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About SatiricalHen

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    Comanche Addict

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    Greenville, SC
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    Jeeps, cars, and motorcycles

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  1. Got to my buddy’s shop Friday morning, started with checking if the track bar hole was wallowed out. Bolt measured 9.7mm hole was 11.3mm so I drilled it to 1/2” and made a flag nut and thought boom easy done. Nope, the nut must have warped or something when I welded the flag on and it seized to the bolt once the threads broke through the back side and I ended up having to saw the bolt off and go buy a new one. There was a trip to harbor freight so my buddy could get a press and a trip for lunch as well thrown in there. Get the bolt and nut finally working, took it for a test drive to the parts
  2. I recently converted my Comanche from 2wd to 4wd and I have a lot miscellaneous parts associated. I have the complete beam axle with the early spindle knuckles. Rotors, calipers and everything. Came out of a daily driver and never had death wobble or anything. $150 OBO 231 tcase with internal slip, 23 spline with the vacuum switch. $150 OBO Ax-15 shifter from a YJ, if you use the base and bottom section of the shifter shaft with an xj/mj upper shifter shaft you get a DIY short throw. $60 OBO 2wd internal slave ax-15. I’m not sure on the mileage as I got it used, but it’s been in my truc
  3. Those brackets are like $80 used if I remember correctly Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. In reply to most of the posts. I don’t need the lights, I know the pattern, but I’d like to make it as OEM as possible. Eventually I’ll be selling it and maybe the next person will need the lights, I don’t know. Definitely doesn’t hurt to have them. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Thank you, I’ll need to find out the pin out of the 4 pin plug and then I should be able to make it work I assume. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. I think if I could find where the wiring for the 4wd light stuff goes on the body side of the Jeep I could get the 4 pin connector to work. I just have no clue where the body side stuff is Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. I have a pair of those behind the window vent panel things I saved from the crusher if you’d be interested in them. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. You a fan of 2 door pieces? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Bolts right in, only thing you’d “need” to change is the shift gate and the little panel with the zones on it. I have need in quotes because I’ve heard the 231 gate can be modified and if you know the pattern you don’t really need the plastic panel that tells you the pattern. Advantage is full time 4wd. Disadvantage is there isn’t as much aftermarket support. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Thanks! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. I think some of them ended up upside down for some reason, but it’s hauled quite a few tires, engines, transmissions, transfercases, axles and axle shafts, a few motorcycles, lots of straw. I don’t know if I can ever go back to not owning a truck.
  12. I purchased one of these used and it didn’t come with instructions and I messaged them with no response so I was hoping someone may have the instructions and could email them to me or something. Thanks I’m advance! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Yeah, I’ll get it fixed, just sucks so much went wrong. I didn’t expect it to be smooth sailing, but man did it go south fast Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Well that went about as bad as it could go, the first ax-15 had some nasty fluid come out so I had to drive an hour and 20 minutes to my parents house to grab the spare one, the spare one turned out to have been remanufactured in 2003 after we sprayed all the grime off. There was a black widow in the rotor on the d30, the exhaust was made when it was 2wd and the pinion hit the o2 sensor when we let it down and broke it off, the front driveshaft obviously won’t fit, the transfercase is seeping just a little at the seam, the starter sounds like it is very very faintly grinding in a couple spots
  15. The only wires going to the transmission area are the two wires for the reverse switch since it’s a manual. Also, the plug on the tcase I got is a 4 pin plug on the top. The tcase came from like a 93ish grand Cherokee. So honestly the best bet may be a complete wiring harness myself from the plug on the trans, but I don’t know where on the body the wires need to connect to get to the dash if that makes sense. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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