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  1. Waiting for a friend to mount the other 3 tires. Sent from my LM-V405 using Tapatalk
  2. Well after a little mishap I took a few months off from working on the Comanche. It ended up falling off the jack stands on me. It missed me but I ended up taking a break. So a week or two ago I started back up. So far I was able to get the front end back together. I also ordered and put on a Rugged Ridge steering for it. Here is were it is now. Sent from my LM-V405 using Tapatalk
  3. Something doesn't look right. I set the control arms at the length above from the chart. The axel looks to far back. I will have to look for another chart before I put the springs in. Sent from my FRD-L14 using Tapatalk
  4. Started on the front today. Having problems getting the brake line off. But putting on the core 4x4 control arms. I have a board lagged bolted into my garage to hook a rachet stap or come along. I would like to say this is for pulling the axel when I put on control arms. That is not what it started out as. I needed it to pull the Jeeps into the garage when I brought them home broke. Sent from my FRD-L14 using Tapatalk
  5. I decided to start putting on the lift today. I wanted to put on the rear first, but it is just a few turns past hand tight. Started on the front but didn't get far. I should be able to get the front done this week and weld up the rear end. I ordered some ruff stuff shock mounts for the rear. Didn't care for the ones that came in the spring perch kit. Sent from my FRD-L14 using Tapatalk
  6. How the truck looks today. I hate body work and have been working on it for about 2 months now. Still a long way to go. It has the bumper on and 1 Napier flare. Working on the rest before paint.
  7. Yes that is my Cherokee, I found that one sitting in a farmer's field a few years ago. Bought it for $300 and put it back on the road. My better half calls it the 10 thousand dollar jeep. I tried to explain that is only around 5 but she doesn't believe me. It is a crazy color, I haven't seen any others around with that paint.
  8. I have worked on it here and there. I think so far I upgraded the radiator to the 96 version, replace the cluster with a tach cluster. But I started to work on the body to get it painted. It still needs a rear main seal, and the A/C needs fixed. I am thing upgrading it to the 96 version as well. I have a new diesel gas tank and XJ fuel pump. The gas gauge is stuck on empty. The parts I collected so far are almost all the lift for SOA. Cherokee Dana 44 New Spring perches and U bolts Front Blistein shocks for 6 inch lift Rubicon Express 5.5 lift springs (I ma
  9. The parts that I collected so far
  10. So I bought a Comanche a year and half ago. I slowly started picking up parts for it here and there over this time. Here is a picture not long after I bought it.
  11. And a water pump, but it could all be found at RV store. The water tank placement would take some creativity
  12. I checked out AutoZone. The diesel is the A and the B is the gas. The sump is a round ring on the bottom of the tank. To help keep gas at the pickup. But it is also what interferes with XJ fuel pump and sending unit. I am not sure why the diesel does not need to keep the fuel around the pick and a gas does. Sent from my FRD-L14 using Tapatalk
  13. Does anyone know which Spectra tank does not have the baffles in it? I seem to be having a hard time finding out which is the diesel tank. Spectra has JP5A and JP5B
  14. Thank you. I was thinking 10 was too wide.
  15. I have been piecing together an SOA lift, planning on running 33 inch tire. My question is what size rims it everyone running on 33x12.5x15? I have seen pics of the tire sizes but nothing really on what the rim width is. I would guess that a 10 inch wide rim will have more poke to it.
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