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  1. Thinking about turning my 92 into a crew cab due to expanding family but not sure where to start or anything? Trying to decide if I need to build a tube frame or if I could find a full size truck frame and modify it to achieve the same thing?? Need some help if anyone else has looked into it
  2. Well found out why I had a rocking chair for a driver seat........... does anyone have the frame that attaches to the floor and to the seat everything else is great just that part is bad.... i hate rust
  3. The switches are 1-front pods 2-front light bar 3- rear pods 4-9 are in there ready to wire but don’t do anything as of yet 10- is the rock lights
  4. Well finally got the front clip and interior mostly done and looking way better than it was on the ‘92. The front clip and interior is out of a 1996 Cherokee, it was green exterior and grey interior (whoever decided that color match needs their vision checked lol) but with a few cans of primer, spray paint and vynal/fabric paint everything turned out nice!
  5. Starting this post way late as I’ve owned the truck for 2 years almost and have done a lot to it already. So far I’ve done an engine swap (OEM motor blew #1&2 pistons out the block), new clutch, 4.5 inch lift, light bars, custom center console, window tint, paint, front and rear bumpers, ‘97 Cherokee mirrors, front and rear LED pods, rock lights, exhaust, LED front lights, converting everything to LED, clear turn signals and side markers. I still have a lot left in store for this rig such as a new 4.0l HO that I’m building with a voodoo cam (262/268), Dana 44 or Ford 9inch rear axle swap, and regear both axles to 3.73’s with ARB lockers, cromeolly axles, an 8 inch lift, slip yoke eliminator and longer drive shafts, bigger tires, custom rock sliders and fender flares, paint, new rear glass, front driver seat, new dash, floor pans, white face gauges. Not doing anything too too crazy as it will be a daily driver for a minute but any advice y’all got on parts or easiest and cheapest way to do it but still quality let me know thanks!!
  6. The VIN is 1J7FJ26S4NL129731
  7. 1992 Jeep Comanche Engine: 4.0L, transmission: AX-15, transfer case: NP231, front axle: Dana 30, rear axle: Dana 35 Add-ons: 4.5” rough country lift New Detroit axle upper and lower ball joints Adjustable trac bar and drop pit man arm Steering stabilizer Timken front hubs Brand new clutch and throw out bearing Custom center console 50 inch light bar Front pods and rear back up pods Rock lights Scanner and Cb radio JCR custom front and rear front bumpers Located in Anchorage Alaska It is my daily driving build and build date from the factory is unknown as the previous owner painted over it
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