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Unread 05-03-2011, 08:28 PM   #1
RedSox10
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1999 XJ Cherokee 
 
Join Date: Jun 2007
Location: North Shore, MA
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At it again

Fellow Cherokee drivers. Back to JF after a pretty short layoff. Sold my TJ and moved to a Subaru Legacy GTL. I have since owned the car a bit over a year and while I enjoyed the Subaru very much it was time to get back into a Jeep. Plus the car payments were killer. I picked up this 99 Cherokee and after having my past TJ lifted and pretty, I need to make some minor adjustments to this guy. Going to pay some attention to the steering components first (ball joints, rod ends, etc). Then comes the lift. Does anyone have recommendations on nicer inexpensive Cherokee lift kits. I feel like I could just compare the XJ to TJ suspension companies and components that I'm much more familiar with. Going for a 3-3.5" lift with full pack replacements as they are definitely due. Wouldn't mind having front replacement control arms as well. The 99 has 5 spd AX-15, C8.25, and 3.07's which is why I'm keeping the kit smaller with 31's. Hoping to not have to trim on the fenders as I won't have lots of time to wheel as it is. I also like the sufficient amount of power the 4.0 has with the smaller tires. Not sure if I'm remembering to type everything but I'm watching the Celtics right now. Thanks in advance everyone.

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