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  1. Today I bought my first Jeep at the age 24 years old. A 137k mile 1988 Comanche from the original 92 year old owner ( Good ol Doug) . Here in Southern California, even this little rust is shocking... It’s a 1988 5 speed with a 4.0, 6 Cylinder with 2WD, burgundy interior. Thanks to this forum I felt my buy was very good investment! Excited to share with you the little updates I will add to get the Jeep back to 1988. Only thing I’ve found wrong were the tow mirrors don’t hold position anymore. In addition no rear window. Thank you to everyone who kindly contributes their experience to help get these back to great shape. what I’m looking to do in the future. - buff paint, get new decals -Fix / replace mirrors- ? Holes in the side of the door though? With standard xj mirrors? -Bed liner - fog lights -sports bar /w lights kind of worried I paid high at 5800, was listed at 6200. Kind of gave me the eye when I started pointing little things out haha. first thing I did was flip the grill!
  2. 1986 Jeep Comanche "Graham Cracker" 4.0 High Output I6 / AX15 transmission / NP231 t-case / Front Axle is a Dana 30, Rear Axle is a Dana 35 Build date: 3/19/86 Current Location: Chandler, Arizona Status: Daily Driver and weekend rig Notes: This is my second Jeep Comanche. I foolishly traded my old one for a Honda Accord in an attempt to get better gas mileage and have regretted my decision ever since. Which brings us to today. Body and Chassis are the 86 Comanche MJ, literally everything else is out of a 1996 Cherokee XJ. Over 10k in this truck and it runs strong. 4.5 inch lift (not spring over axle) sitting on 31's. Long bed with a JCR steel bumper and historic plates. Original 10 slot grill with an all black/tan interior, american racing wheels, and the underside is bedlined to prevent rust/debris damage. Hood has hood pins instead of a latch, and theres an electric fan installed. The paint job is Maaco but its the most expensive package so here's to hoping it will last more than 2 years. Current owner: Me myself and I
  3. Hey everyone my name is tyler, I am new to the forums and am in the process of building up my 1990 jeep comanche 4x4. This is my second comanche and I'm building it as a daily driver that will get me through the harsh canadian winters and see some moderate 4x4ing as well as shuttling mountain bikes where ever i ride.
  4. What are your opinions? I have had a few people tell me not to daily drive the Comanche because its too old. I just wanted to hear from some of you. My original plan was to try and eliminate any weak points from the truck from the beginning. Battery, starter, trans, ball joints, u joints, wheel bearings, radiator, etc
  5. I picked up my 1988 jeep comanche in June 2013, I drove front topeka KS to St. Louis MO to get it. I drove it all the way home with no problems. It has the XJ bucket seats and center consul in it, 124,xxx when I got it, I have put all new exhaust with a Gibson superflow muffler on. Converted to an open cooling system, and E-fan swap. I have a 2" boost in the garage waiting to be installed I also have wheel adaptors from 5on4.5 to 5on5 do I can use new JK wheels
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