Originally Posted by Project1
Honestly .. looking back on my XJ build .. If I started a new xj .. I would not lift it first. I would build the engine and change all the sensors ... then work on the interior
X2. I jumped the gun on my latest XJ and went straight to lift and tires, etc. I would recommend really going through the details and get everything squared away with supporting mods and maintenance. Best way to get you started and learn is to set aside plenty of time and do a lot of reading to see what you might be getting into.
At the same time dont take it all to heart. You dont have to have a setup that is perfect in the eyes of the almighty JeepForum to get out and have fun. Some of the best times Ive had wheeling was with my very first XJ that had a thrown together budget boost and 235 A/T's.