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Old 11-13-2012, 07:38 PM
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Ok, I'm already 2 years into this build. I have done quite a bit of the bolt on stuff and now it's time to take it to the next step. I'll post more pictures once I find my old camera that has some orignial pics of the XJ on it.

History:
This is my 5th Jeep (1-TJ, 1-ZJ, 1-WJ, & 2-XJ's including this one). My favorite (your gonna hate me was the WJ), but the price of the XJ's made me pick this one up.

Goal:
Buy the newest lowest mileage & least amount of rust XJ I could find. I live in Western New York (Buffalo) and the rust part Aint' so easy.

Purchase:
2001 Black XJ 4 Door from Erie PA, they use much less salt on the roads and when I crawled under it, the undercarriage "Looks Real Nice Clark". Low Miles 84,000, Price $5,900 at a Nissan Dealership. Purchase Price $5,000.00 Smokin Deal!? Well till I did some more research on my newly purchased XJ. What my XJ has is ABS (Crap), Dana 35 Rear Axle (Double Crap) & as I started tearing the truck down, yep a nice Rust Hole (Tripple Crap)!





Done So Far:
Tomkin 4" Lift, Tera-Flex BB 1.75" lift, Worrier Products front winch bumper, Tomken rear bumper w/tire carrier, Superwinch 8,000lb winch, 33" 10.5/15 BFG A/T Tires (5), 15"x8" (3.70 Backspace) Alum rims (5), K&N air filter, Hella round driving lights, High Lift Jack, Rampage Headlights, SYE installed, Tillons D.S., Magnaflow Cat back exhaust & CB.

Next Step:
I've had a box with Bushwackers flat fender flairs in the garage for a year now. Purchased a High Pininon D30 a couple months ago (gotta rebuild), Just bought a Cry. 8.25 29 spline form a friend of mine (gotta rebuild). Fix Rust spot. That is where this starts. Gonna be a slow build for a couple months here but i'll have more photo's than words.

Here's how she sits now..
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Rear:
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Front:
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Went wheelin' with my buddy a while ago, she does pretty good. Should have gone with the TSL's I orignially wanted, would have gotten better traction in the mud.

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(Below) that's a swamp @ my property that I sank up to the doors
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Goal for axles:
Clean & Rebuild, Regear to 4.56, new u-joints, calipers, disks/pads, truss, & lockers. Lockers, lockers, lockers, not sure what lockers to go with.... Spartin, Aussi, ARB, Eaton..... Any ideas? Cheap is always good!

Here is my D-30 HP, needs a lot of work, but gonna start on it in the next week or so. Cry-8.25 will also be worked on.

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Misc. items:
Led exterior lights, measured up all lights & gonna have a freind work up some steel blanks and install lights. Front, front side, rear lights, Sliders, Wrap arounds for the rear bumpers, on board air....

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That's where i'm at now, I have been purchasing parts for the rebuild of the axles. Nothing worth talking about, just stock bolts, brake parts, etc...
I've been worried about doing the axle swap since i have the ABS in this Heep! PMed JerseyboyXJ & asked some questions about his C8.25 he did. Now I think i'm ready. Thanks JerseyboyXJ.

Any and all thoughts & ideas are welcome. Hope this is worth posting to everyone on here.

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Got to work & dug up my drawing of what I want my rear lights to be. I'm gonna put a bunch of LED's in there & have them really BRIGHT! Too many idiots tailgate me for some reason?
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I still have to double check all the dimensions but this is a start. Gonna paint the steel boxes Black. Next step is to work on the front blinker / marker lights.
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OK, working on the whole fixin' what is wrong... Brought my D30HP to my friends house & I bought his Cry. 8.25 off him.
High Pinion Dana 30:
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Chrysler 8.25:
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All Went good except for one of the shock mounts when removing the bolts, the threads broke off... Not a big deal, if that is the worse i'll take it.
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My friend thought that his XJ had a LSD (Limited Slip Differental), but wasn't sure..... Sure enough LSD.... That's great, i'll see how that helps on the off road vs putting a locker in the rear.
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You can see the clutch plates in there, look close:
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Now the D30, Living in Buffalo NY, OUR DOT salts the **** out of the roads, this axle is pretty seized up. And saying that, I'm planning on tearing them totally down & replace everything. This D30HP has the High pinion & the larger universal joints.
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I purchased a Spartan for the D30 and recived it a couple days ago.
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I'm interested to see what it'll be like to drive my XJ with this in the front. I did have a Lock Rite in the rear of my TJ a while ago & couldn't stand driving it. I pulled it out after a week of driving with it in.

