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  • About Ironside93
    Country of Residence
  • My Cherokee
    Cherokee (XJ)
    Transfer Case
    242 SYE
    Front Axle
    Dana 30 w/3.73 gears
    Rear Axle
    Chrysler 8.25 w/3.73 gears (locker)
    31x10.5x15 general grabber AT3s on Black Rock rims
    Lift Specifications
    Custom (1 of 1) skyjacker 4" lift kit
    Misc Accessories
    Grenade cigarette lighter, quiet exhaust, loud sound system
  • General
    Cranston, Rhode Island/Swansea, Massachusetts
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    What do I have:
    1993 jeep Cherokee sport 4wd 4 door with 32" tires and 3" lift (Ironside)RIP
    1994 Chevrolet c1500 w/t firetruck (Pigpen)
    1999 Jeep Cherokee sport 2 door Junior build thread here --->


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  • Join Date: 12-20-2016
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  1. tacklebox
    07-10-2018 12:41 PM - permalink
    There isn't much around Osborne short of backroads. I do a lot of wheeling out in the Flint Hills or at Kansas Rocks which is near the MO / KS border. Its a pretty sweet offroad park. Aside from that Disney OK also has a nice offroad park.
  2. cruiser54
    07-10-2018 07:41 AM - permalink
    That's not a quick question......

    Renix is simple. If you have it, keep it. Go to and complete Tips 1 through 5 just cuz.
  3. XJlimitedx99
    06-28-2018 11:17 AM - permalink
    Thanks man! She's done me well over the years. I wish I could say I have more trail time on my STT's than I do. They've done phenomenal in everything I've thrown at them. Trails up here in NH are awesome, but not plentiful. There's a good amount of technical terrain, only issue is the vast majority is on private property. There are a bunch of class VI roads (unmaintained for 5 years of more) but finding information on them is difficult. Many clubs have maps/information on the class VI roads but will not make the information public in fear of inviting the wrong crowds to their favorite wheelin spots. Too often places get shut down because of knuckleheads who litter, vandalize, trespass and just generally cause problems.

    If you're serious about getting into wheelin in this area I'd recommend joining a club. ExploringNH is one that comes up very often but there are plenty more. Check out the Northeast Association of 4wd Clubs at
  4. derf
    06-27-2018 04:27 PM - permalink
    I do have a J10. You can read all about it here: I even have a Facebook page for it:
  5. Basslicks
    01-24-2017 02:51 PM - permalink
    HAHA!!!! Yeah there aren't enough colors in the crayola universe for those words! Anyway, everything is all back together now and the Jeep is runnin' like new again. FINALLY!
  6. Outlaw Star
    01-19-2017 06:18 PM - permalink
    My combat boots are made by Vibram. The desert tan is actually being phased out for a slightly darker color brown as is the digital camo for the Tiger II/multicam now for both Army and Marines. So sometime this year you will be finding a lot of the desert tan OI stuff at your local surplus stores
  7. Basslicks
    01-14-2017 01:29 PM - permalink
    I dunno. Somewhere along the way, the exhaust manifold stud all the way at the rear of the head broke in two. Which explains the problems I've had with it running poorly. In the process of fixing it now.
  8. cruiser54
    01-13-2017 06:28 AM - permalink
    Yes. Check plugs, wires, cap and rotor. Probably replace them. do Tips 1,3,4, and 5 at
    Look for broken vacuum lines.

    Check EVERY fluid level and condition!!
  9. Basslicks
    01-12-2017 04:51 PM - permalink
    lol.... yeah definitely. How's my what? My tires? Still suck lol... how's my Jeep? Well... broke at the moment. Exhaust stud broke off in the head (wasn't me though).
  10. Basslicks
    01-12-2017 04:16 PM - permalink
    I mean, they're decent, but they're more of an HT (highway tire) than an AT. That being said, they are snowflake rated. Honestly, I think if I were to go with an AT, it would be the BFG KO2s. Cooper AT3s would be my next choice, followed by the Falken Wildpeak. But especially since this will soon no longer be my DD, I'm doing MTs only from here on out.

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