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Comanche SS

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About Comanche SS

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    San Diego, CA
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    2006 WK 5.7 545RFE D44HD Daily Duty

    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. Thank you! And the cat5 cable is for the switch panel, all the signal wires are run through it rather than various designated wires. It's just for cleanliness Sent from my Pixel 3 using Tapatalk
  2. Photo dump Sent from my Pixel 3 using Tapatalk
  3. My process is pretty simple, just sand down, tack cloth and acetone then a medium heavy coat followed by a light and touch up coat, then a couple coats of clear Sent from my Pixel 3 using Tapatalk
  4. Yep, Rust-Oleum special, this is my first ever job like this so I wanted to try and not overcomplicate it. Practicing proper prep and is not looking too bad Sent from my Pixel 3 using Tapatalk
  5. Buncha 10mm nuts on the inner side Sent from my Pixel 3 using Tapatalk
  6. An upgrade in a sense to the MJ happened, It graduated to weekend/fun car since I got a dedicated daily. here's my 2006 HEMI Grand WK. Fully loaded, 130k miles, still on warranty, and a beast of a daily. Its immaculate, has all service records, not a blemish inside or out, it is really surprising that it has 130k on it, you would think it has no more than 10-15k based on condition of it. With a 7200lb towing capacity itll be able to lug around the mj with relative ease if or when the need be. Itll stay relatively stock; CAI, exhaust, stereo and maybe some paint on the wheels is all itll get.
  7. Well just let me know! Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  8. If you'd like I can make you one Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  9. Now it looks like this! Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  10. Another saturday used wisely. Started building my new harness. It is a 5 relay and fuse box. Every relay has its own fuse and it is al run off a single CAT5 cable to the switch panel. So only one cable has to go into the cab and dash as opposed to one wire per switch. Also installed my theft deterrent device.
  11. Thank you! And that's the next decision after the axles are done Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  12. Already had a bike up there haha. Little scary going downhill with no sway bars and what not lol Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  13. When I lived in Arizona I bought it there, when I moved back to socal I couldn't fit it in the back of the XJ along with all my belongings so it stayed with a friend. That friend is wheeling in Johnson Valley this weekend and agrees to bring it if I met him there to get it. Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  14. Been a busy week. First and foremost I took the lady and the jku up to Johnson Valley to pickup my front axle I've owned for almost a year but didn't have access to. I bought it because it was too good of a deal to pass up at the time even though I had an XJ on rockjock 44s. But I knew one day I would have something that needed it. And here we are. So first photo is the housing. It's a 1979 F-250 Dana 44. This is the one with the 3"x 1/2" axle tubes. And normally it comes with the 8 lug outers that have dual piston brakes. But the same year F-150 Dana 44's have interchangeable outers. So I also got the 5x5.5 F-150 outers and single piston calipers. With this setup I'll net around a 66" WMS front axle. The F-150 of those years has a rear Ford 9" at a 66" WMS as well. So I'll be sourcing one of those soon. The next set of photos are my new rims. To anyone who knows broncos or F-150s of the early to mid 90's might recognize these wheels. They are a Ford and Alcoa partnership wheel. These are incredibly strong and super light. 15x7.5 in size with a 5x5.5 bolt pattern. With these narrower wheels, and wider axles I'll end up being pretty close to the same stance I currently have, but with a much nicer wheel to axle geometry and scrub radius. And much stronger axles in the end. I'll be running 35*10.5*15 all terrain tires either in the General or BFG flavor. Undecided yet. I'm planning to stretch the front a little for packaging reasons and it'll help out not having to reconfigure the front driveshaft also. Enjoy: Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
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