Well I couldn't pass it up. I recently picked up a 93xj sport with a 4.0 ax4 lifted,,4inches I think,, running 32's on factory rims. Got the truck for a grand, they thought it needed a tranny but a TPS took care of it. Changed the oil sender, pressure is 40. Put in a radiator, hoses, belts, and did the water pump while I was in there. The truck has 120000 on it and runs strong, not using a drop of oil. I have to do the front wheel bearing unit, the previous owners ran it in mud bogs all last fall so it doesn't surprize me.
My concern now is the lift and the driveshafts/angle. The front shaft was blown, had a shop put a good knuckle on the top end and I put it back in. Four wheel works but I am getting vibs. I started reading about the problems with the rear shafts as well. It has the one piece shaft in the back. Do I need a knuckle in the back as well? And how do I adjust the angle at the diff ends? The front can be adjusted with the lower suspension arm shims right? How do you do the back? It has a Dana 30 and a Chrysler 8.25, with a np231 diff.
Also how do I determine what these guys put in for lift? It has an added leaf in the back, must be new springs up front along with non factory lower suspension arms and a dropped pitman arm, and they got rid of the front stabilizer. And they dropped the diff. I love these Cherokees. They are strong and easy to work on. I want to get this road worthy for 500 plus mile trips up north.