manual doors and windows, grey interior, Dana 44 NON metric tonne, Limited Slip, Current owner: Chandler Gaines
  14. Comanche SS

    Hot on Friday in San Diego

    Up in Escondido and Fallbrook we saw up to 115 at one point, had about 14 hours of pool time between the last two days! Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  15. Comanche SS

    Building a 1997 MJ in only 89 days!

    Awesome build, I'd also like to know a little more about the paint job as I'll be painting mine soon. Any tips, tricks, suggestions or pics would be appreciated! Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
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