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SatiricalHen

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About SatiricalHen

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    Comanche Aficionado

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    Greenville, SC
  • Interests
    Jeeps, cars, and motorcycles

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  1. Looked it up on google and it says that’s a little over an hour away. Might be easier to just meet up and exchange. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Noticed you added those little reverse LEDs, but the stock reverse lights don’t look like LEDs really. I swapped some LEDs in my stock housings and it made a huge difference. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Updated some prices in the first message Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Replaced the exhaust manifold and the new one leaks worse than the old one. I think the flange on the new manifold is a little too thin so the washers don’t make great contact. I’ll probably try snugging the bolts some more and hope that fixes it, but even with that the new exhaust is much quieter without all the crappy leaking joints I put together (it was quick and meant to be temporary). I’ll never understand the desire to do exhaust with prebent stuff. Between the time and money I’d rather just take it to an exhaust shop. The guy down here did header to tailpipe for $125 mandrel bent. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Personally I beat my Cherokee pretty hard with 35s on a locked D30 and a locked 8.25. I have broken a few D30 shafts and do carry spares, but for 37s D44 front and rear would do pretty well I'd say. The swap I would like to do is JK D44 front and rear. The Rubicon rear axle is 32 spline and all JK 44s have the bigger (8.8" or 8.9" can't remember off the top of my head) ring gear with a D60 sized pinion. Another common swap I see is a waggy 44 in the front paired with an ford 8.8 or ford 9". Isuzu dana 44s are also a close match in width and have the big ring and pinion that the JK 44 has. Personally my roommate has almost completely convinced me to get a Rock assault Tacoma width front housing with a stock tacoma rear with factory e lockers front and rear for 37s on my cherokee. He and all the guys he wheels with run 36.5+ tires and beat them (trailer queens) and his buggy is the only one he's seen break a rear 30 spline shaft. So to sum everything up, there are tons of options, tons of factors, and pretty much all require modification of some sort.
  6. Sold part of the over head console still have some of it though if anyone needs a little part from it Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. here was my 1970 (I’m pretty sure I may have the year wrong) used it to pull that trailer around a bit. Never got around to fully restoring it like I would’ve liked. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. So to get the pedals back at the correct height you can either use a spacer and extend the rod or you can install without a spacer and cut the seam? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. No rush, was just curious. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Getting scrapped soon if no one wants them Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Spring break is next week and I’ll be working on stuff and cleaning out. I hope to make a trip to the scrap yard before heading back to school which means the metal parts in the ad will be scrapped if I don’t sell them. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Did you get around to checking? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. I have a 4 pane sliding rear window, and I think I’d like to go back to the fixed window the truck had when I bought it. Although the sliding window is nice and useful on occasion I think I prefer the look of a fixed window. I’d like to trade within reasonable driving distance if someone happens to have a fixed window and would like a sliding window. I’m not really interested in purchasing a rear window unless the price is really right. I don’t have a picture of it right now, but it has very light tint (hardly noticeable unless the window is open and you look through both panes) with a functioning latch and doesn’t leak. I can get pictures in the daylight if anyone is interested near Upstate,SC Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. I would buy some manual cranks for 1 piece windows if they weren't an astronomical price. I like the windows on my cherokee much better, and the seals and stuff are alot easier to find in good condition.
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