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The Original 3/8" Ruffstuff Diff Cover!Ruffstuff Axle Simple Swap Kit!The Ruffstuff NOT Universal 4 Link Kit!

Unread 05-24-2010, 09:15 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by vilseck21 View Post
Cherokees dont have frames, they are unibody
This is partially true. The unibody has a sub frame structure welded under it. Hence why it was so easy to make the Comanche. All they did was hack the unibody off behind the front seats and slide a set of true frame rails inside the existing box channels under the Cherokee's unibody. Voile'. Instant pickup truck. Just add the Comanche's bed on top.

The XJ Cherokee is technically a unibody because you cannot unbolt the body and lift it off the frame like you can with a CJ/TJ/Chevy pickup. But there is most of a full frame under the body. It's just welded to the body so as to make it so you cannot separate them.

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