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  1. Got tired of Dailing my loud, stinky, and uncomfortable rig every day. So I took so time and money to spruce it up a bit. -Welded custom floor mounts for my new early 2000s 3 series BMW seats that I got cheep from a junk yard. -Cleaned up all the surface rust on the floorboards and painted. - lay down some knock off Dinamat (everywhere) floor, doors, roof, -All New speakers -Installed new JC Whitney vinyl floor -Also did headliner but no before pics It so much nicer! No Cadillac but wife will actually ride in it now.
  2. Hello Everyone! First and foremost, I am thankful to be accepted into the club! Last week I accomplished a dream of buying a 1988 Comanche (for a whopping 600 bucks). Now behind the journey of getting it back on it's feet! I really only need to swap out a few parts: the bed, passenger fender and the bench seat! The only problem is that I cannot find them!! I was hoping you guys had some experience with this issue and would have some advice! Thanks a lot everyone! The Bandit
  3. I am looking for factory interior lights. B pillar and if they made them roof liner. My jeep was basically bare when I obtained it. Thanks.
  4. So I've finally decided to get serious about restoring my fathers 86 and first on the agenda is replacing the floor. I very much never want to do this again, so I'm trying to do it right the first time. I cut all the rust back and have some new floor pans to go in, but I have a question about the rockers. They're rusted from the inside near the tire. Here's a before picture and where I'm at now. Has anyone repaired this before and have any advice. Right now the plan is to get some metal flats (maybe stainless) and try to weld them in at the right angle but I'm open to different solutions. Any help would be appreciated.
  5. I am so close to collecting all of the parts to restore my 1989 Comanche. My MJ started life as a 2wd long wheel base. I just purchased an 88 XJ to convert the MJ to 4wd. I have a column shifter in my MJ with a non-indent bench seat. I am looking for either a mini console like the one below, automatic or manual (doesn't matter, as I will be using the shifter hole for a switch panel), If I could find one in burgundy that would be too good to be true, but I will accept any color. I will also need to console bracketry to properly bolt this thing in. I will also accept just the transfer case shifter trim as seen below. Again, would love burgundy, but will accept any color and will need the coresponding bracketry. These parts will need to be shipped to 22473. Let me know if you have one and let me know the price or possibly trade some blue interior pieces. Thanks
  6. So I've had my MJ for about a week and considering switching interior from tan to black. I'm asking for advice on best ways to do this. I saw a post showing how interior panels were painted. I'm wondering what the best product is for this and if it'll work on the dash. Also need black door panels. Also need carpet and a bench seat. I'm in East Central Florida area, so most items will need to be shipped. I'm open to any advice on this.
  7. So it's starting to get colder here in the PNW, and I would like to spoof up my cabs interior before it gets real cold. Couple questions for y'all. 1. I'm getting a headliner from a guy that makes specific comanche headliners. Should I put dynamite on the ceiling behind it? 2. I want to dynamat whole cab and door panels, how much would it cost? 3. I have my carpet and some other stuff out, should I go with a vinyl kit? Ive seen some nice pre made comanche vinyl floors online. 4. The black trim on my windows is peeling off, theres good looking chrome behind it, should i pull it all off? or is it some kind of sealer? 5. What should i get to replace all of the door seals? some parts are ripped. Thanks
  8. Looking for a complete tan interior for a MJ . Dash, seats,head liner, all trim panels and seat belts. Gabe 517 896 0020
  9. I just bought a 92 Comanche and there is no cover over the shift levers. It may not be stock configuration as the previous owner changed out some things. I am looking for the console that dresses up the shift levers. The Jeep has a deep red (Cordovan?) interior. I will try and past photos of the levers
  10. Ok guys I've had my 88 comanche MJ for almost a year now I bout it without heat in it. My truck actually has a dash in it from like a 98 and there is no heater controls in it the vac lines and everything are there but no controls I phisicly have to get out of the truck and plug in a plug to turn my defroster on...but guys I'm looking for some heater controls with the vac line plug and electrical plug on the back just in case for my 88 comanche MJ I have no heat right now and hunting season starts in a couple weeks and I need to get this fixed so I don't freeze..something local would be great but I would be willing to drive an hour or so to get them if I had to I'm located in NE PA outside allentown let's see what you guys got
