YoU gOt A jEeP? lets see 'em
Posted 03 March 2008 - 06:58 PM
Posted 31 March 2008 - 04:03 PM
just a spare matching rim and a high lift man....
he is alot older than 13, trust me, i know. and hella nice jeep btw man.. looks good.
THE SEASON IS COME WOOOO!!!
Ya, he's almost 20 now.....
Put some rubber spacers in between the screws and the tire, should stop the bounce, If not, mount some TJ spacers to the gate.
Posted 14 June 2008 - 10:05 AM
I have a 1990 jeep cherokee I6, when i started it up yesterday, it revved really high and stayed like that. I drove around the neighborhood doing 50+ because stopping was almost impossible to do since it was revving at 3000+ rpms. Once I got back, I shut it off and started it again and it was fine. oh well. but I went mudding on wednesday and got stuck in 2+ feet of mud. There was a hole that had a shallow hole and a deep hole. the shallow was about 8" deep and I made it through that just fine. went through the deeper one, my friend and I thought we could make it. we didn't. had to get a tractor out there to pull us out because the front and back transmission case was holding the jeep back. it was so deep that there was a slide mark from m case dragging across the mud. it was hilarious. But my jeep still runs fine.
I also want to get a lift for it, but i dont know what, as well as some super swampers. anybody have any links?
Posted 01 July 2008 - 11:01 AM
The first ones are the latest with 4 hella 500s on the rack, and i took off the tire and sold it.
Hey Florentine, check out www.jeepforum.com. I am a member over there as well a glockfire (who is banned here). Check out the cherokee technical forum and we can help you out. Without those guys i would be lost.
I know that this is a little late but im gonna guess the throttle cable was just stuck since you were stuck in deep mud. As for a lift, what are you willing to spend? How high do you want to go? Do you want/how big of tires do you want to fit?
Posted 06 October 2008 - 04:29 PM
got a new bumper, and am hopefully gonna put it on this week
Needless to say this thing is a beast. My stock bumper mounts with 4 bolts and this mounts with 33 bolts.
Posted 06 October 2008 - 05:43 PM
2000 Wrangler TJ, completely stock for the moment but I plan on doing a looonnnngggg list of upgrades over the next 2 years, before I move out of Windsor. Shortlist:
-DPG offroad OME 2.5" Lift Kit
-Edge Trail Jammer package (Chip, throttle body and air intake-maor power!)
-New exhaust back (Maor power too!)
-BFG 32" A/Ts (The reason I need maor power)
-Convert fold-and-tumble seats from an Explorer to fit in the back (Since the bucket seat leaves a bit to be desired, and I can almost triple the cargo space if I only have one one passenger back there, which I usually do).
-Possibly a regearing and new, although stock 30/35 axels on 3.73 gears with 32"s isn't a bad setup. If I went to 33", I'd definitely regear though.
Also, I'm on JeepForum too, under the same name. What's Glockfire's name there? I haven't seen that name, but I stick to GD and the Wrangler forums, so if he's got an X/KJ, I probably haven't seen him. There's plenty of options for lifts, but there's a few main places to look into. Rubicon Express is probably the best for general suspension components and completeness of their kits. Old Man Emu (OME) and Skyjacker make the nicest shocks though, IMO, especially if you drive your Jeep on the roads on a regular basis. (If it's a pure trail rig, the RE shocks are fine too, but the OMEs and Skyjackers ride nicer on-road). Rough Country has a bad rep, but their latest kits have been very solid, and at a very good price-their 2.5" TJ kit has been getting excellent reviews, especially with the new 2.2 shocks, and they're...well, damn cheap. Everybody says you get what you pay for, but RC's great bang for your buck.
Posted 06 October 2008 - 08:31 PM