post #31 of Old 08-30-2004, 03:58 PM
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post #32 of Old 09-06-2004, 09:38 PM
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7" total lift. Just finished it this Saturday




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post #33 of Old 09-14-2004, 09:00 AM
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post #34 of Old 10-11-2004, 01:09 PM
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New tires and wheels on. 34x12.5x15 trXus Mud terrains on 15x10 American Racing 589's

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post #35 of Old 10-14-2004, 04:21 PM
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1990 Jeep Cherokee Laredo

Old Man Emu lift kit with nitro shocks, spring pack, and all that good stuff.
Futura Adventurer RVT 31x10.5x15
I think that they are Cragar rims with American Racing caps.

From the center of the axle to the fender flare is 20 1/4 in the front and 20 1/2 in the back.



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post #36 of Old 11-03-2004, 12:28 PM
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96 XJ 4-door.
Rusty's 4.5" Spring Pack Kit, UCA, HD Adj Trac-Bar & Frame Mount, HD tie-rod, TJ Flares,
A/A SYE & Tom Wood CV Driveshaft.
34 X 12.50 Trxus M/T
89 XJ sport, black 2-door, 5-speed. "sold"
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post #37 of Old 11-13-2004, 02:37 PM
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Finally lifted. Very pleased. See sig for details.

Very minor vibes between 35-40km/h. No other problems.

89 XJ (Ltd): RE 3.5", full leafs, 3/4" coil spacers, RE monotubes, JKS Adj trac, tcase drop, OME steering stab., BFG AT 31x10.5xR15s on 15x8 3.75bs, Borla cat-back
14 WK2 SRT: DiabloSport catch can, Borla S-Type
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post #38 of Old 12-23-2004, 02:04 PM
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Here's my xj. Sorry no clean ones. I like it like this better.
3" Black Diamond AAL lift
31" BFG AT's, soon to be 33's
sway bad discos in front.
No rear sway bar



Future Plans

95 Black xj
3" Black Diamond Lift, 31" BFG All Terrain's, 15x8 Rock Crawlers,
Hacked Fenders, Custom front bumper,
No rear sway bar, CB radio and PA,
Lots more to come

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99 4 door classic. 4.5" rough country coils up front. (actuall 5") 4" block = 1.5" shackles(total of 6" actual)am replacing with 4.5" RE springs next week. rancho 9000 series all around. fenders chopped to hell. fronts brought in 2 inches.. rear folded under at spot wldings.( no rubbing what so ever)
1" transfer drop. no sye or aftermarket driveshafts. 33x12.5 mt's. No vibes at high speed. a few while accelerating or decelerating. very happy with this set up will be even happier once the new springs are on.
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post #40 of Old 01-17-2005, 03:00 PM
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The lift and tires just give it a good stance. All in all, this is a great daily driver and is very capable for offroad stuff. All the specs are in my sig.

'01 XJ Classic, Rusty's 3" coils in front, Rusty's 2" AAL + 1.5" shackles in back, 255/70/16 Cooper ST's, American Racing Polished Pythons 16x8 w/5" BS, Cat-Back Magnaflow Exhaust, Four 5" Procomp Lights, Pro-line 44"x39" Cargo Rack, and Yakima Ski Rack

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3" rustys front springs, full rear springs.
1 3/4" front spacer, 1.5" Rear shackles
Skyjacker shocks all around, no sway bars
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Year: 2001 Sport
Lift: 3.5" R.E. Super-Flex with Full Rear Leaf Springs and Rubicon Express Shocks
Wheels & Tires: 15x8" Cragar Soft 8's (4 in. Backspacing); 31x10.5x15" BFGoodrich All Terrains
Miscellaneous Items: JKS QuickER Disconnects, RE Adjustable Track Bar, RE HD SYE Kit (Tail Shaft Replacement), Rear Tom Woods CV Driveshaft

- Only real problem I ran into was the Rear Shock Mounts. The two bolts up inside the hole snapped off, so instead of fishing them out through the floor of the jeep, I bought 3X3 inch steel plate and bought the Rubicon Express Shock Mount relocaters. I simply welded the mount onto the plate and welded them right over the hole from the old mount. (Don't forget to remove the gas tank be4 you weld)

Back in June 2004...





With Everything installed...





I recommend everything above!!!

'01 2 Door XJ, Auto. 4WD
3.5" RE Super Flex Kit with full rear leafs, RE Shocks, Black Cragar Soft 8's, 31x10.5" BFGoodrich All Terrains,Tom Woods HD SYE, Tom Woods CV Sriveshaft, RE Adjustable Track Bar, JKS Quicker Disconnects
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96 Cheorkee Sport - 6.5" Lift, with 33X12.50 BFG MT's, big bumpers

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post #44 of Old 02-24-2005, 10:03 AM
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Lift kit: Old Man Emu 3" Lift
Shocks: OME P/N N35 (front) and N36 (rear)
Front coils: OME P/N 930
RE 0.75" coil spacers P/N RE1333
Rear leafs: OME P/N JC1A
SkyJacker T-Case drop P/N 76006.801 from Quadratec
Tire size: 30 X 9.50 X 15 BFG All-Terrain T/AŽ KO's
Wheel size & backspacing: Stock Eccos 15x7 with 5.25" BS
No rubbing except when steering wheel is fully turned on LCAs, rear sway bar removed, front sway bar DQ'd JKS Quicker Discos.

Note: This is a great setup if you plan on weekend wheelin' and use your XJ as a daily driver.
















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1992 Cherokee Sport
4 1/2 Inch Rough Country with a 1 inch shackle and 1 /34 inch front spacers
32x11.50 dunlop mud rovers on Crager 310 Series 15x8 wheels with 3.75 inch backspacing.

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