  11. Trying to get rid of some miscellaneous MJ and XJ parts that I have. I'm in Bentonville, AR so I will be shipping from the middle of the country, most of the cost will pretty much go to shipping. Prices are including shipping and negotiable, best way to contact me is by text at 315-955-0123. Will do my best to ship by next day when PayPal has been received. Several badges. (Jeep letters are Rustoleum bedlinded) $10 shipped. Image Not Found 1 pair of mix matched mirrors. $20 shipped. Image Not FoundImage Not Found 97+ XJ fog light switch panel and 84-96 XJ fog light switch. (never tested either, unknown condition). $20 shipped. Image Not Found New set of four XJ/MJ door handles. $25 shipped. Image Not Found
  12. In this topic you will read about what I have done so far with my 1989 Jeep Comanche Eliminator Edition. I am simply making this topic because I like to read what other people have done and what their experiences are so I can learn from them. So if you have any questions or comments about what I have done let me know! I HAVE PICTURES!! :rotfl2: I bought it with 32,000 original miles. Exhaust----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Flowmaster Delta Series Exhaust High flow cat . :MJ 1: . I had the cat and muffler welded together as well as a down pipe tip welded at the end of the exhaust The cat was then welded onto the flange by the bottom scrap bar that supports the transmission I had my exhaust/intake manifold gasket go bad on me so I replaced that and if anyone has questions on how to get to it just let me know. You do have to take the injectors off which I didnt know. I would also recommend a high quality gasket so you don't have to go through that long process again. Intake------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I bought a high performance oiled cotton air filter that you can clean with a solution. It has a warranty replacement. Good results and I like it. Here is the website: http://www.greenfilterusa.com/ :driving: Regularly clean the throttle plate. Tried the seafoam procedure to clean out the intake manifold to get the carbon out once. Id say its a good thing but do not do that often. Maybe every 50,000 miles Electrical---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Upgraded the grounds on the engine, firewall, and inside one of the main wiring harnesses. Refer to Cruiser54's instructions! Added LED lights in my dash. Pretty cool I think. 8) I spliced the brake lights to wire in a four wire trailer plug. I did not cut the original truck brake wire though. I actually carefully just cut the insulation off and then soldered the plug wires on. This way I will always have a complete wire section for my truck brakes just in case the soldering becomes bad. No headache! :group beer: I recently added a supplemental wiring harness for the headlights to get the full voltage from the battery. I bought this: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B001P29X4G/ref=pe_385040_30332200_pe_309540_26725410_item This was definitely a good upgrade! 25% brighter lights for cheap. You could go one step further and buy new e-code bulbs and housings. I chose not too...yet. Old Lighting system with stock lights and wiring harness getting ~10 V: New wiring harness with stock bulbs: :rock on: LOTS of ground checking and such because of a low idle issue. You can find my experience in my signature........ Exterior--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Undercoating! As you can see I undercoated the bottom of the side panels just low enough where you cannot see if you were standing. I also coated part of my door jam so when I kick my feet off so no dirt gets inside my truck it won't scratch that surface. But where that wider coating is on top i guess you can say, is a black plastic cover that screws into those holes. So it covers the coating but I did it anyways. Painted my bumpers a nice black finish. I have a fiberglass cap on the bed. Wax and keep clean! :clapping: NEW TIRES and 2" Lift. BFG 31's with a 2" coil spacer and rear shackles. Interior------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ I made my own cupholder! :yes: It is an interesting concept but it works AWESOME. I used foam from a couch cushion and cut it into the shape of the console. Then dug out the holes for the cups. I made the holes a little smaller because this puts side pressure on the cups when you put them in. Results? Drinks do not move at all Insulates the drinks and the cupholder itself is easily removable if not in use New poineer speakers in the door and side panels as well as a new pioneer radio which was a needed upgrade from my 25 year old speakers. Happy with the results. I can supply the model numbers if requested. 