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About Me

  • My Cherokee
    1990, 1999, 2000
    Transfer Case
    Front Axle
    d30hp w/lock-rite
    Rear Axle
    d44 w/lock-rite
    36 inch iroks/beadlocks
    Lift Specifications
    8 inch/staangs longarm
    Misc Accessories
    warn bumper with warn 8000 / warrior roof basket
  • General
    Northern Ontario, Canada
  • Signature
    1990 xj 8 inch Staang's Fab long arms and some stuff. warn winch
    1999 xj - gone to a new owner
    2000 xj 4.5 inch rubicon express, 33 timberlines
    1997 tj 2 inch bb, 33 mtr, trailhead customs tube fenders, titan 10k winch
    1999 tj 2 inch bb, 2 inch bl, 33 mtr - gone to a new owner
    1949 cj3a
    2004 wj - gone to a new owner
    2018 JLR - 2 door Rubicon. what more can i say.

    I get mine from TMR Customs

    OF4WD #3875


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  • Last Activity: Yesterday 09:35 AM
  • Join Date: 11-08-2008
  • Referrals: 2


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  1. 12-09-2017 11:58 AM - permalink
    Hey man I saw in a thread you said you cut just below the leaf spring nut to access it and never welded the hole back up and after 15 years it's still gtg. Is this true? I'm just making sure as I'm in the same boat, I can weld but would rather leave it open for future leaf spring work, it just seems with a hole right under the nut it would compromise the integrity of the mount, I can weld if need be but like I said I'd rather leave it open. Thanks bud.
  2. 07-23-2016 03:15 AM - permalink
    Hey man - I just read your thread on changing drum brakes. Great info and photos. But I'm confused: since I saw coil springs in the photos, that makes me think those are front brakes. My front brakes aren't drum brakes. I am looking for info on replacing my rear, drum brakes (which will be in front of my leaf springs.) Was this an XJ or something else? Thanks!
  3. CherokeeChick
    06-16-2012 06:35 AM - permalink
    Hi rog look forward to seeing you later
  4. caged
    01-07-2012 11:47 AM - permalink
    as far as i know, it is legal. i think it has something to do with the high rocker/low floor thing as so nothing falls out, including your feet i guess.
    stitch had a 4 door xj with no doors, roof and pillers were cut off, it was caged and no problems with the authorities.
    i've heard many times the xj doors are not structural. so i would say it's fine.
    the law is interpreted in many ways.
  5. DaveVmax
    01-06-2012 10:43 PM - permalink
    Curious. Is it illegal to remove the doors on our trucks in Ontario?
  6. caged
    12-09-2011 09:20 PM - permalink
    sure, i'll be there usually between 7 and 7:30.
  7. DaveVmax
    12-09-2011 03:59 PM - permalink
    maybe ill meet you there this coming thursday?
  8. peep
    02-23-2011 09:36 PM - permalink
    Thanks Roger for the steering info, good thought there, the UK set up. Hey some info on on a UK setup. Yes Funday is at Terry's sunday at 1:00pm. If don;t see you there perhaps one monday or in spring. I'll see what else I can find out about the details and what would be good parts compatibility on the steering setup.
  9. peep
    02-22-2011 07:27 PM - permalink
    Have you heard of using wj knuckles on a D30 build? Are there any advantages? Saw this question raised in another thread but no conclusive reasoning. I'll be out at the winter fun day sunday, if your there we could kick the idea around or was the other thread misled? Thanks, Pete, Peep
  10. MickDime
    10-28-2010 08:14 PM - permalink
    I just pulled my rear wiper motor, how do I test if it works?
    If it isn't the motor, then would it be a problem with the switch? because the other 2 rocker switches work so i don't think it's that.

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