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  • My Cherokee
    4.0 inline 6
    4 speed auto
    Transfer Case
    Front Axle
    d30 low pinion...i think
    Rear Axle
    chrysler 8.25
    bfg long trail
    Misc Accessories
    magnaflow exhaust, sound system, cragar soft 8 wheels,
  • General
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  • Last Activity: 08-08-2012 09:40 PM
  • Join Date: 09-23-2009
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  2. jtcnjxj
    07-12-2010 07:46 PM - permalink
    No, I was considering it, but I ended up buying it. I did make a cheesy but very effective rod stand outof 2" pvc lengths screwed around the inside perimeter of a 5 gal drywall bucket. I use it to move up to 8 rods from shed to boat, and as a washdown stand.
  3. TrevorNelson
    05-19-2010 04:24 PM - permalink
    YEAH!! WE are both lifefguards and both have 2000 xj's!
  4. 03-17-2010 06:25 PM - permalink
  5. suburban_sam
    03-04-2010 08:40 AM - permalink
    A spool will put a lot of stress on the axle shafts on the street. If you aren't running too big of tires your 8.25 will probably survive. If its a daily driver I would suggest a lunchbox style locker to allow the slip needed when turning high traction corners. Aussie, Powertrax... Many people will tell you running a spool on the street is very dangerous, but you just have to be careful and understand that a modified 4x4 is going to handle different than a sports car.
  6. suburban_sam
    03-03-2010 06:29 PM - permalink
    A mini-spool locks your axles together, basically eliminating the differential. Both wheels will turn at the exact same speed no mater what. Normally with a differential when you are turning, the outside wheel will spin faster than the inside wheel, but with a mini-spool in place they will both turn the same speed so one will be slipping. It's not a major problem, but could be a little dangerous on the street.
  7. 03-01-2010 08:01 PM - permalink
    Yea I think I'm gonna bust out the masking tape and spray paint next week I'm drive n down to a buddys house in lakeland Florida for vacation or in other words to work on my truck haha I'm gonna try and paint them then but I gotta paint my axles and suspension first and a couple other little projects I gotta finish I'm gonna try to squeeze in painting the trim,ill for sure take some pics to post,.thanks again for the info!
  8. 02-28-2010 09:46 PM - permalink
    sounds good, thanks for the info, defiantly post some pics after u repaint! I've stained mine with **** I got off 4wd but they turned out kinda streaky so I've been thinkin about just painting them.
  9. 02-28-2010 04:29 PM - permalink
    haha yeaa...I actually only put the lift and spacers on because I bought the rims and tires to wide and to tall so I had serious rubbing problems. It turned out sweet in the end though. I thought about doing some pro comp all terrains and soft 8s but I don't off road this jeep its just too damn clean. I use my rusted out 92 for that haha
  10. ZachsXJ
    12-30-2009 06:00 PM - permalink
    What is yours doing thats acting funky?

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