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  1. Hi guys I just joined the club a couple of days ago, I've been to lazy to join in the past year, but no more excuses! Time to let you guys see my work in progress Jessica... If anyone wants to know why I named her like that ask and Ill tell you guys the story lol. I purchased her pretty much all "ready to go", but as soon as a started wheeling it, and like with any used car purchase, all the bugs started coming out, it was then when I realized she was a pavement queen... All this mods were done by the PO. One of the first things that happened to me was the infamous death wobble! And sure enough the PO had the original 1989 trackbar there! So I changed it and I was good to go again! Then on another mild wheeling trip and bike riding, I lost all brake lights and turning signals!
  2. My 87 MJ project is almost ready for inspection but my reverse lights are not working. I have tried many things for it to work including changing the bulbs, checked the wire for damages, and checked connections from the switch and at the sockets. I am lost. If someone could point me in a direction that would help I would really appreciate it.
  3. This will be the official build page for the MJ Motorhome. Progress pictures will be posted as work progresses. Before and After so check back through out the months ahead. Registration battle continues with Nevada DMV, however, new plates have arrived and I have it registered (Kinda), More inspections and vehicle history investigation with California DMV. Period correct replica plates for the year 1987 here in Nevada. The camper is stowed away for now, I will bring her out after the snow for some pictures. But for now I will plan the build out. If you have an Idea post a comment or find me on FB @Joe Kidd, I'm in most of the Comanche and Cherokee groups. It's going to its first 4x4 show and shine in Carson City Nevada May 6th. in its current condition if you want to see it up close.
  4. Hello, first time posting here. I am not sure if I am posting this in the right subsection. So I have a 4wd 5spd '88 Comanche that I got in today and the reverse gear just isn't working. No sounds, no loud "bangs" at any point. This is a first for me so before I get to opening this pig up and getting myself into trouble...do you guys have any insights as to why this may have happened? Also, simultaneously my gas gauge stopped working. Unlikely these are related but thought I'd throw it out there. Thank you in advance.
  5. A couple of summers ago my father, brother and I tore apart my dad's 95 YJ Wrangler that had a 4 cyl and a 5 speed. Here is what it looked like once the rust got cut out and test fitting the engine: Here it is with the frame, body, and firewall painted. The interior got a spray-in raptor bedliner. It was on 235s. Then we put the front fenders, grille, and rock-sliders on. It has the original steel body and the frame has been patched. Then we put the windshield and flares on. This is it all together with the 235s on it. We ended up needing to build a traction bar and putting in a slip yoke eliminator because, with the stock springs, the axle-wrap was terrible, so it broke 2 driveshafts and 2 stransfercases. In the garage is our 1959 Chevy wagon-nothing special, 350 and a 700r4. Then the 35s went on. You can see the tote lid under it catching fluid from the broken T-case. We then took it out and flexed it on our culvert some: (It whips good pavement donuts, don't ask) Here is a pic of the first ride it went on. It is the Jeep in the front. The other YJ is actually a CJ-5 with a custom front end. Last summer my dad worked on a YJ with a 4.2 and a 5-speed and 27,000 original miles. Here are some more recent shots of it in action. This bottom one is of the first time we had it on the road this year. Feel free to ask if you have any questions!
  6. Hello, my 1989 jeep Comanche long bed that I have, has been dealing with some drum issues going through inspection. I bought the jeep and and it already had what looked to be new shoes around 4 to 5mm of meat on both sides. The drums although I would say have seen better days. My question is, could I sand down the shoes really well and slap a new drum on?(its a Dana 35 rear too I should add). I have heard mixed things on throwing a new drum on somewhat used shoes. Should I give it a shot?
  7. Hello everyone, I have 1989 jeep mj 4.0. I have been having issues with a draw on my jeep and finally did a draw test. Found my power latch relay is staying on far too long and is drawing about 1 amp at all times. What does this relay do and how do I fix this issue. THANKS!!!
