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About Me

  • My Cherokee
    Year
    1992
    Model
    Cherokee
    Engine
    4.0
    Transmission
    Aw-4
    Transfer Case
    Np242
    Front Axle
    Dana 30
    Rear Axle
    Chrysler 8.25
    Tires
    35x12.50x15
    Lift Specifications
    RE/OME/ZONE 5.5
    Misc Accessories
    Re superride,ome long travel shocks.zone 2 inch shackles and spacers.MORE.
  • General
    Location
    Salem,Virginia
  • Signature
    "What is that noise?" "It's a jeep thing."

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  • Last Activity: 05-01-2015 12:19 PM
  • Join Date: 03-22-2012
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  1. ol"blue
    12-23-2012 09:13 PM - permalink
    Happy Birthday!
  2. xjtrailrider
    09-27-2012 10:38 PM - permalink
    I have two trailers lined up. A car trailer if I decide to buy the truck and bed or a 6x12 utility trailer if I just get the bed. The Tail gate will go in the back of my Commander no problem
  3. xjtrailrider
    09-23-2012 08:51 PM - permalink
    I'm at 5.5 and no problems It flexes like a mofo and I walk right through Potts and other tough trails with a breeze. My lift is a hybrid. I have RE 4.5 springs, ACOS, RE drop brackets, JKS Johnny Jointed LCA/tracbar, Iron off road Johnny jointed UCA's, HD off road engineering shackle relocation boxes, re-located shock mounts, the list goes on and on. I have never owned or installed a zone lift. I prefer OME or RE for my rigs.

    Are you getting a MJ tailgate from Lowrange? I'm driving down in 2-3 weeks to get my MJ bed from him.
  4. jeepsurfer1
    06-24-2012 11:27 PM - permalink
    any problems with 35 on that 4.5 lift?
    like the zone?

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