[B]94 Grand Cherokee 5.2[/B] [SIZE="1"]33in. Federal Couragia M/T's on Procomp Steelies, np231 swap, IRO Hack n Tap SYE, Carolina Driveshaft, 4.5 in. lift, RE front upper/rear lower ca's, RC front lowers, Ironman rear uppers, IRO 4.5 coils in rear, 3.5 and 2" bb (no isolators) in front, Bilstein 5100's, Clayton/JKS adj. track bars, KOR rad support and SS, Magnaflow/Flowmaster exhaust, clear corners, custom light bar w/ Hella 500's[/SIZE]
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[QUOTE=elcorvino;14544406]Yea... It's kind of like the fat chick who lives around the corner. You aren't trying to get caught with her, but you know she'd be a good time.[/QUOTE]
[QUOTE=ScottD16;14460352]I had a dream my entire family was attacked by a giant polar bear. The crazy part was he attacked us with a giant spoon. Best dream ever.[/QUOTE]
When I did my lift back in February, I used a dead blow BFH and beat the p*ss out of it until it gave way. It wasn't an easy feat to get off the stock steering stabilizer.
I did my lift a couple weeks ago. When I went to get my steering stabilizer off, it didn't take much effort at all... And mine is a 94 with no work done by the POs. So maybe its just a weird jeep thing? Maybe some require more effort than others?
Removed my factory antenna, and since the spot where it used to sit looked bad, I used some left-over rustoleum to paint the grey and chrome, then replaced it. Looks better!
Also, moved my CB antenna and mount from my back hatch to the rear passenger side panel. Ran the coax cable through my tail-light cavity and out onto the panel to the mount. Looks a lot more clean and stays a LOT more solid on the road/trail. And I didn't lose any screws!!