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  1. Hey All, Picked up my 6th Comanche this weekend. This one is an 86 2.5l, manual trans (unsure if 4 or 5 speed - disassembled at the moment). Floors are gone, but the rest is mostly rust free. I'd love to save it and put it back on the road, but the PO decided to start taking things apart before it was abandoned, and a lot of it is now missing. Also no title, so this one will most likely be a parts donor and the bed will become my new trailer. This truck does have D30/35 combo with 4.10 gears, which brings me to the question in the title. My (brown) 88 has stock D30/35 wit
  2. I did a SOA lift. I have the Rusty's RX300 reservoir shocks. The rear axle is a Chrysler 8.25 from an XJ, stripped of all of its mounts. So I need to weld new shock mounts. I'm debating on the changing the shock mounts, angle, and rotation. 1. Use original factory design. Weld shock mounts on axle same direction as the ones on the frame (parallel to axle) 2. Use factory top mounts, but weld new axle mount opposite direction of the factory top mounts. ( EX Top = __ and Bottom = | ) My reasoning is the shock will be able to tilt for flex, and tilt as the axle swings back as i
  3. Hello club, Prospecting a 87 4cyl standard mj that's priced right and in good shape,also a friend of mine has a really nice 01 xj4.0 auto with low miles and a damaged rear end, but everything is in good shape to swap over to the mj, i was wondering if theres any problems or thing to know when swapping everything from an xj to an mj i plan on taking everything including motor,axles,drivetrain, front end body swap,full interior, ecu wiring ect. Just looking for some tips before i make the purchases. Thanks anyone willing to give me some imput
  4. Can these be converted to disks like the wagoneer d44's can? Like this guide using chevy truck disks? http://www.jeeps-offroad.com/forum.php?page=d44-brakes
  5. hi my name is brad and I live in west palm beach fl (south florida) and I'm looking for a donor jeep Cherokee, it doesn't have to be running but at least fairly intact. I'm sure ya'll must be getting tired of hearing about all these guys converting their comanches to 4x4 but that's my plan. yes I know it would be much easier to just buy a Comanche that's already 4x4 but mine has sentimental value and unfortunately is only 2x4 . . that just the ways life is I guess. . anyways the parts I'm killing my self looking for individually are . . . . 5 SPEED 4x4 AX-15 (internal slave) NP231 / NP
  6. Anyone ever put toyota axles under their mj? Heard they're totally bulletproof, so just curious why, seemingly, no one has ever changed over to them. Think they're actually stronger than the mj's D30?
  7. Went by this PAP in Rock Hill and found 4 Comanche's two were 4.0 Autos (one 2wd) but thought Id put it out there if anyone local needed parts.... bodies and interiors looked good in most of them. here's a link to their site.... http://www.carolinasalvage3.com/
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