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  1. Listed as a "JEEP CHEROKEE" under model name. "TK" listed as body type again on an Indiana title.
  2. Title says unknown name and lists TK at least for body type. That doesn't say much though since I have xjs with the same listings. It almost looks like an mj or xj would be listed either way in Indiana depending on how it was entered. There seems to be no rhyme or reason to any of the titles I have. Even on xjs where I no doubt was 2nd owner of some which includes late model.
  3. This one is listed as as JP under body type on my title. So yet another ?
  4. I have several I'm curious on title work. I've noticed there seems to be no pattern under model name or body type for these here in Indiana. I'm not sure if it's poor clergy work at the BMV or just how it was initially done back then.
  5. @Pete M I think the proper year bumpers actually had a through hole pass through with a plastic bushing for that to pass. I could easily be wrong but for some reason I think I've seen them. If so it would definitely be on the earlier style bumper with the license plate light trim.
  6. The best way to ship these is dwv plumbing. It'll get there the safest and worth the little extra to ship.
  7. Safe travels Pete and I hope you find good stuff and meet good people along the trip.
  8. My phone will be on standby
  9. I'd like 2 short of the metal type depending on price.
  10. Power or manual door cards? I just found some nice power Laredo 4 Dr cards that would work that I could get possibly by the end of the week.
  11. I drive a beater with rusty gate and bad tails for this very reason.
  12. My daily has been down same reasons. I scrapped 2 good sets of spindle knuckles a month ago figuring I was stacked between 4 2wd beams between all my heeps here and storage 3 hours away but no bueno and I'm going to end up running a so so passenger side. I think after looking at several and finally knowing what a perfect one looks like, most if not all will have prematurely seals go and bearings right of the bat at torque procedure. These must be perfect tolerance is my guess at base of spindle to not have failure. There should be a perfectly smooth surface from base to spindle. Nearly every one I pulled of my 8 total other than this had some kind of grooving taking place. I was so lucky. I must have had a bearing go bad or something. My brakes seemed week commuting home on Thursday night. By Friday morning commute I felt a shimmy dropping my wife off. It still wasn't bad. I actually ordered parts to redo the hubs and brakes thinking I should since it had been over 20 thousand miles. I pulled the driver tire to see my top rotor mounting bolt double sheered, my inside rim grooved, and rotor/bracket half gone. I'm lucky they were factory steel wheels I'm guessing and not aluminum. The cast seemed to wear since its softer metal which probably saved my butt and I caught it basically within 50 miles of it happening on local 45 mph roads. That's what the passenger side looked like above. That very minor wear was the driver. You wouldn't know that either is no good except for maybe the passenger one unless you had a perfect to compare like the top. I literally drove to my storage 3 hours away and back in a rental car to pull and check my other passenger ones since my donor here was no good on that side. So I have 1 bad for sure and 3 started to groove or more grooved than the one in the pic. I'm forced to run it but I know I'm going to have to plan on replacement of that hub like clockwork and often. Obviously it's not a drastic feeling or noise it gives as it starts to go. By the way after 24,000 miles my pads were still 2/3 there. And rotors were looking good like 85-90% so DO NOT assume like I did. I was very lucky.
  13. Do you know if the holes came that way from the dealer or factory in the bed liners? I've seen and owned a few with them but some seemed in different spots and random from liner type. That 1 pictured looks awesome since the holes look very well planned for the bed hooks and topper clamps. I always want to do that to any I've had but couldn't bring myself to make the holes on any clean survivors.
  14. I've sold those for $150 shipped many times and feel guilty for selling all unique harder to find parts for that but I knew my prices were always fair and realistic due to the shear amounts of people hitting my inbox. Typically there are 10 times people willing to barter a little for every hater out there. Then there is about 20% willing to pay now your price and another 10% willing to pay double. Who knows maybe the person marked it high to barter or automatically weed out the tire kickers. Nobody knows what another person thinks or may do. Everyone has opinions and opinions rarely pay the bills. Oh it's not me and no way in Hell would I pay that or consider trying to sell one anywhere near for that unless maybe it was NOS. So who here is paying for that opinion?
  15. If iirc from a kid, we had that identical setup for our very large koi pond. I'm betting the sand is long overdue for replacement it sounds. I think we had to change the sand out every 2 or 3 months depending on the time of year. Completely different scenarios but I remember the pumps on both our pool and pond having to chronically watch for the same type of issues so they don't burn up. Our pool was notorious for needing "bumped" due to very minor strainer backups and being older.
  16. Strange, I was randomly hunting GM sections yesterday at yards looking for possible interchange parts for these. I brought back some to try. What I was really trying to track down was h.o. non tilt column shift intermittent wiper switches. To make a long story short, I know way more about Saginaw columns now than I ever wanted to.
  17. You may try under the vender section. I believe a guy was making a batch of these at some point.
  18. Key Parts will be coming out with bed side repair patches soon so the bed might be worth saving still.
  19. Oh this hurts! I got that notification on my phone and would have pounded the pavement there had it not been for premade arrangements. I'm glad you grabbed it though. I most likely would have just nabbed the gate and tail lights since I need them both for my daily. That silver would match a rust free bed I bought. What condition was the bed in there?
  20. My number 1 rule is the Hell with corporate yards if at all possible. I always try to deal with the independent and buy American if there is a choice. The big non corporate yards usually pay more for part rigs and corporate yards usually hit you more cause there is a middle man tow service getting a kickback. I take my time and haul it in pieces as prices are best to do so on each particular metal. I also consider what small maw and paw buyers I pull and buy from. It's a give and take scenario.
  21. Definitely not 91-92 ho. I thought 86 were straight piped without the 90s on top of hanger assembly above the lock ring. I can't very though because I just gave my last one away a few weeks ago. It is for 87-90 but pictures look really grainy making it hard to verify if it's really a MTS unit. 86 had different hangers below the gasket flange as well. I mean one could make that work for really any Mj with modifications but it is not possible for it to be plug and play for all the years makes and models. No way possible. I want the 86 swb it fits if so. I'd be rich.
  22. 😆 you don't need to hide my name but thanks. I'm me, guys can love or hate me. I don't care and won't live a double life. I was hoping to see an mj gate eventually since it appears that many other Jeep gates are in the works.
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