My XJ

Discussion in 'Cherokee & Comanche' started by JJsKJ, Apr 4, 2006.

  1. JJsKJ

    JJsKJ Full Access Member

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    1994 Jeep Cherokee
    4.0L, Auto w/ HD SYE and JE Reel shaft
    D30 front, Tru-trac, 4.10s, alloy shafts, home made rock ring
    8.25 rear, Auburn LS, 4.10's, BTF Cover
    Rubicon Express 5"+ lift, JKS discos, DT shocks
    Rails, skids, home made rack, side 1/4 panel protection.
    In Calico, Ca.
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    Very nice! Looks like fun! =D>
     
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    Yeah, that is awesome looking. Makes mine look kind of weak though... sad2.gif
     
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    YOu have an XJ? POst pics! Stock XJ's are cool!
     
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    Very nice pics, I'm seriously thinking about getting me a cherokee and making it a trail rig only. There is just so much more that you can do to a cherokee than you can do to a liberty...man so many options =P~
     
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    I'm going the same route...I've been trying to decide on a project car and I decided to get a Cherokee and leave my KJ alone for the most part.
     
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    Not a bad idea. XJ's can be found for a couple grand in great condition. They are pretty easy to work on and Work Great off road w/ simple mods. There are a lot of parts available and many people constantly upgrading so used parts are cheap. I wouldn't hesitate to build another one and I am sure I will someday. Mildly modded ones also make decent drivers too.