  8. I recently purchased an ‘89 jeep Comanche sport truck with the 4.0 l motor with the 5 speed gear box and 4wd. The Jeep has sat up supposedly untouched since 2005 according to previous owner. Since buying it we dropped the fuel tank and we’re using a temporary gas can with a new fuel pump and lines. We took off the fuel rail and cleaned it. We checked all injectors and cleaned them out and put it all back on the truck. We check for spark and checked all plugs and it is getting enough spark for the engine to start. We checked compression on all cylinders and are getting around 130-150 on all cylinders except the back one which is getting around 90, albeit low, but not low enough to stop from running. We of course cleaned out the air box and stuck a new filter into it. At about this point of cleaning and checking and making sure, we try to start the vehicle and it successfully ran for a few seconds and shut off due to the brake clean sprayed into the holes while the fuel injectors were out. For the life of us, we can not get it to start. We have gone through and done all the checks previously stated and have accomplished nothing. We inspected closer and found the crank sensor was damaged and replaced it with a brand new one that we tested and installed, but still we get nothing. If you have run into a similar issue or have a lot of knowledge on these Comanches, please write back. I can provide pictures and additional info, but a point in any direction would be greatly appreciated.
  9. Hello Everyone!!! I am officially new to the site, but have been browsing for quite some time as this is the best source of information for my new jeep project. I few months back I was lucky enough to pick up an 88 MJ in good shape. it has the 2.5L, so it is kind of a dog but I'm not trying to race anyone or do any rock crawling at the moment. However, I am in the process of installing a 4.5 Rusty's long arm kit, and ran into an issue late into the project last night; I set the lower arms to right specializations (35 3/8" eye to eye only about 3 full rotations of the joint) and mounted them from the cross-member to the axle, but the axle seems too far forward. After calling it a night I have been doing some research; and I know my geometry on the front axle is all jacked up currently, but could my lower arms be too long? I am pretty sure my manual transmission is an AX5 (since it is the 2.5L), but I recall that the trans cross-member is in different locations of about 2" between the AX15 and the Peugeot(87-89???). The only years that Rusty's notes a difference is 87-89 due to the Peugeot mounting a couple inches forward, but does the AX5 and the AX15 mount at the same location? Thanks!
  10. 88 Jeep Comanche Eliminator Short Bed 4.0 manual with 188010 miles. 4.0 with AX15 and 231 transfer case. Dana 30 front and Dana 35 rear axle. Resides in US Lakeview Oregon. This is currently my daily driver and trail rig. It runs and drives great after all of the work I put into it. Still updating and restoring what I can. Here is what has been done: Dana 30 front axel Dana 35 rear axel Replaced peugeot transmission with AX15 and converted to 4x4 with NP231 transfer case Bluetooth sound system w/8" sub Replaced slave cylinder Replaced clutch master cylinder and hydrolyc hose Replaced rear main seal Replaced u-joints Replaced throttle position sensor Replaced throttle body Replaced clutch and pressure plate Replaced starter Replaced harmonic balancer Replaced All ground wires and connections as well as battery cables and terminals Replaced air filter with high flow "Green" filter New fuel filter Installed 4 hole Volvo injectors It is straight piped with knock off flow master muffler. New black 15" steel wheels Light harness from K Suspension Halogen light conversion with Sylvania bulbs All gauges, lights, and electrical work. Have parts and need to install: ECU from a 91 Jeep XJ New Power steering pump I need: Front driver bucket seat with manual slider Seat belt buckle (driver) Window crank (grey) Sun visors (grey) Rear bumper Lund sun visor (in time)
  11. Future cummins overland build. This is the day I got it home, rust free from virginia. Follow me on instagram @mulletman.mj.
  12. I have a set of four 10 spoke turbine wheels with center caps. I know some people love them and others bring them to the dump. My question is what’s the going price for a set with decent tires?
  13. Looking for a comanche , auto trans and short bed will travel for right one, located at 85040
  14. In my formidable years, my father always told us boys, that you will never own a motorcycle or a Jeep Wrangler. He considered that those two motorized vehicles were death traps. God rest your soul, Dad. Today, I placed a down payment on a 2005, Jeep Wrangler TJ Rubicon. It is bone stock, yes the body sheet metal has typical rust, but its frame/skeleton and running gear, are in great condition. The soon to be, previous owner took very good care of it and each time that it was driven on salty roads, they would put it through an automatic car wash/undercarriage wash. It was their DD, but it also was always garage kept. Spring of 2020, I will address each rusty area, individually and eventually, nip those problems in the bud. I will also Fluid Film its undercarriage and keep it coated, throughout time. Every option, works as it should. 6-speed manual, 4.0 liter with 107k miles on it. Plus all of the typical equipment, that you will find on a Rubicon. It will remain to be, strictly my DD. No mods, within the foreseeable future. My MJ gets all of the attention. So here, I present you to the '11th Hour' Yes, that its name. It was listed on Facebook Marketplace, for 11 hours, before I discovered it. Also, in reference to, Matthew 20: 1-16. It is my wish to apply bible verses, that mean something to me, on its white body panels in decals and it will be GDZ Jeep.
  15. My 1977 RHD DJ5-F I’ve been restoring. It’s a love/hate sharing this build because 90% of the time people who never knew they existed leave a big spiel on how they are going to get one to put on one tons with an LS swap when they don’t even know how to install their own windshield wipers🤷🏼‍♀️ But for the details. 232 with 727 TF trans Dana44 rear axle 2wd(they all were) RHD 7.50x16 BFG KM3s 16” original willys pickup wheels I dug out of a field and pieced together. MagnaFlow Stainless Bullet style muffler. Cleaned up interior with cheapo Jegs racing seats to replace where the mail tray used to sit with some matching latch&link lap belts so I feel fast. Amazon special LED headlights to fit in with the JKs at the mall. Other little things I’m forgetting.
  16. Hello everyone! I'm new here. I'm an owner of a 88 Jeep Comanche Pioneer with 73k miles. I inherited this vehicle from my late father who spent a lot of time getting the vehicle roadworthy again. I'm a little mechanically inclined, so I'm working on it bit by bit and learning as I go, since I've received this vehicle, I've replaced the leaking fuel injectors with better ones, I think avoiding a fire while driving it is a priority lol. My next thing to do is replacing the clutch master cylinder since I realized it's leaking on the fuse box! Luckily the damage wasn't to bad, I just cleaned it and changed 2 damaged fuses, works just fine now. I will be posting my progress with repairs over time. More pictures to come soon!
  17. Hi All, This is my first ever post on this forum or any forum for that matter. I have an 87 Comanche 4.0 pioneer that has a bad ticking noise. It has been doing this noise for the last 6 months I've owned the truck. I've run thicker weight oils, various additives and they did little to help. The noise is strange in that it is intermittent and only seems to get bad after the engine is fully warm. Did the rear main seal two months ago and didn't notice any metal debris in pan. It doesn't get noticably audible until oil pressure is under 40. Seems to be worse at idle(or just easier to hear) or when coming to a red light after driving at higher speeds. I have had two people listen to it and one believed it was most likely a bad lifter. The other seemed to think it was a possible exhaust issue. I believe that I do have some exhaust leak, but I don't think it could be the cause of metalic click noise. I am leaning toward it being the lifters, but I also know these engines can develop piston slap. Before I get into any fixes is there anything that can be done to help determine if the tick is a lifter, piston, or possible exhaust? What do you guys think it sounds like? I have attached a short clip of the engine ticking when fully warm. Thanks for any advice you may have. VID_20190522_091052028~3.mp4
  18. How's she goin? long-time lurker here from Cape Breton Canada who decided to finally get off his rear and make a build thread on my 1992 Comanche base model. So, you may ask why call this thread "pipe-dream?" well, ever since I seen my first comanche when i was 8 I've always wanted one, i owned tons of jeep cherokees, and built lots of them to, but.. it just didnt feel right. they were fun and stuff sure, but for the things I do day to day, they were just lacking in the utility department. The first one I built was a 93 Cherokee sport, I had purchased for $1,200 of some old fella up in the mountains. I daily drove it for 3 years, making the kilometers climb from 321,000km (199,500mi) all the way to 415,000kms (258,000mi) I slowly built it up with my highschool budget, Lift, tires, roof rack, lots of lights, and a custom winch bumper. But, like most cherokees, it had braved the canadian winters without any type of protection, which led to the floors rusting out, and the uniframe becoming soft in some spots. I ended up selling it to a friend of mine. Next came the 96 XJ, to which i was told "came from alberta" and at first sight looked clean as could be. about a month after purchase I pulled the carpets to find that the PO had covered the entire underbody in thick black under coat, hiding the lack of a floor, and had just layed metal plate down in places he couldn't hide. so I patched them up, and continued to drive it for the next year, lifting it, wheeling it, and using like a jeep should be used, but it left a bad taste in my mouth knowing about all the rust it had. Then the engine blew... So, I was left daily driving my BMW for the summer to go to work, I was jeepless, and my BMW isnt exactly a fan of our rough roads... SO What was I to do? I couldn't find a decent jeep around cape breton that wasn't rotten, or beaten to death, plus i was slowly killing my BMW putting almost 900kms (560mi) on it a week.... A few weeks go by and my itch for another jeep was getting bigger, but i didnt want anymore rot-boxes and I wanted something different.. something that would stand out. then out of curiosity I decide to search all across Canada for a Comanche... I browsed through the endless ads of the same thing, Comanches that were broke in half, missing beds, engineless husks of what they once were, or just plain destroyed like the sad fate of most of them, and if i was going to look for a MJ I was going to be picky, I didn't want a renix, no 4 cyls, it HAD to be a 5 speed... and specifically.. 