Next Step:
I have to grind and clean both axles & prime/paint the axles. Buy Gears & Master Install kits, New Brakes.

Rear Brakes:
This is what I am planning for the rear:
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I was planning on doing a WJ rear brake swap. Everthing in JY's around here is junk/rusted/seized & would cost me more to buy all new instead of just buying TeraFlexs' kit.

Front Brakes:
Gonna put all new slotted disks & new calipers in.

More to come......
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hell yeah. It's sweet how a few add-ons change the look in such a dramatic way.

I'm in the market for a rear tire carrier, how do you like the TOMKEN? Purchase price?

Nice work on the axles. If I had a garage, I'd be much more industrious.

Curious to see the LED tails. I covet them, but definitely not close to the top of the list.
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sick and it sucks not having a garage to do the work. i dont have a garage or tools to work so im very limited
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I'm in the market for a rear tire carrier, how do you like the TOMKEN? Purchase price?
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I do like the Tomken tire carrier & bumper. It was a heck of a lot cheaper than most out there & that was why i bought it. If i had to do it again, I would probably buy Detours Back Bone. It keeps the stock look & from what I've seen it looks like it is built really good & strong.. No complaints though except the wrap arounds that they offer don't work for me. I'm going to have a friend of mine work on some custom wrap arounds. Tomken Machine makes really nice stuff. I love their 4" lift that i'm running. Rides really smooth!

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Originally Posted by 01xjMontucky View Post
If I had a garage, I'd be much more industrious.
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sick and it sucks not having a garage to do the work. i dont have a garage or tools to work so im very limited
Ya, Here's my garage.....
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The extent of my tools...
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It's good to have friends that have lifts & all tools that are required to do this stuff... I give everyone credit here that installs lifts, axle swaps, etc in their garage with minimal tools......
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Ok, slow at work today, had some time to put together my shopping list of parts for my front & rear axles. I'm trying to spread the $pending of ca$h over a couple months so I don't take a HUGE hit all in one month. Here's what I have come up with so far.
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There is still some misc parts & tools that I have to pickup, but that is minimal compared to the above list. Wholly Crap, it really adds up if you rebuild the axles & not just swap them in. My Goal is to have everything done & axles installed by the end of March. We'll see how that works out for me....

Bonus so far., I just sold my old TJ rims for $50.00 on Craigs List. Selling old parts is huge.....


I love / loved those old TJ rims, reminded me of the Defender 90 rims....
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Sooooo, I've already bought the Spartan for the D-30, now I am wondering if I should have spent even more money & picked up a E-Locker for the front. Living just South of Buffalo, durning the winter months i'm almost always in 4wheel. So much snow on the roads & especially on the side streets i don't think the Spartan is the right locker for me..... Really don't want to spend that $700.00+ price tag for an E-Locker.
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Though they are cheaper than those ARB's...
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I'm not a hardcore Rock Crawler, I mostly trail ride, get into some mud, and some rocks....

Any thoughts, Ideas are welcome.
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Ok, been layin low for a while & picking up some parts for my XJ. So far I got axle seals for my new-to-me front & rear axles:

For Front Axles:
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Read through some other builds on here & decided to finally get some roll on liner for the roof of my XJ (Paint is cracking & looks like crap) & going to do my fenders when I finally install my Bushwackers.

Monstaliner sounded like the best to go with for me:
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Also, since I'll be screwing around with taking my wheels off, I'll clean and paint my inner fenders & surounding areas with this:
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Also, since I snaped the threads for the lower shock mounts off of my Crysler 8.25 when i was tearing it down, I decided to go with these:
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I'm really wanting to get going on the axles, as I would like to have them in by early summer. I still need a TON of parts. Front rotors & pads, callipers, ring & pinions (front & rear), master install kits (front & rear), Teraflex rear disk conversion, front air locker (selling my Spartan now), and a lot of other miscellanous parts.

Since i'm waiting on buying parts, i'll be working on my fenders & installing my bushwackers in the next couple weeks. Also i'll grind down the axles and put a nice coat of Chassis saver on them......

Extremley slow progress right now... hope to pick up some momentum & get moving, seems like i'm always waiting on MONEY$$$$$
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Those jks shock mounts are nice, more clearance. I have a set that'll be going on the 8.8 next week.
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Those jks shock mounts are nice, more clearance. I have a set that'll be going on the 8.8 next week.
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Thosejks shock mounts are nice, more clearance. I have a set that'll be going on the8.8 next week.


