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Old 01-03-2010, 08:41 PM
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My name is Scott and I own a 91XJ....lifted locked and sticked. Anybody on here around the N.E. area?

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Old 01-09-2010, 09:37 AM
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Im in lawrenceville.

Just got a 98 cherokee 2dr w/ 3' lift
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Old 01-10-2010, 04:28 AM
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cool, anything done to it yet?
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stock everything but the lift..k&n air intake and thats about it.

Lots of plans tho
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well holla when your ready, I can help ya out with some pointers.
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well holla when your ready, I can help ya out with some pointers.

Sounds great! Im ready to go whenever
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Im Brian its a work in progress,88 Comanche 5.5 lift 33's and its dead right now,
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Sweet commanche! What does it need to get back up?
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Just south of Atlanta in Stockbridge. Stock right now, but in the look for a 3" lift with 31s.
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It has an electrical/fuel problem?
Ive checked all sensors and grounds but it still wont Idle or run long?It was running great one minute and before I could pull it out of the garage it stumbled and died...
Exhaust smells really rich so Im lost.
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Do yall know if Durham town has opened back up?Or where else is there to go wheeling around?
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It has an electrical/fuel problem?
Ive checked all sensors and grounds but it still wont Idle or run long?It was running great one minute and before I could pull it out of the garage it stumbled and died...
Exhaust smells really rich so Im lost.
Check the timing...maybe you have the plug wires crossed somehow?
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Ive checked the plug wires,I can get it to run long enough to check the timing,with a timing light..Idling one minute then dead the next weirdest thing Ive seen...I need a scanner I guess to scan codes.
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Ok, well first thing ya need to check is the fuel filter and make sure its not just starved for fuel. We definatley have to get u up and running....

As far as places to ride, well there is Beasley, up in Blairesville, River Rock in Milidgeville, of course Durahmtown, (wich I'm riding on Feb.13th), then u have to go over to Alabama and ya got Mountainside & Morris Mountain, Both are great places to spend the day...

BTW, If nobody has a winch, may I suggest getting one...Smittybuilt winchs are priced at about 350.00 for an 8000 lb one....I've owned them and they are awsome....

Still working on my 4-Link and just fished,(I hope), all my brackets...hope to be measuring the length of my control arms in the next day or so. I would like to get all the arms mounted this weekend...

Ya'll be good and stay safe!
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Ok, well first thing ya need to check is the fuel filter and make sure its not just starved for fuel. We definatley have to get u up and running....

As far as places to ride, well there is Beasley, up in Blairesville, River Rock in Milidgeville, of course Durahmtown, (wich I'm riding on Feb.13th), then u have to go over to Alabama and ya got Mountainside & Morris Mountain, Both are great places to spend the day...

BTW, If nobody has a winch, may I suggest getting one...Smittybuilt winchs are priced at about 350.00 for an 8000 lb one....I've owned them and they are awsome....

Still working on my 4-Link and just fished,(I hope), all my brackets...hope to be measuring the length of my control arms in the next day or so. I would like to get all the arms mounted this weekend...

Ya'll be good and stay safe!

Good Info

I would definately be interested in goin to durhamtown. Keep me updated.
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