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  1. Hi everyone, I was going to update my pics today when I realized that I never posted any. That has led to a search through phones and old files, and I posted a few from 2015 and 2016. More coming. I bought my Comanche new on December 17, 1987, and it was my first new vehicle. It is older than two of my three kids, and a part of the family now. Although it still needs paint and interior done, I have made great strides toward getting it back in good running order. I'll run through some of the things I've done toward that goal a little later on. My finished Comanche should look almost exactly as it came off the showroom floor, with the exception of the hockey stick stripes. No lift, no mudders, no winch, just a fully restored beauty.
  2. I'm sure this question has been brought up before, and I have found some info via Google, but I wanted to ask y'all for your opinions. I have a set of Turbines that I plan to clean up and may eventually use when I lift my MJ (SOA rear and matching front). I will likely try to run 33's when I do that. So, wheel spacers or aftermarket rims with less backspacing? I've heard spacers eat up wheel bearings, but logically, it seems to me that less backspacing would exert the same stresses on the bearings as spacing out OEM rims. Thoughts?
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