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  1. You do not need a different floor pan and you should be able to use your factory crossmember. Both my comanche and my cherokee had a seperate set of holes in the unibody frame that were threaded to accept the studs and shift the crossmember forward or back. Also the brake pedal is part of the clutch and brake pedal assembly. You will need that whole assembly.
  2. Took the time to post all of my stuff on CL. This is the section with the Jeep Specific stuff. Prices are without shipping. If I can ship it cheap than that will be your price. - Upper and Lower Dash Gray 1984-1996 Cherokee/Comanche - $50 Each or $80 for both. - Akebono WJ Calipers (I rebuilt these with new pistons in 2016, not used since) - $80 for the set or $35 Each - 2x JKS Spacers for above WJ calipers to mount to 4wd XJ or MJ knuckles - $30 for the set - H6054 Jeep Cherokee/Comanche conversion headlight housings for standard H4 bulb. Rampage Brand - $60 for the set - OEM 1990 Jeep Cherokee/Comanche Grill (for 7 piece style grill) - $10 - Aftermarket 1996 Jeep Cherokee Grill (for 3 piece style) - $10 - Short Bed Comanche Fuel Tank Skid (Pending Sale) - $100 - Short Bed Comanche Tow Hitch (Pending Sale) - $100 - Drivers and Passenger 1987-1994 Jeep Cherokee/Comanche Seat Belt Latches Gray - $30 each or $50 for both - Non-AC heater control and I believe I have the A/C delete bracket and pulley for a 4.0L - $80 - 2wd AX15 transmission (large input shaft. Post 1992 I believe), no bellhousing - $150 Universal Car Stuff: - 2x Pioneer 6x8" pair + 1x Pioneer 5.25" Round + Pioneer Head Unit (CD/USB/MP3), no harness, beat-up - $40 - CXRacing Intercooler Front Mount Intercooler 28"x7"x2.5" + Couplers/Clamps + Filter, New - $80 - Griffin Universal Circle Track Radiator (I believe 22x18? Have to check), New - $100 **Same one used in this LS swapped Cherokee https://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f369/xj-6-0l-ls-swap-1999961/** - 16" Radiator Fan, New - $40 - Damaged AutoMeter battery voltage gauge El cheapo - $5 - Auto Meter 4303-SP 2-1/8 white/aluminum Mechanical Boost/Vacuum Gauge, good Condition - $40 - Auto Meter 4327-SP 2-1/8 white/aluminum Electronic Oil Pressure Gauge, useable condition, missing nuts and lightbulb - $40 - Autometer 4337-SP 2-1/8 white/aluminum Electronic Water Temp Gauge, good condition, light scuffing on ring, - $40 - Flosser Air horn, beat up but works insanely well - $20
  3. 5x5.5 but they can be redrilled.
  4. I have a number of thing left from selling the comanche. Headlight housings that accept actual h4 bulbs. 60 + ship or local pickup. Complete WJ brake swap kit with adapter plates and master cylinder. 140 + ship. Complete except uprights WJ steering swap. Brand new moog TREs. 140 + Ship. Factory tow bar in good shape for short bed. 100 + ship. Lots of other stuff. Message me.
  5. My 89 had that same pretty blue color. Debating it on my 1990 (that or sand...).
  6. If you are passing though SA give me a holler!
  7. Added myself. Looks like a 3+ hour drive from me to any of y'all.
  8. New engine in place Lined up Drivers side motor mount mocked up and set in place Passenger Side motor mount mocked up Stripped the interior to find mouse nests, mouse carcasses, and floorpan cancer...
  9. And engine out... Exhaust folded in half when i pulled it off...
  10. End of weekend 1: Everything is disconnected from the engine. Might try and pull it out tonight.
  11. Anyway, I have all of the brake parts in to finish the WJ front end swap. However, I also have a line on a full engine dropout from a 2011 Regal GS in preparation of an engine swap. If I get motivated enough I may start over Christmas!
  12. http://comancheclub.com/topic/24430-wj-booster-and-master-cylinder-upgrade/
  13. Changed the master cylinder/brake booster to a WJ one. Somehow I messed up the distance for the brake light switch so I bought one for a 1980 C10 and built a bracket that bolted to the brake booster bolts on the firewall.
  14. Being that I have actually started working on my project Comanche I needed to start documenting it. This is my 4th Jeep and 2nd Comanche. I expect this build to be somewhat slow but extremely extensive. This will not be an offroad build per-se but I am planning some interesting stuff. Specs: 1990 Comanche Eliminator All factory skids AX-15 4x4 3.07s and open D35 rear 235/75/15s on TJ wheels In progress projects: WJ Brake booster WJ Knuckles and Front Brakes WJ Steering (UTK shortened factory tie rods) Minor Plans: Rust repair (floorboards and windshield frame) Vinyl flooring in cab Paint Job New window seals Fix rear bumper and tailgate (minor fender bender) Major Plans: 97+ Front clip Ford 8.8 LSD with discs out back (Gearing TBD) GM 2.0L Turbo LHU engine swap (This WILL happen, hopefully in 2017) First day home, Tires were super dry-rotted. Last registered 2013 Interior is decent. Needs minor work. New tires/rims. Probably temporary but they were cheap and allowed me to actually drive it. Seafoam treatment... Motor was missing. Seafoam treatment fixed that. And my old truck just for good measure. I really miss that thing. College tuition stole it from me.
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