2 wheel drive, Why 2 wheel drive? because it wouldn't of been put through half the stuff a 4x4 one would of. Then I found it... the perfect Comanche. a 91 (or so i thought) 2 wheel drive, 5 speed, 4.0 HO, base model. and unlike the rest... it wasnt beat half to death. it was almost as if it just came from the dealer, (probably because it was wet in the pictures aha) One problem though.. it was in Swift current Saskatchewan ... 4,307kms (2676mi) from me... so, I quickly blew it off, "too far away, and I'll never save up the money in time before its sold" even though it was only $2,500.... But try as hard as I could, i just couldn't get it off my mind, always stuck at the back of it, even with my 16 hour 6 day a week job of Crab fishing. Once I had actually saved up enough money a few weeks later, I decided to check back on it and low and behold, the ad was still up!... so I gave the owner a call and asked him for the regulars "How's it run, whats the body like, and does it need anything?" Once we were done our little chat, and I had informed him I was on the other side of canada, he replied with "Well, your the only person to really show interest in the truck, tell you what, if you want I'll hold onto it for you for a little bit until you can figure out how your gunna get here, and get it home" So, I went to thinking, that night, trying to figure out just how in the heck was I gunna get to Saskatchewan... My hope quickly dwindling, I had never left Cape Breton before, Didn't have enough for a plane ticket, and gas money to drive it home.... Then I remembered, I had a cousin working out there on a oil rig and he was due to come home soon, so I shot him a message on facebook, asking him if he'd be willing to drive 5 hours out to just look at it for me, so after some discussion, I e-transfered him out the money for the truck, and a bit extra for gas for his truck. the next day while at work, he texted me saying it wasn't any good... it was perfect, he couldn't leave the guys house without it, though the previous owner was a little concerned since the truck had NEVER SEEN THE HIGHWAY before. as the story goes behind it, he had bought it new in 1992, and it was his run-around truck for his Diesel repair shop, doing errands here and there around town, and every night it was washed, and tucked away in the shop, but the little trooper made it the entire way back to Regina without any problems, minus a bit of death wobble around 110kmh (70MPH) which was due to the tires being from 98... The next few months it spent its time waiting in my cousins garage, and got some tune-up work done, plugs, wires, cap, rotor, a new serpentine belt, filters, and some donor wheels off a old grand caravan, once the time came he set off on his journey home to me, chugging along the trans Canada Highway, up and down mountains, along lakes, coastal roads, and only stopping for a few hours while my cousin slept in the cab (still don't know how he managed that....) And then the 12th of October, it finally arrived in my driveway, my once was a Pipe-dream, had come true I now was the proud owner of one of THE cleanest Comanches on the Island. But, his journey wasnt over yet, I wasnt just going to leave it alone.. no no no. I wanted a Comanche that will brave anything i want it to, WHILE being a comfortable daily driver, and knowing how many miles it was going to get, I decided to name him Nomad, Adventurous and never stuck to one spot, which seemed fitting after his journey across Canada. First thing was first, The caravan wheels had to go. I put some used 235/75R15 winters on the factory wheels and tossed them on which improved the look of the truck drastically. I swapped the grille to one with a chrome outline, and added Hella H4 conversion lights with a Putco Relay harness Then, I had to cover up the bare metal rockers, so some Primer, rocker-gaurd, and Color match paint later, and I was left with this. The front seemed kinda bare, so a small trip to Moncton and I had acquired a new front bumper with Bumperettes, some fog-lights and I also had ordered some NOS KC light covers to cover them up. Plus, I had also found some wood-grain door panels from a cherokee country, a leather wrapped steering wheel, Bucket seats, and a center console. So, out with the old interior And while I had it out, I took out the