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About Me

  • My Cherokee
    Year
    1992
    Model
    Cherokee
    Engine
    4.0 I6 firepower ignition, cat-back w/ magnaflow muffler, poweraid tb spacer, optima blue top
    Transmission
    aw4 w/ B&M cooler
    Transfer Case
    np231
    Front Axle
    hp dana 30 EBC rotors & yellow stuff pads, JKS miniskids, Riddler diff cover
    Rear Axle
    chrysler 8.25
    Tires
    15"x8"A.R. diamondbacks, 31x10.50-15 bfg alls for now
    Lift Specifications
    R.E. 4.5" w/full leafs, t-case drop, discos, doestch tech shocks
    Misc Accessories
    411 L.E.D.s throughout, cd-mp3 w/12" sub, 3-mode siren w/pa, trimmed fenders, 1/4 cnf, 180,000 miles
  • General
    Location
    S.E. Tx
  • Signature
    Sent via my messenger pigeon - I talk, he types.

    My xj's build - https://www.cherokeeforum.com/f46/my...stormy-101081/
    My xj's album - https://www.cherokeeforum.com/member...-92-xj-laredo/

    '92 xj laredo, 180k mls., 4.0l I6, aw4, np231, hp 30, chry 8.25, 4.5" R.E., few one-offs, trimd front fenders, 31" bfg at's, 410 L.E.D.'s, more to come.

    Don't forget people, align your steering after lifting. Yes YOU!

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  • Last Activity: 02-03-2017 11:19 PM
  • Join Date: 06-02-2011
  • Referrals: 1

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  1. ol"blue
    04-23-2012 07:29 AM - permalink
    Happy Birthday!
  2. 03-28-2012 10:35 PM - permalink
    Yay!!!!!! New friend!!!! lol
  3. LaredoLover8
    01-30-2012 09:40 PM - permalink
    thanks im in no hurry but i know you get what you pay for in this hobby so i have no problem paying for it
  4. LaredoLover8
    01-30-2012 08:58 PM - permalink
    ya i might check the regular sights ofr promos there not that great most of the time
  5. LaredoLover8
    01-30-2012 05:44 PM - permalink
    io would run 35s but the way i would do it would cost me an arm and a leg because i would do it right with a new axle swap. where did you see RE lifts on sale man id like to check that out
  6. LaredoLover8
    01-28-2012 05:54 PM - permalink
    ya i thought of getting the SA then upgreading to LAs but its so expensive for the upgread kit i just thought it would be cheaper in the long run. how ever i will be running 33s
  7. LaredoLover8
    01-27-2012 09:40 PM - permalink
    hey man just looked at your build stormy i have the say colour and all but im going with a 5.5 RE LA it willl cost me cut i think it will be worth it tell me what you think
  8. Cherokee_Laredo
    10-31-2011 01:06 AM - permalink
    And Im painting the dash the matching Charcoal of the door panels and painting the inside trim the same too. http://image.4wheeloffroad.com/f/265...1_interior.jpg
    I would like that Woodgrain center bezel, but it was over $100 on ebay, I can find someone to maybe paint woodgrain on it.
  9. Cherokee_Laredo
    10-31-2011 01:03 AM - permalink
    I didn't change out the complete dash as I would have to change out the cluster types and such So just added the center Dash bezel. The complete Dash swap can be possable if willing to do it and if you have a completed scraped 97-01 XJ. The back door panels fit on fine, the front will too, have to make a new hole for the front door handles to fit in, But I just got the 97+ real front doors so I have all power locks/Windows in them. And the first question on the Dash swap, what is the reason for changing it? For me I like the center console/ and center dash bezel.
  10. Metlic53
    10-04-2011 11:26 AM - permalink
    Thanks man, i usually have my 32's and black wheels on there but ive been driving alot of highway miles so i threw my 31's and aluminum wheels back on there till their bald. How did you know it was my Jeep?

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