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post #31 of 149 Old 09-02-2011, 11:51 PM
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Nice Jeep!! What are the MOPAR accessories you have on it?

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post #32 of 149 Old 09-03-2011, 12:18 PM Thread Starter
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Yeah I hear what you are saying, I live in MA so the roads are not as bad as yours in the winter but it does look like it has the factory undercoating underneath, I do want to paint the rest of the underbody component before winter though!

not something you would regret doing either, you could probably get away with the roll on herculiner and just go to town on the rockers, framerails, and the bottom of the floor pans
Yeah, I already did do certain parts with the Herculiner, I really like how durable it is!

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Looks good. Like the color and wheels.
Thanks, I think this is one of the best colors the Cherokees came in because in different lights and times of the day (especially in the direct sunlight) the color really comes alive and glows hahaha!

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I too wanted the entire OME package, and may upgrade in the future.

Thank you again, I really like yours as well.
Thanks, and make sure you keep yours really clean as well!

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post #33 of 149 Old 09-03-2011, 09:09 PM Thread Starter
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Nice Jeep!! What are the MOPAR accessories you have on it?
Thanks! The Mopar accessories that I have collected for the interior include:

-Infinity Tweeters
-Rubber Rear Cargo Mat with Access Doors to The Cargo Tie Downs
-Foldable Cargo Area Cover
-Lockable Storage Cargo Box (That Fits and Forms to The Cubby Hole In The Back)
-Full Size Spare Tire with Matching Rim with Cover
-Mopar Factory Subwoofer Speaker Kit (That Fits Into The Full Size Spare Tire and Easily Removes for Access to The Tire)
-and I just recently acquired an Factory Four Switch Panel Bezel with Switches (From Europe) today!
-and a few other small things...

I will be posting up pictures of these accessories shortly!!! I wanted my Cherokee to have the fit and finish and appear like everything came from factory, I think it looks cleaner that way and less cluttered inside!

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post #34 of 149 Old 09-05-2011, 01:12 PM
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cant wait to see that switch bezel
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post #35 of 149 Old 09-05-2011, 07:48 PM
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Thanks! The Mopar accessories that I have collected for the interior include:

-Infinity Tweeters
-Rubber Rear Cargo Mat with Access Doors to The Cargo Tie Downs
-Foldable Cargo Area Cover
-Lockable Storage Cargo Box (That Fits and Forms to The Cubby Hole In The Back)
-Full Size Spare Tire with Matching Rim with Cover
-Mopar Factory Subwoofer Speaker Kit (That Fits Into The Full Size Spare Tire and Easily Removes for Access to The Tire)
-and I just recently acquired an Factory Four Switch Panel Bezel with Switches (From Europe) today!
-and a few other small things...

I will be posting up pictures of these accessories shortly!!! I wanted my Cherokee to have the fit and finish and appear like everything came from factory, I think it looks cleaner that way and less cluttered inside!
DAMN, I like you even more now. Cannot wait to see them all installed.


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post #36 of 149 Old 09-05-2011, 09:26 PM
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Good job. I have a DD XJ as well.
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post #37 of 149 Old 09-06-2011, 07:35 PM
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Seems like your in the same situation as me. Im in college in vermont and building a light duty off raoder that still has good street manners. So far iv got 30" General Grabber AT2's and a custom work in progress front bumper. Next on the list is a AAL from 4wd. How much is the OME? I like htat it has new leafs and everything!!

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post #38 of 149 Old 09-12-2011, 10:56 AM Thread Starter
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cant wait to see that switch bezel
Yeah, it should look pretty cool with an extra switch that is factory looking!

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DAMN, I like you even more now. Cannot wait to see them all installed.
Haha, thanks, most of them have been installed now for an while now, will get pictures up here soon!

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Good job. I have a DD XJ as well.
Thanks, have fun with it!

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Seems like your in the same situation as me. Im in college in vermont and building a light duty off raoder that still has good street manners. So far iv got 30" General Grabber AT2's and a custom work in progress front bumper. Next on the list is a AAL from 4wd. How much is the OME? I like htat it has new leafs and everything!!
Thanks, the whole kit is pretty expensive because it comes with the shocks, but I am pretty sure that Qudratec sells the OME leaf springs individually for about $120 in the different comfort levels, but they also sell the AAL too I am pretty sure!

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post #39 of 149 Old 09-25-2011, 10:17 PM
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Do you tease kingjb about his rockers? I do
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post #40 of 149 Old 09-28-2011, 04:44 PM
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Haha I didnt even realize you were from MA! Is KINGJB your brother? Where about in mass are you guys from?

Your XJ is so clean, something about OME components, just like MCObrays

Keep up the good work!


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post #41 of 149 Old 09-28-2011, 07:11 PM
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I wanted my Cherokee to have the fit and finish and appear like everything came from factory, I think it looks cleaner that way and less cluttered inside!
Love the look, been thinking about doing my next xj to look factory.

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post #42 of 149 Old 09-28-2011, 08:41 PM
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Lets see some action shots!!

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post #43 of 149 Old 09-28-2011, 08:48 PM
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Lets see some action shots!!
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post #44 of 149 Old 10-03-2011, 08:07 PM Thread Starter
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Do you tease kingjb about his rockers? I do
Haha!

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Haha I didnt even realize you were from MA! Is KINGJB your brother? Where about in mass are you guys from?

Your XJ is so clean, something about OME components, just like MCObrays

Keep up the good work!

Yeah he is my brother, we are right below the Quabbin Reservoir in Western MA! Yeah, IMO Old Man Emu components have the best ride, better than stock and thanks I like your build too!

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Love the look, been thinking about doing my next xj to look factory.
Yeah, I have always liked the look of clean XJs myself, because not a lot of people make and keep them that way!

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Lets see some action shots!!
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