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Carbon River

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    WIchita, KS

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  1. That's pretty cool. Thanks for the write up. Were you having issues with the stock ignition? Does it make a big difference?
  2. 1988 Jeep Comanche Chief 4.0L, BA10/5, NP231, D30, D35 Shorty - 113in Build Date: Yep. Unreadable on decal Current Locale: Wichita, KS Vinyl buckets, manual everything. I inherited this MJ from a high school Buddy. He and his wife had owned it since it was new. My daughter and I picked it up in Seattle after he passed last year. We did a one day tune up on it and then Roadkilled it back to Kansas. Currently replacing fuel sender and fixing vacuum leaks to get back on the road. Pretty strong Renix truck. It will be changing. NO
  3. While I had "done my homework", these guys never showed up on any of my searches. But glad to see the link. No sales pitch, I was happy to find something, and while "doing my howmework" I ran across many posts of other guys who couldn't find senders and/or were stuck finding out they were out of production. So I thought I would share the info I found. I also specifically pointed out that I have no affiliation with the seller to be clear that I was not selling anything. But thanks for the courtesy Bud.
  4. Hi Gang. I managed to damage my fuel sender assembly this week while fighting with replacement pumps, and re-installation. No problem I thought, I'll just order a whole sender and keep the bosch pump as a spare. Only to find that the senders are no longer made, earning myself the dumbass of the week award. After searching around for a couple days and pondering how I could make an XJ sender work, I stumbled upon a listing on ebay from a shop in Texas. They buy dealer surplus pallets and boxes and resell individual pieces. They happened to get a box with some Comanche senders in it.
  5. Howdy Gang. I am new to the site, and very happy to have found it. I have inherited an 88 Comanche Chief from a buddy who lost his battle with cancer in June. Over Labor Day, my daughter and I will fly to Seattle from Kansas, have a maintenance day and then do a roadkill trip to get it back to Kansas. Although it has moss all over it now from sitting, It should be pretty decent coming from up there. My buddy and his wife have had it since it was new. It currently sports a small lift (maybe Black Diamond or Rub Exp), I don't remember for sure. We talked for many years of the build he w
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