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I can't believe I bought an XJ......
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gogogadgetbiker
Tue Jul 20 2010, 08:58PM

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So I picked up a 95 4 door XJ recently for next to nothing and have plans to make a SMALL functional wheeler that will transport the whole crew. The idea is to get more wheeling done and less wrenching.....


This is where it is heading right now.

4.5" Rough Country lift with long arm upgrade
JCR gas tank skid
Frenched in square tube rockers
12-15c TSLs (32.1" tall with a 10" tread footprint)
Black steelies "might add beadlocks"
Iron Rock offroad solid OTK steering "with a custom draglink"
RC quick discos
HD Offroad Engineering full unibody stiffener set
Rusty's steering box brace
29 spline 8.25" rear 3:55's "might get a lock right"
Late model D30 Front 3:55's "might get a lock right"
Possibly a hybrid cage and tube doors
bumpers


So all that being said I have a ton of work to do so if anybody wants to come out and get dirty bring it on.


2002 GMC Sonoma ZR2 SFA
HP D60 front, 5:13's,Chevy brakes, ARB, 35 spline hubs, rotated
GM 14B FF rear 5:13's, Disk, Detroit, 3/8" diff cover
Alcan Waggie 4" front springs and ZR2 4" rear springs
Highsteer/crossover steering, PSC Box
42" IROKs, Eaton 32 Bolt Beadlocks
High Angle Driveshafts
Custom T-case
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NC-Fordguy
Tue Jul 20 2010, 11:52PM
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Looks like a good build, now you can bring the whole family

This rig have A/C?

No Hablos Jeep

If it doesn't make sense, do it
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gogogadgetbiker
Thu Jul 22 2010, 02:49PM

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Here she is in all her glory.....

Just mounted the TSl's
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2002 GMC Sonoma ZR2 SFA
HP D60 front, 5:13's,Chevy brakes, ARB, 35 spline hubs, rotated
GM 14B FF rear 5:13's, Disk, Detroit, 3/8" diff cover
Alcan Waggie 4" front springs and ZR2 4" rear springs
Highsteer/crossover steering, PSC Box
42" IROKs, Eaton 32 Bolt Beadlocks
High Angle Driveshafts
Custom T-case
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gogogadgetbiker
Thu Jul 22 2010, 02:50PM

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Joined: Fri Apr 06 2007, 11:24AM
Location: G-Vegas
Posts: 388
NC-Fordguy wrote ...

Looks like a good build, now you can bring the whole family

This rig have A/C?


It does have A/C, however it is not working at the moment.

2002 GMC Sonoma ZR2 SFA
HP D60 front, 5:13's,Chevy brakes, ARB, 35 spline hubs, rotated
GM 14B FF rear 5:13's, Disk, Detroit, 3/8" diff cover
Alcan Waggie 4" front springs and ZR2 4" rear springs
Highsteer/crossover steering, PSC Box
42" IROKs, Eaton 32 Bolt Beadlocks
High Angle Driveshafts
Custom T-case
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Kinlaw
Thu Jul 22 2010, 05:20PM
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Joined: Thu Jul 15 2010, 07:19AM
Posts: 154
Nice XJ.


XJ on 33's with some extra steel here and there

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NC-Fordguy
Thu Jul 22 2010, 11:16PM
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Alright Bill,

Let's set up a wrenching session soon, gotta get that rig on the trail asap


Hopefully you have A/C in your garage by now

No Hablos Jeep

If it doesn't make sense, do it
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96superflow
Sun Aug 29 2010, 09:07PM
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Not sure if you were wanting gears for your rig, but there are some used 4.10s on nc4x4 for 200 bucks.

http://www.nc4x4.com/forums/showthread.php?t=95847

1996 S10 Blazer SAS D30/8.8
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