20% tinted windows Brakes------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- THE BEST UPGRADE :thumbsup: :wrench: Dual Diaphram Brake Booster from a 96 Cheerokee and new matching master cylinder. I actually wrote a DIY on this and just take a look. Twice the braking power of the stock system. I highly recommend this and this is a really clear writeup with a lot of views. http://comancheclub.com/topic/39437-1996-xj-dual-diaphragm-brake-booster-conversion/ Cooling/Heating---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Flushed the coolent system a few times to keep it clean. A problem a came into is that I cannot get the drain plug in the side of the block out. A 3/8 extension does not fit and that is what it looks like should be the right tool. I havent figured that out yet so I just use the petcock in the radiator. During this cold winter :fs2: ... My heat was not normal. Jeeps should be shootin out heat that will burn your skin (not really). But I was getting like 70 deg air or less. Not right. And my temp gauge was showing fine and everything was running normal. Both heater hoses were warm... Now both were warm so you wouldnt think the heater core was plugged but it was.. I reverse flushed the heater core a few times both ways and now I'm getting amazing heat. I still have that vacuum valve so I had to clamp an extra hose in order to reverse flush. That valve also stuck during the -30 deg weather and did not let coolant flow through the heater core. Any questions please ask. Update: My heat works great now. I replaced the heater control valve because it was leaking and I also back flushed my heater core which it what really made the difference. Misc.---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I did have issues with my Jeep not starting due to my bad CPS Did all of Crusier54's renix tips and tricks. He did a good job with those writeups and helped a bunch. :bowdown: I have been having idling issues with a low idle. Here is the link to the thread: http://comancheclub.com/topic/42581-renix-dead-spot-and-idiling-low/ Added a Permanent Fuel Pressure Gauge on the Fuel Rail. http://comancheclub.com/topic/12565-permanent-fuel-rail-pressure-gauge/ Upcoming projects (topic will be updating)------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Buying a high quality gasket for that damn valve cover. It is always slowly leaking oil :fs1: COMPLETED Taking the clear coat off my rims and polishing and re-clear coating 4x4 conversion Again feel free to ask questions :waving:
  13. blue bench seat out of a 88 mj. real nice with only one tear on the side driver side. the rest looks real nice. only selling it because i want bucket seats. $50 also selling other interior plastic parts. blue in color. A piller B piller and along back botom of rear window. both sides and along the floor. make offer + shipping
  14. I'm looking for TAN interior plactics for my comanche. if anyone is willing to sell them I'm would be glad to buy. need to be in good condition. plactics behind driver and passenger side where the seat belts are. thanks. brady
  15. I'm really trying to consolidate all of my parts down to make this comanche build move faster, so here are a list of parts I know I have and want to get rid of: -FULL interior from a 93 4 door cherokee; black trim panels, light gray seats and door panels( do not have dash or center console)-$5 a panel, $150 for full interior including seats -Grand cherokee leather/power seats, for swap into 95+ cherokees for 60/40 fold rear seat with ALL hardware needed- $120 -A few misc radios and speakers, inquire with what you're looking for- price varies -Full maroon dash from an 86 comanche, slight cracking on top piece- $30 -Maroon manual door panels- $20 -Front HPD30 from a 93 cherokee, some damage to brackets on the rear of the axle; 3.55 gears- $100 obo -Drivetrain out of the 93 cherokee; 4.0, aw4, NP231(do not have wiring harness as I used it on the comanche)-$450 for full drive line; $100 transfer case; $150 trans; $300 motor -Driver's side replacement rocker panel, BRAND NEW- $20 -KC roof light bar with two lights, not sure of brand or type of lights- $40 -OEM rear tire carrier with necessary mounting hardware, slight rust and will need hatch/bumper modification- $80 -Trans/Transfer case shifting assemblies out the 86- $15 -CAI spectre filter, homebrew mounting arm and tube from the guy I got it from with small filter for PCV(??)- $45 -Cluster to match the drivetrain with 232,xxx miles- $25 or free with engine -Possibly willing to sell black plaid 87 cherokee buckets since I'm considering installing a bench- make an offer -Maroon 86 steering column- $40 -Full wiring harness for the 86 2.8 V6- make an offer -93 Cherokee taillights- $10 Make an offer on anything, and feel free to ask if I have something as I'm sure I forgot stuff. My zip is 18088, I'd much rather do local sales or meet somewhere rather than have to ship things.
  16. I've got an '87 MJ that I was going to drop a 401 in. Short story, project died. Now I've got this Comanche that I don't know what to do with. The cab is in great shape other than the middle part of the firewall missing from trying to shoehorn the big V8 in. Beds in decent shape, few dings and scratches. I just don't want to drag it to the junkyard, first $500 takes it. I have the title, but it hasn't been registered in a while. I'll figure that out today also, but if you are just using it for parts... Front 2WD beam, I have a 9" under the rear, but I'm keeping that. Finding a stock rear axle to toss under it for the time being or bring one with you. I'll get some pics up this afternoon. I have extra set of good taillights that go with it, All the interior is there... somewhere. -Jack San Luis Obispo, CA
  17. 87coman

    Domelight Switch

    I need a domelight swich for my 87 comanche. If anyone could help me me in locating one. Thanks
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