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post #136 of 23067 Old 08-26-2012, 10:25 AM
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I'm surprised how often I use my hi lift jack actually. I've only used it on the jeep once and it did the job but around the farm, it gets used at least once a day if not twice.

Any of you guys use a port o power?


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post #137 of 23067 Old 08-26-2012, 03:38 PM
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I'm surprised how often I use my hi lift jack actually. I've only used it on the jeep once and it did the job but around the farm, it gets used at least once a day if not twice.

Any of you guys use a port o power?
I'm not sure what a port-o-power is but I can imagine it's for portable power.

I've used my high-lift enough that it has paid for itself and to the point where I wouldn't not have it with me. I actually use the handle quite a bit. Makes for a good cheater bar.

I'm thinking about using the #8-32 rivet inserts for my windshield channel.

Anyone thing that's a too small? My #10-24 stud for the tool is not threaded on one end so I can't put it in the rivet gun. I sent an email to HF but it will take a couple weeks I'm sure to get the replacement part.

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post #138 of 23067 Old 08-26-2012, 09:44 PM
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bought this jeep for $2500!!!!

This is my newest project. I bought this 1989 Jeep Wrangler about a month ago. I believe I got a great deal on this jeep. The previous owner put a rebuilt 4.0 out of a 93 wrangler in this jeep. He stated that the motor had been bored 30 over. He stated that he couldnt get the engine to crank, and that he was tired of messing with it. He was asking $4500 for it. I decided to take a gamble on a jeep that wasn't running, and I talked him down to $2500. I replaced the fuel pump and fixed some wiring issues. Now the jeep cranks right up and drives great! I can't believe I got this jeep for $2500. The jeep has a ford 8.8 rearend with an electric locker. I'm not sure what gears are in it yet, but after driving it, I know they are right where they need to be. I plan on figuring out what gears are in it soon. The jeep also came with five brand new 36" super swampers. Under the hood, I noticed a Hesco high flow throttle body spacer with a Hesco high flow throttle body. It has a Hurst manual short throw shifer. It has an aftermarket fuel cell located in the back of the jeep, a custom aluminum dash, and a later model roll bar. The lift is all suspension, no body lift. Im not sure how much lift it has. Does anyone have a good guess to what size lift I have? I am now in the process of pulling the dash and trying to get all the gauges wired up correctly. I am proud to say that I've been a jeeper for 12 years now.
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post #139 of 23067 Old 08-27-2012, 05:15 AM
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This is my newest project. I bought this 1989 Jeep Wrangler about a month ago. I believe I got a great deal on this jeep. The previous owner put a rebuilt 4.0 out of a 93 wrangler in this jeep. He stated that the motor had been bored 30 over. He stated that he couldnt get the engine to crank, and that he was tired of messing with it. He was asking $4500 for it. I decided to take a gamble on a jeep that wasn't running, and I talked him down to $2500. I replaced the fuel pump and fixed some wiring issues. Now the jeep cranks right up and drives great! I can't believe I got this jeep for $2500. The jeep has a ford 8.8 rearend with an electric locker. I'm not sure what gears are in it yet, but after driving it, I know they are right where they need to be. I plan on figuring out what gears are in it soon. The jeep also came with five brand new 36" super swampers. Under the hood, I noticed a Hesco high flow throttle body spacer with a Hesco high flow throttle body. It has a Hurst manual short throw shifer. It has an aftermarket fuel cell located in the back of the jeep, a custom aluminum dash, and a later model roll bar. The lift is all suspension, no body lift. Im not sure how much lift it has. Does anyone have a good guess to what size lift I have? I am now in the process of pulling the dash and trying to get all the gauges wired up correctly. I am proud to say that I've been a jeeper for 12 years now.
Man you got a great deal... I like the look of the front flares on the back with the trimmed quarters... Is it SOA?

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It is SOA. Any ideas on how to figure out what size lift it has?
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post #141 of 23067 Old 08-27-2012, 01:05 PM
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It is SOA. Any ideas on how to figure out what size lift it has?
I am not sure as I am not the wise man in here, but I would bet with some measurements someone would be able to figure it out...

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post #142 of 23067 Old 08-27-2012, 01:11 PM
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It is SOA. Any ideas on how to figure out what size lift it has?
Measure to the bottom of the rocker panels. Stock is 18" with 29" tires.

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post #143 of 23067 Old 08-27-2012, 01:51 PM
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Measure to the bottom of the rocker panels. Stock is 18" with 29" tires.
Ok. I'm at 29.5" with 36" tires. So what size lift does that show?
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8 inches of lift?
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post #145 of 23067 Old 08-27-2012, 02:45 PM
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Could be.
Soa and 36 inch tires, not strange to be lifted 8 inches.
I have 4 inches of lift for 33 inch tires. Take my 4 inch lift and soa it and i am at 8.
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8 inches of lift?
8" with the SOA, I am not sure what the SOA gives but I would bet about 5-6 inches so you probably have 2 -3 " springs

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Yep. Sounds like 2.5" lift springs. SOA on its own is 5.5" lift IIRC.

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post #148 of 23067 Old 08-27-2012, 10:23 PM
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Thanks for the help.
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Think this is where i go. Has anyone mounted shackles to the outside of the stock bumper? If so why? For stretch?
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post #150 of 23067 Old 08-28-2012, 10:19 PM
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Yes. Longer leaf springs can give stretch as well as more flex and require mounting to the bumper.

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