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Old 07-07-2010, 09:31 PM
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When I first got her


Lift Pictures



After lift kit


After New Rims and tires

What Ive done

Tail light/ Headlights
Lift gate Struts
Radiator Flush
Oil Change
Fan shroud
Painted Hitch
Heater Hoses Replaced
AC Recharge
New Battery
Jeep Rims
3 inch rustys Lift Kit
o2 sensor
Window button lockout bypass
1 inch rearWheel Spacers
Cooper Discoverer ATR 265/75/R16
Wheel Alignment

What I plan to do:

Defrost fixing
Paint the trim, touch up some paint

Speakers and Radio



Fog lights Hella probably, Square style


Headliner

Seat covers maybe, coverking, dont know yet

Center console button needs to be fixed

Tint 35% in front 25% in rear, 5-15% in cargo

Smoke Colored flasher lights


Roof basket
either Yakima Basket Case

or Yakima Load warrior


Fix Rear window wiper fluid, (hose broke)

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Old 07-07-2010, 09:48 PM
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haha this is perfect i have a 3 inch lift recently and wanted to know what 265/75/16 looked like thank do u have ne issues with them rubbing or anything
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Old 07-07-2010, 10:00 PM
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Um nothing just yet, got these today!!!! ha, but i do know it rubs when you get full locked turn. also it will rub on flex on the back bumper, also just a little in the front bumper. It can be trimmed easily though. Not much to trim. Ill let ya know if I trim.

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haha this is perfect i have a 3 inch lift recently and wanted to know what 265/75/16 looked like thank do u have ne issues with them rubbing or anything
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Ill probably change the exhaust too. Its got flowmaster from the last owner, but is extremely loud. Dont know how much i like it yet
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yeah i mainly wanted to see how it looked mainly cause its such an odd tire lift combo i hope all i have is a lil rubbing like that but idk cause they are a pretty aggressive mud terrain. thanks
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Old 07-07-2010, 10:15 PM
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The ones you are getting are mud terrain??? Or the ones I got?

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yeah i mainly wanted to see how it looked mainly cause its such an odd tire lift combo i hope all i have is a lil rubbing like that but idk cause they are a pretty aggressive mud terrain. thanks
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the ones i have are maxxis buckshots! i would suggest a dynomax cat back kit a high flow cat i have that on mine cause i hate floweys cause their too loud and the dynomax one has a nice deep smooth tone and less deep at high rpms i love it and it comes with a nice manderal bent tailpipe
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hahah ohhh ok. If you have different rims with offset, you wont get any rub on turns just some on fenders unless you trim. And thanks on the advice on exhaust this thing is louuudd. How much does that cost?
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the ones i have are maxxis buckshots! i would suggest a dynomax cat back kit a high flow cat i have that on mine cause i hate floweys cause their too loud and the dynomax one has a nice deep smooth tone and less deep at high rpms i love it and it comes with a nice manderal bent tailpipe
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http://www.dynomax.com/part_view.php...340&engine=4.0 thats the link i got mine during a sale for i think $120 and its on jegs for 140. and i got similar rims to urs but the ones with darker centers
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Nice looking Cherokee! Congrats on the work.

Check Summit Racing, they have the Dynomax catback which is quiter than a flowmaster but sounds alot better than a stock setup. There was a $75 rebate on this kit.. for a total expense of about $50 after all said and done.
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and jegs has a 75 dollar off coupon now and u can here what it sounds like
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thats sweet. ill look into that. my friends say they can hear my jeep coming from a mile away
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dont mean to be annoying but after about a year now my exhaust sounds so good i laugh when i hear a flowmaster or something terribly loud on a I6 cause to me it sounds not good IMHO
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sorry another thing how are those bigger tires on the stock gearing i assume 3.55's
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Thanks alot!
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Nice looking Cherokee! Congrats on the work.

Check Summit Racing, they have the Dynomax catback which is quiter than a flowmaster but sounds alot better than a stock setup. There was a $75 rebate on this kit.. for a total expense of about $50 after all said and done.
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