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Blaine.D

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  1. Shocks

    I want to updgrade my shocks to something better. Wanted to see if other owners prefer a certain brand or see which ones I need to stay away from. Plans for my truck is some highway mostly back roads and occasionally minor off roading.My rear sits at stock height and the front sits 1 higher than stock with coil spring spacers in. The ones I am looking at are the rough country N2.0 shocks.
  2. lift kit

    I decided to not to do the lift kit instead I went for coil spring spacers to do about 1” lift in the front. Also I change my mind about the combo because you can buy just the wheels now.
  3. Control arms, axle leak

    Thank you, HOrnbrod. Being new I did not realize WJ had the same length control arms. Axle is now out on jack stands waiting on paint to dry. Cleaned it then POR-15 so It will be several hours to dry. Interesting on the tool. I had a similar Idea went to lowes this morning bought a piece of 1/2 threaded rod and was gonna use a large socket (where you have pipe) to pull the seal in place.
  4. Control arms, axle leak

    Started to do a brake job on the front Dana 30 in my 1988 Comanche. Oil leak on passenger side. Took axle a part to replace the seal next to the CAD. Any advice on installing the new seal? Bought both seals figured to replace both since I am in this deep into the axle. Also probably need to do control arm bushings. Can I do these with a large vise or C- clamps or is this a job for a shop press? Also if I take the control arms out I thought about welding a plate to the bottom to box in the control arms. Would this be worth doing if I had the bushings out?
  5. Cracking up...along with my inner fenders!

    Installed replacements from Summit Racing. They were made in Taiwan also. Passenger side has gap same as picture above. The driver's side is worse liner does not fit well at all. The rear holes for the pins are close but the front are way off.
  6. lift kit

    Well i was tossing around the idea of lifting it. I at point in my rebuild of it that it would be smarter and cheaper to get a lift kit now than later due to need of replacing shocks, brushing and etc. Just was trying to see if there was a reasonable price kit that anyone would recommend.
  7. 1JTML65P6JT243585

    been needing to post about my truck for the past 3 months but anyway here's the juicy details of my truck, 1988 Jeep Comanche Engine 4.0l inline 6 Transmission 5 Spd – Floor Shift – Part Time 4X4 (NP207) Front axle Dana 30 Rear axle Dana 35 wheelbase lwb Location Western North Carolina Status project vehicle plans to be my daily driver when i get my license. Notes Skid plates, Bench Seat, Cloth/Vinyl, light grey interior, sliver exterior(factory color was black), Floor shift, current owner me
  8. lift kit

    Ok thanks for the tips pete. I going to try to went i get to point of buying wheels and tires see if quadratc can trade out the 265/75/16 micky thompson to an 245/75/16 bfgoodrich ko2 all terrain.
  9. lift kit

    going to be a daily driver/driving around town when finish. Probably won't see any real off roading. here's a link to a kit that I found, super lift https://www.superlift.com/2-5-inch-lift-kit-1986-1991-jeep-commanche-mj-with-superide-shocks. didn't know if anyone had used this kit and would recommend it ?
  10. lift kit

    i thinking about lifting my truck. What would you guys recommend? I thinking about for tires 31 inch at the max. Also was thinking about getting these https://www.quadratec.com/wheel-tire-combos/quantity?t=92606-1803-07&v=XJ&w=92615-2313-07 and would like to keep it sub $500. Looking for a mostly complete kit.
  11. Evolution '88

    Oh got the rare Fred flint stone engine lol anyway build is looking great, can’t wait to see the end product.
  12. March 2017 ● Newton's '89

    The paint is amazing , love the blue metallic. Front bumper fits like a glove for this build. Also overall the truck look like a brand new truck not a junk rust bucket when you first bought it. Thumbs up for making a forgotten mj to one you turn your head to see the amazing beautiful mj.
  13. California Fires

    100% on board people need to realize they can cause a major fire real fast happen in the smokies last year. Couple of teens lit a couple small fires and turn into hell for a lot of people and kill some. Pray for everyone going though the wildfires and recent hurricanes.
  14. Prerunner Build

    Free weight reduction compliments of Mother Nature. Lol anyways good luck with your project and hope to see another amazing mj truck on the road
  15. Will do taking notes for my future Comanche thumbs up for making one amazing mj even more awesome .
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