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DesertRat1991

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  1. Appears to be a dedicated Jeep salvage yard: https://daveysjeeps.com/repairables/
  2. My truck gets emission tested annually. I installed this Walker CAT back in 2016. The truck passes testing just fine. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000C945YQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_taa_2mwnFb77AF99X
  3. I can't explain it to you, but Legal Zoom can: https://www.legalzoom.com/knowledge/copyright Register for $114 bucks: https://www.legalzoom.com/business/intellectual-property/copyright-registration-overview.html It is fairly straightforward to check if your desired domain name is even available: https://www.godaddy.com/domains/domain-name-search Good luck!
  4. Installing OEM cruise control was the best road trip upgrade that I've performed. It makes a long haul in these cable throttle trucks much more comfortable. Other than that, a well maintained vehicle is important. A kit bag full of spare parts is only helpful if you have the know-how (and personal interest?) to swap them out yourself. If not, then sign up for a AAA membership before you head out. Good luck! Take pics!
  5. Early style grill and Comanche badge say pre-91. And, weren't Laredo models only available 87-89?
  6. Looks good! I think a fresh set of hockey stick graphics would complement the truck well.
  7. Best part of that ad is the cardboard box. "AMERICA'S FINEST STEP BUMPER" "Made in Taiwan"
  8. I would have slipped the shaft back in and limped it home. But if you are nervous about it, you could remove the rear shaft entirely, plug the xfr case output and drive it home in 4-Hi. They sell plug kits for this purpose: https://www.jbtools.com/lisle-23400-transmission-plugs-1-to-2-180/?gclid=Cj0KCQjwl4v4BRDaARIsAFjATPk18WHhEghRfbIxcicI7xp2qzqCOTlHl-VjHg-GfjVDbQ9-uLKNfq0aAv7nEALw_wcB
  9. Not mine. Spotted while browsing. https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/1463729223958692/
  10. Nice score. Value is hard to measure for items that are rarely ever for sale.
  11. It's very common for those components to seize up. Heat and muscle can make a difference. But honestly, trying to separate them is hardly worth the headache when there are so many good aftermarket kits that include a new frame bracket with the trackbar. Consider unbolting the whole assy from the frame and swapping to a double shear setup.
  12. Need is subjective. You are definitely gonna feel the difference. Especially, if you are stepping up from stock 26.5" tires. 4.88's will return you to near stock performance.
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