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Old 10-01-2015, 07:04 PM
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Grabbed these from the local yard today. Off an 89 waggie. It had the nice red leather interior.

Header panel includes both orange side markers.

Don't know whether to keep as back stock for repair, or offer for sale.

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I'm sure there would be someone willing to buy those to swap to their 99... Surly.
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Id keep it as extra parts,But you score again then sell the 2nd set.
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Awesome. Love the double headlight look. Hardly ever see it around.
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Awesome. Love the double headlight look. Hardly ever see it around.
These only came on the 1986 to 1990 XJ Wagoneer model. Not real popular, but the Limited version came with all the luxury power items. Interior was really tarted up.

I like the separate adjustibility of the separate high and low beams.

I have seen pics of the quad light front on Comanches as well. Does dress it up on my opinion.

Unique about mine is the quad light front on the two door body. None were ever made that way. All Wagoneers were 4 door bodies.

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Keep them. I love the look of the wagoneer tail lights on my Cherokee.

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Those all-reds go well with your color. And the silver trim on the goes well with the bling bumper. My bumper is black, so I am thinking of painting black over the silver trim on the lights. Much of it is worn off anyway.
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Put in a couple of bottles of Techron and gave it a bath. Got to love 80 weather in December.

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Awesome. Love the double headlight look. Hardly ever see it around.
There is a reason, probably the worst head lamp ever designed.
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There is a reason, probably the worst head lamp ever designed.
Might not be the best, but they have the advantage of aiming separately from the low beams. This is especially helpful in mountain driving where a bit higher and wider can be found helpful.

Maybe the worst is the standard large rectagonal light the Xj's had.
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Might not be the best, but they have the advantage of aiming separately from the low beams. This is especially helpful in mountain driving where a bit higher and wider can be found helpful.

Maybe the worst is the standard large rectagonal light the Xj's had.
Ultra poor low intensity beam pattern doesn't make up for where it's aimed.

You would be quite satisfied with a harness and 6054 XtraVision bulbs it's the ****.
If not a harness and 6054 e-code capsules with H4 bulbs is so quick and simple it's silly.
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Ultra poor low intensity beam pattern doesn't make up for where it's aimed.

You would be quite satisfied with a harness and 6054 XtraVision bulbs it's the ****.
If not a harness and 6054 e-code capsules with H4 bulbs is so quick and simple it's silly.
I think I am using better bulbs than you are talking about. And it runs on a custom harness far better than Putco or others.
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If you do decide to sell, I'd be interested. I just picked up an all-original '88 which is in need of an unbroken grille and taillights.
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Both front hub assemblys are now. Front axel u joints are 1 yr old I have also replaced the rear axel bearings. Spider gears are good. I bought ujoints for the drive shaft but there is no play. Both front and rear diff fluids have been changed. Any suggestions?
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If you do decide to sell, I'd be interested. I just picked up an all-original '88 which is in need of an unbroken grille and taillights.
I have NOS grille and corner lights right and left. And a set of used but good corner lights and grille.

They are up at my cabin and I will be there on Sunday. Will post some pics here.

When I bought the NOS grill about a year ago, the parts house had three or four left. I think it was Collision Parts. Its on the box. I will get that for you. But I can't find them online anymore.

And QuadraTec had the headlight bezels. NOS! In stock!
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