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About scguy

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  1. The world's slowest 8.8 swap is still underway. Have the axle broken down completely, going back together with Revolution 4.56 gears and all new bearings/seals.
  2. I pay $114/mo for liability/comprehensive/roadside on a 2006 Honda Pilot, 2004 GMC Sierra and the 1989 Jeep Comanche through Travelers.
  3. https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/309623694018222/?ref=facebook_story_share Very interesting camper top and snorkel combo. Nice looking 91!
  4. I did end up going with the 4.56 gears. Got all the tools and parts on the way or here, so here I go in the slowest way possible.
  5. Long story short: LWB MJ. 4.0 HO, AW4, 4.5" lift, D30, 8.8 (going in), 32s. I'm trying to decide between 4.10s and 4.56s. Don't plan on doing much interstate driving. 4.10s would be a close equivalent to stock ratio, (27" and 3.55) How much will I regret it if I go with 4.10s over 4 56s? My main goal is to be able to drive 55-60 in 4th with the TCC locked at a reasonable RPM. I know 4.56s would make it more fun around town, which is mostly where I drive. Planning on going with Revolution gears unless someone has better sugg
  6. Congrats! Looks like a blast to drive. Always have to support another SC MJ.
  7. I missed this topic, haven't been very active here lately, but I have 4.5" Zone lift and am running 32x11.50R15 Cooper AT3 XLTs. They do rub while turning, however, that is the fault of the offset of the Mammoth Boulder 15x8 wheels I am running. With a more stock offset, I don't think they would rub. I'm about to regear. My 4.0 and AW4 won't stay in overdrive until 65mph or so. It will lock in and lock the torque converter at ~60, but the slightest incline or headwind and back to 3rd gear we go. I'm trying to decide between 4.10s and 4.56s yet.
  8. I'm glad I swapped the 93 XJ harness into my 89. Factory power lock relays.
  9. What??? I love this truck. Congrats to the new owner.
  10. Thanks to@eaglescout526 , I learned my Comanche, which I know has been in South Carolina at least the last 20 years, came from.... Tacoma, Washington Eagle Jeep. Complete opposite end of the country. That's crazy to think about. I had figured no further away than maybe Tennessee.
  11. One answer: Noco Genius packs. That's what I use at the shop. They're fantastic with a good warranty.
  12. https://www.bbqpartscanada.com/brands/masterbuilt/models/sqpgd Sorry, no parts available, but here's a pic and diagram.
  13. I haven't commented on this thread yet, I don't think, but I really like your MJ. Such a great DD build/look.
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