carpet to clean it, lightly sanded down the paint, and covered the entire thing in Chassis saver paint. Then, we swapped the Bench brackets onto the buckets, and bam I had a nice Eleminator packaged interior, With full gauges, comfy buckets, woodgrain AND A CUP HOLDER. I cruised around for a while like that, grinning from ear to ear, but I knew winter was coming... and I knew he'd have to be upgraded and protected for the upcoming months, so my pride and joy wouldent end up like every other jeep i've owned. So, I went out and bought this as a donor truck. One VERY rotten 88/96 Cheromanche. a obvious hack job, wires ran everywhere, a very broken frame that was attempted to be patched.. but still ended up breaking in half on the drive home from just bouncing on the trailer. so, we pulled all the running gear out of it, and began the swap into my clean, unmolested, untouched 92 survivor, I had also purchased a BDS 3" lift kit at the time aswell, and some Bilstein 5100 shocks. Out with the old Dead-axle 30 Then out came the grease-ball of a perfectly shifting 2wd AX15 while we had everything apart, we decided to do the rear-main seal and oil-pan gasket, to ensure this is one jeep that won't mark its territory. Up went the External slave AX15 from the donor truck And then the transfer case We transfered the gears from the donor Dana 30, into a rust free housing then sealed it up and painted it, Adding new ball-joints, wheel bearings, U-joints, axle seals, Pinon seals, and anti-seizing everything and then Wrestled it under Nomad and began bolting everything in place, the new track-bar, upper and lower control arms, shocks, all new V8 ZJ steering gear, calipers, pads, rotors, and flex hoses We tossed in the rear drive-shaft for now, knowing i would have to get the one from the donor truck rebuilt, and undercoated the entire under-side of the truck in Fluid-Film Also making up a special tool so we could run the under-coating nozzle way into the frame and coating the inside of the rails thoroughly, plus the insides of the rockers, fenders, doors, and innder bedsides. , And after 2 weeks of hard work I could finally see it sitting on its own weight again. I took the truck over to a local spring shop the next day to have them put in the add-a-leaf, and then from there it went for alignment. Once i got home, I put on the wheels and tires from my old 96 Cherokee, and pretty much have been driving it since. I will actually be going to Moncton this week coming to have my front drive-shaft rebuilt. I hope you enjoyed reading my little adventure, and if you didnt, sorry for the wall of text! I will update this thread as I make improvements to the truck and eventually begin traveling with it, as a closure here are some pictures I took of the truck recently, and I look foward to making updates in this for everyone of this awesome site to read!
  19. 89' Jeep Comanche 2WD, automatic transmission with Overdrive, cold A/C, Does 22-23 MPG, comes with original factory topper, in good condition, owned by a gentle old man. Please call 785 201 5284 for any questions.
  20. I was wondering if anyone had any experience with the the bored renix throttle body from http://www.strokedjeep.com and if so what luck they had and any real benefit? Thanks
  21. Hello All! Obligatory I'm new to the Club and I was raised a Jeep guy sentence. Anyhow, I have been looking for my own MJ for almost two years now... and finally I found one! I created this topic in order to record my build process, and to hopefully find some input on what to do and tricks on doing installs and whatnot. So far I've made two lists: One for necessary repairs to get done first in order for my Jeep to pass inspection, and a list of potential gradual modifications. It is a Red '87 Comanche SporTruck, with the short box, inline six, 231 transfer case, dana 30 front and 35 rear, and of course that POS Peugeot BA 10/5 (* means completed) Necessary Repairs include: Driver and possibly passenger floor pan repair Driver front marker light Signal backfeed fix* Driver and passenger side mirrors* New coolant overflow tank* Fix roof rack holes (from previous owner)* Put in a Metric Speedometer (?) Valve Cover Gasket replacement* Possible Distributer O-ring replacement Heater Control valve replacement Clean gunk off Transmission New Windshield* Potential Mods include: New axles to replace the Dana 30 front and 35 rear (maybe 44s?) Transmission swap from BA 10/5 to an AX15 or an Automatic XJ tranny (not sure which one to do yet) Bumpers front and rear '33 or '35 inch tires A couple inches of lift Interior overhaul (cracked dash, and piece below glovebox, bench seat is ripped) Stereo and Speakers New paint job and SporTruck Decals Closed system radiator to a double or triple core system with a cap Bedline the bed This is my basic outline! Stay Tuned !
