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The time has come for real deal release of the long awaited Krustyballer sliders, bumpers and hitches! Contact Brandon to order your parts. *A $100 DEPOSIT TO PURCHASE MATERIALS IS REQUIRED BEFORE ANY PART WILL BE MADE* Mounting hardware is not included with the sliders or bumpers. You can reuse your stock bolts but they really should be upgraded to grade 8. SLIDERS SWB available in 2"x4" slider (pictured below) and 2"x3" (should have pictures soon) WITH STEP--$335+ shipping WITHOUT STEP--$305+ shipping WITH STEP PLATE--$375+ shipping LWB WITH STEP--$360+ shipping WITHOUT STEP--$330+ shipping WITH STEP PLATE--$400+ shipping XJ SLIDERS ARE AVAILABLE NOW AS WELL!!! WITH STEP--$335+ shipping WITHOUT STEP--$305+ shipping WITH STEP PLATE--$375+ shipping when ordering, make sure you specify what size slider, with or without step and SWB/LWB REAR BUMPERS STANDARD-64" long 2"x4", 2" receiver, 2 d-ring shackle mounts $300+ shipping minus $15 for no 2" receiver minus $15 for no d-ring shackle mounts . Weld on DIY rear bumper brackets. $65 plus shipping. Front bumpers are coming FALL 2019! They will be available in a few different designs as well. You can order them with or without the brush guard or with or without the integrated hitch. Also will have winch bumpers available. HITCHES $225+ shipping (more info in the Hitch thread in the for sale section) I will try to answer any questions on here or through PM if anybody has any. **DISCLAIMER ***If you purchase a fully built hitch, rear bumper or set of sliders, i accept NO responsibility or liability on any of them. once shipped, any failure or problems with performance due to misuse is the buyer's responsibility. Once anything is installed I accept NO responsibility or liability. For liability purposes, hitches and bumpers are not load/weight rated. I cannot say that these can be used to pull or recover. if done so, this falls under misuse of the product and I am no longer liable. Thanks, Brandon S.
Alright, so I'm new to the Comanche Club. I just picked up a POS 92' MJ with a 7' bed. Has the standard D30/D35 combo, 4.0, and a 5 speed manual trans. Needs a new crankshaft position sensor in order to run properly. I really want a dedicated vehicle just to take rock crawling, and I feel this is the perfect donor vehicle. I have a 2013 Jeep JK on 35's that I take to Rausch Creek Offroad Park (Tremont, PA), and it's also my DD. I can't afford to break anything serious, being as how I have no other vehicle to get to and from work. And I don't make a million dollars a year either, I just graduated high school in June of this year. So to finally get to the whole point of this intro, I want a truggy (wasn't sure if i made that clear enough). I'm only knowledgeable in JK's, so i only know the basics in MJ's. I'd like to start with axles. I heard a rear Dana 60 from a late 80's dodge pickup swaps in with no modifications (Fact or fiction?). Well, what about a front axle? I want matching widths, and I could care less if they're full width. Not looking to dump money modify the front axle to fit, but it seems to be almost inevitable. Would it be better to put a D60 in the front, or just D44? The next thing is that standard 6.5 inch lifts won't work with "new" axles (assuming, but you know what they say about that). I know I'll need to beef up the drivetrain as well. What transfer case does everyone recommend? I've heard no one can go wrong with a Dana 300. No short term plans for different motor or trans. Not opposed to the cliche Cummins 4BT/NV4500 combo, but one can only dream :yes:. All feedback is appreciated, but let's keep it civilized. I'm only a dumb teenager :thumbsup: