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About Me

  • My Cherokee
    Year
    1991
    Model
    Cherokee
    Engine
    4.0
    Transmission
    AW4
    Transfer Case
    np231
    Front Axle
    dana 30
    Rear Axle
    8.25
    Tires
    33.12.50 BFG KO2
    Lift Specifications
    5.5 homebrew suspension
  • General
    Location
    Tucson, AZ
  • Signature
    Buy it. Build it. Send it. Break it. Fix it. Send it. Repeat.

    "concentration is the root of all higher abilities in man" Bruce Lee.

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  • Last Activity: 06-02-2019 08:10 PM
  • Join Date: 03-18-2009
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  1. N20jeep
    03-14-2016 08:19 PM - permalink
    i tried to message you about arms, your inbox is full
  2. cruiser54
    04-11-2013 06:38 PM - permalink
    First off, how's your tuneup parts?
    Secondly, make sure your intake manifold bolts aren't loosened up.
    88 Has the dreaded C101 connector. clean it. Do the ground refreshing and connector cleaning. After all that's done and it's easy and free bTW, Check yuour CPS output. All these instructions can be found in the "pink link" of my signature in all of my posts. report back your progress please..
  3. ddr
    07-19-2010 11:43 AM - permalink
    ddr
    I'm planning a meet and greet for july 24 at 9:00am.
    here's the info
    http://armywheeling.com/forum/index.php?topic=633.0
    I'd like to have a big group show up so please try to be there
  4. BudgetXJ
    03-27-2009 10:53 AM - permalink
    Its more about practice than anything else. If you have the 4.0L engine, the torque that the motor has makes the clutch very forgiving as I can roll off of the clutch on flat ground without any gas input and as long as I do it slow enough, it'll just start crawling. And that's in 2H with 3.07 gears and 31" tires. 4L and you can almost dump the clutch in 1st and it won't stall and it will just keep crawling.

    If you're talking off roading, the one piece of advise that I will give you is that you don't have to shift all the time. Leave it in gear as much as possible as operating the clutch while bouncing over rocks etc. can be a quite jerky affair.

    Practice definitly makes perfect. With enough of it, you'll come to love your 5-spd and wonder why anyone would want an automatic. And if you mess up, the worst that will happen is that it will stall.

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