  22. backstory- back in early 2015 i saw this comanche for sale but had no money, after about a year of working and saving i started looking again. i came across the jeep again one year later in early 2016, with the same selling owner. i contacted him, drove 2 hours up to north jersey with my father and brought it home
  23. Hello everyone just wanted to know if the stock Jeep wrangler wheels would fit of my 1989 MJ without any modifications or problems The link is the rims that I am talking about http://bonnieheights.com/jeep-wrangler-stock-wheels-and-tires Thx
  24. Hello everyone! I am a graduate from Kettering University (AKA...General Motors Institute) and I took a vehicle dynamics course while I was there. Apart of the class was to create a portfolio for one vehicle within each group and of course I chose my 1989 Jeep Comanche (Eliminator package) to do my portfolio on. The calculations within the files below were calculated using both CarSim (simulation software), in lab measurements (in garage, using weights and measurement tools), and vehicle dynamic equations. Below I have the power point presentation and excel document Google Drive links that have the raw data for my 1989 Jeep Comanche. The excel document is read only. ***FOR BOTH the power point and the excel document, click on the links below and you should be sent to each file in google drive. If you cannot click on the links, copy and paste these links into your web address bar at the top of your web browser. After that, download the files by clicking the downward facing icon near the top right of the screen. You need to do this so they look and function better since the files are Microsoft office files. Google drive doesn't like to view these files sometimes so it is best to download and open these files with Microsoft office.*** https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B52R0MdRNDTlYml2Nm1LMUo2NTg/view?usp=sharing - PowerPoint Presentation https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B52R0MdRNDTlMFp5VDNfbGVlZTVBUTRqQU5tcHRZQUIxVUJZ/view?usp=sharing - Excel Document There are a lot of parameters that are laid out but most of them have a description to explain what each parameter means. This goes a lot more in depth than your typical specifications you would normally find. All the values you see are estimated but most were proven after being calculated by doing test runs and measurements. If you have any questions please ask! Interesting parameters: spring rates center of gravity corner weights on each wheel max braking acceleration max driving (WOT) acceleration time to 60 mph estimated minimum stopping distance curb-to-curb steering radius NOTE: I have a fiberglass bed cap on my truck and some stuff in the back so this added about 150-175 lbs to the total weight of my truck. I am running 31" BFG tires which change ride dynamics and weight. I also have 2" coil spacers and 2" lift drop shackles. Not too much different than stock so all the values you see are pretty close to stock. ENJOY :thumbsup: Here are some links for other Comanche info: http://comancheclub.com/topic/7477-a-list-of-links-for-info/ - from "Rokhound" http://comancheclub.com/topic/19732-random-informative-picture-thread/ - from "maddzz1" http://comancheclub.com/topic/48710-diy-projects-writeups-master-search-index/ - from "minuit" http://comancheclub.com/topic/39751-comanche-specs/?hl=1996&do=findComment&comment=400145 - from "yxmj"
  25. Recently acquired a 2004 chevy trailblazer it has 4.20L inline 6, locking rear end (g80), 4L60-E, and stock transfer case. It was t-boned passenger side impact,side runs and drives straight. What I am curious has anyone swapped these components(any or all) into their jeep comanche or cherokee and what were the problems that they encountered. I would definitely like to put the locking g80 rear end under the manche for sure, also the trailblazer's rear end is a coil sprung 5 link, which could be a huge upgrade. Swapping whole drive train would be most ideal, as the i6 is rated around 275 for both torque and horsepower. Thank you guys in advance for anything you might have to say to help or direct me to help.
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