1990 YJ. L6 258 2bbl carb (aftermarket)
I have had a either a hard time finding parts or more expensive prices seemingly because of the year soley. Can anyone vouch for this?
First off, how can I tell/measure how much of a lift I have, if any? I'm looking to replace the shocks. At quadratic.com there are multiple "lengths" due to lifts and I have no idea which length I should buy.
Second, my bleeder tube for my clutch slave cylinder just "fell" out. I'm trying not buy a new cylinder, seeing as its just a matter of the retaining clip. Any ideas if I can fabricate said clip? Or where to buy one? Dealerships are no help at this age of a vehicle.
I hope I have effectively uploaded an image of my current jeep and its lift.
I apologize, but a lot of that thread doesn't make sense to me. I know this may sound odd, but I've literally built almost this entire jeep from the ground up. I'm not necessarily familiar with areas the thread is suggesting I measure. From the ground to the highest most point on my soft top reads 75". That suggests to me that I may have a lift. But again, I'm not sure how to measure it or where from.
More importantly is my slave cylinder. I'm pretty sure it doesn't need replacing. I just need the little clip that keeps the bleeder tube in the unit. If I can either fabricate something or spend less than $10, as opposed to $100+ for a new cylinder, I really rather do that.
So I measured to the bottom of the tub. Based on an earlier response with a link to a thread, it says that ground to rocker panels is 18" for stock. Does this sound right? I included a pic (hopefully successfully) of my jeep. I measured 24". Does this look like a 6" lift to you? I'm not so sure.