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  1. cherokeeadam95
    08-26-2012 09:29 PM - permalink
    hey man whats up, got a quick question, i have a 95 XJ... why did you upgrade fan to year 98? does it work better?
  2. Bustedknuckle
    06-18-2012 11:14 AM - permalink
    Hey There man.

    I'll be there for 2 weeks for my cousins wedding. Half my moms family still lives in Coventry. I wish I were moving there, believe me lol.
  3. Grasshoppa
    05-18-2012 05:51 AM - permalink
    whats up man im jeremy. im at mildenhall. drunken dixie told me about you having a jeep shipped over?
  4. Chaoscase
    05-09-2012 11:36 AM - permalink
    Your right, they are pretty similar. Even more so after I install my JCR quarter panel guards. And I am going with the T&T rear bumper as well.

    I have the T&T front, sliders, stiffeners, and Y-link LCAs with belly pan and Tcase skid. Their products are stout and perform.

    I am also running the JCR 1 TON OTK Steering set up. Good stuff.

    Good looking jeep!
  5. wheelin dan
    05-07-2011 04:16 PM - permalink
    for sure man. hit me up when you go next. im on macdill and we will be on 12 hour shifts next week so will be busy
    cell is 813-728-2212
  6. Mattpar
    10-08-2010 07:43 PM - permalink
    The drop bracket do pretty good offroad. I do mostly trails, not rocks. People say that the drop brackets get caught on everything, but I havent had that happen to me really. When i was pricing out suspensions the long arm was only a few hundred more. So if you can, save up. Or do with the drop brackets. I like mine. Although I'm not a fan of Rough Countrys drop brackets. I dont think using a self taping bolt into sheet metal to secure the drop bracket is enough when Rubicon Expresses(ones I have(about 3 years old)) bolt to the cross member.

    Just my 2 cents. If you are gonna go with long arms or drop brackets. Buy a set of good shocks. Not the junk Ranchos RS5000 generic white body shocks. they ride like crap. I had bilstens on all 4 corners, until I broke a rear one, I replaced the rear shocks with some Ranchos and they suck. They arnt gas charged nor do they work as well as the bilstiens.
  7. tomcarey88
    04-19-2010 05:36 PM - permalink
    yep.... just make sure u caulk it
  8. MulishaXJman
    02-01-2010 08:37 AM - permalink
    ya I did. Its uhhh...I think OD green from walmart. Be carefull, I just painted it because I was bored, it fades pretty bad. I am getting the whole thing rhino'd. Good luck though.

About Me

  • My Cherokee
    Year
    1996
    Model
    Cherokee
    Engine
    4.0L H.O.
    Transmission
    AW4
    Transfer Case
    NP231J
    Front Axle
    HP D30 open/3.55s
    Rear Axle
    C 8.25 open/3.55s
    Tires
    33x12.50 M/T on 15x8 TJ wheels
    Lift Specifications
    superlift 4'' coils, teraflex 1'' spacers, TnT LA, 4'' ProComp leafs, JKS 1'' shackles, Fox shox
    Misc Accessories
    Removable doors, TnT Front/Rear bumpers,JCR sliders and QP guards
  • General
    Location
    Mildenhall, United Kingdom
  • Signature
    96' XJ Country: T&T LA, Metalcloak Coils/Procomp Leafs, Fox Shocks, 33x12.50 M/T, 15x10 Soft 8s, FST Steering, T&T Bumpers+Chassis Stiffeners, JCR Sliders+Corners, Engo 10K Winch, AEM Intake, Pacesetter Header, Magnaflow Cat/Muffler, Rugged Ridge 1" TB spacer, Olympus 50" LED, Maxon CB...

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  • Join Date: 08-05-2009
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