Ya, can’t wait till I finally get all my parts in to start working on the Axles. Everything is just soooo expensive when you’re talking about building/rebuilding axles….

Well, on Saturday, I decided to treat the XJ for a night indoors instead of sitting out in the freezing cold. My DD (VW Jetta) has been acting up so I thought I’d punish her & leave here out while the XJ stayed inside….

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On Sunday, Iput some time aside so I could get some needed work done on the XJ. Got to my friends shop & had to do a little cleaning before I got the XJ inside & wormed up.



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Once everything was cleaned up (enough to get the Jeep in) I brought her in & unloaded everything:



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Pulled some measurements to see what the Stock fenders give you for room:

- XJ, with Stock Fender Flares and 33” BFG’s (+/-6”of lift)

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Tore the old Stock fender flares off. Living in Buffalo, can’t but plan on some bolts snappin’ off. 2 bolts on either side broke, surprising enough, all the other ones came off without anissue..

- XJ, No Fenders…

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I really hate thinking (or doing for that matter) cutting anything on my rigs… Too afraid that I’ll cut too much & have to live with a P.O.S. Used Painters tape so I could trace & layout my cuts. Good ol Sharpie comes in handy once again…

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After marking & cutting, wheel well is really open up. I always had rubbing on the back of the wheel well. Guess it’s safe to say I’ll never have to worry about that anymore..

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Still have to bend the tabs in….
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Pulled the tape off, ground the rust off & sharp edges & used some Rustoleum Gloss Black for now.
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Working on the Bushwackers, I’ll be taking them off in the spring to Bedline the quarter panels, so I didn’t pull the adhesive off the back side of the gaskets. Hope that works….

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While I was there with Black paint, I decided to put a quick coat in the wheel wells. Got a little messy, I was in a hurry. Had a Super Bowl party to get going to….

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To say the least….. All the cutting, grinding, etc was the easy part…. WTF, installing the actual fender flare to the inner sections is a Frickin’ Pain. Nothing lined up…. At the end I got the fronts completed and fully installed. The only ISSUE I ran into, was when I cut the inner wheel wells, I cut WAY too much. Not a huge issue, just gotta go to the JY andgrab 2 new ones.

Final installation:
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And to review……. Pay attention to this (it’ll be on the final exam):

Stock FenderFlares:
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No Fender Flares:
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Bushwackers:


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Things to STILL do…
- Install the rear Bushwackers
- Cut & fold (Patch) rear rust…. Have I shown you this yet
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o That’s a Kick in the NUTZ. Bumperetts covered that right up. Really the only rust on the rig though…

- Chop antenna (it’s bent about ¾ of the way up)
- Grind, clean, paint front axles, knuckles.
- GET GOING ON THE AXLES…. Next big purchase is from HWK Haus – 4.56 gears (front & rear), Master installs (front &rear), Zip Air Licker for the D30, ARB Air compressor…… Then Hubs, Rear Teraflex disk brake conversion, and misc. items…

Oh ya,ordered up ½ of my LED’s for my custom rear lights.

- 2ӯ РM5-HB Red for my brake lights (qty 3/side)

- 2ӯ РM5-HB Amber for my Blinkers (qty 3/side)

- 2ӯ РM5-HB White for my backup lights (qty / 2side)

- 2ӯ РM5 Red for my running lights (qty 1/side)

o HB stands for BRIGHT

Rememberthis is what I’m going for, hopefully it works out.
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And if you are reading this (always wonder if anyone is) you’ll notice that I already purchased a Spartan for the front D30, well Chumbucket here on CF saw I mentioned that I was looking to sell it & now it’s gone (hope you got it okay)… That money is going tords my Youkon ZIP…. Can’t wait..
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True story on the Buffalo rust lol I snapped every bolt on the mounting brackets for the stock flares. If you ever want help shoot me a pm and I'll lend a hand if I'm free.
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Got a package last night:
My LED's came in, I only ordered half of what I need so i could figure the correct configuration. The dimensions are a bit different than I had assumed.
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The actual LED is 2"Ø, but with the rubber mounting grommet the OD of the complete light/grommet is 2-¾"Ø..... So back to the drawing board, I mean AUTOCAD....
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Soooo, now i have to refigure my layout and plan. More to come shortly, I hope to be picking up speed on my axle build/swap as I am starting to accumulate quite a parts pile in my garage.
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