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  • My Cherokee
    Year
    92
    Model
    Cherokee
    Engine
    4.0
    Transmission
    AX-15
    Transfer Case
    np231
    Front Axle
    d30
    Rear Axle
    8.8
    Tires
    35"
    Lift Specifications
    4.5
    Misc Accessories
    stuff
  • General
    Location
    Jacksonville, FL
  • Signature
    -Happy Trails 4x4 LLC-
    Jacksonville, Fl
    00 limited, HP60/14b, ax15, doubler, links, cage, oris....
    92 XJ....2dr, gone
    -"Simply because you can breathe, doesn't mean you're alive"-
    "Project Florida Crawler"
    https://www.cherokeeforum.com/f46/pr...crawler-74408/
    R.I.P. Brian (96_xj) you will be missed

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  • Join Date: 03-22-2010
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  1. HS00XJ
    11-14-2013 01:12 PM - permalink
    I found your bumper thread. SWEET bumper..im stealing your design..lol
  2. Modrod
    03-21-2012 05:55 AM - permalink
    Hi. My name is Paul. I asked that Serious Off Road dude a question about mating two T-cases together. One a 1990 NP231 and the other an NP242. I need a 23 spline input shaft for my newer 23 spline AW4 trans. My concern were the different gear pitch in the newer tcase. I wanted to see if i could just replace the whole planetary system into the NP231. He kept telling me to just use the input out of the 242 in the 231 planetary gears. I told him it would ruin it and he repeated that you can mix the two. This guy is a screw ball. I'm not an expert on the tcases, but at least i read up on the specs to know the differences. People need to stay away from this guy. I read the alignment exchange you had with him. You are right and that guy is a bone head.
  3. N20jeep
    11-09-2011 07:12 AM - permalink
    the thread you are thinking of is by "KTMracer"
  4. hes a biggun
    11-08-2011 07:25 PM - permalink
    so i was pointed in your direction about a thread involving "LOW COG suspension tips/tricks". searching through your threads i didnt see it. i was wondering if you could share some of you knowledge on the subject
  5. andecase
    08-27-2011 06:17 PM - permalink
    i'm not exactly the most knowledgeable person in suspension but i'm am a capable welder and am skilled enough to fab simpler things like say a bumper or rack, is this something that if i was to run measurements and the such through someone that does know what their doing first i could handle doing, or should i not risk it and just buy a kit? seeing you fab your own makes me want to.
  6. andecase
    08-27-2011 03:54 PM - permalink
    how do you like the rear coil conversion i'm thinking about doing that next summer?
  7. 01-10-2011 11:43 AM - permalink
    Thats cool man. I just started workin down here with Matt.
  8. 01-05-2011 10:35 AM - permalink
    Did you work there when it was Fortec?
  9. TrollHammer
    12-29-2010 12:32 AM - permalink
    I was looking for some info on what isnt needed on a renix and saw your post about how many things you could unplug and have it still run. I was wondering what is required at minimum to run the engine.

    Story is I got the hulk for a spare engine and ended up not needing it, so now Im looking at making a buggy. Doesnt need to be street legal, just run. Mostly I just dont want all those vaccum lines everywhere. Major mods anyway, so anything is fair game. Any suggestions?
  10. 12-22-2010 02:46 PM - permalink
    No way Happy Trails?????

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