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View Poll Results: Vote your pick for the August COTM
1990JEEPXJ 18 32.14%
DezertTJ 11 19.64%
Spokes 9 16.07%
V1GiLaNtE 8 14.29%
JeepN4KC 10 17.86%
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Unread 08-19-2013, 01:27 AM   #1
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Vote for the August Cherokee Of The Month!!!

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If your entry makes it to the final poll you have one opportunity to vote for yourself if you choose to do so.
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This contest is for the members of JF to decide. The only advertising you are allowed to do for yourself is in your JF signature but please do so in a tasteful way, just keep it in line with other JF signatures.
Letís have good clean poll thread here thanks.

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Better to hoard Jeep technical info than old newspapers and the neighbor's mail, I guess.......
Vote here NOW in the September Cherokee Of The Month contest!!!
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Unread 08-19-2013, 01:30 AM   #2
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Alright, it’s time to bring out the August COTM contest line-up and show you what we’ve got.
There are 5 great XJ’s here for your viewing pleasure. We’ve got a little new blood and a little old this month, and it's up to you to help decide who will be our JeepForum August Cherokee Of The Month. Take your time looking over these great rigs and when you find your favorite, show your support and approval by casting your vote.

Also please click the button just under the poll to help keep this thread up all week in the top voted/crawled threads on the JF Forum homepage.

Feel free to post positive comments or discussion and bump this thread as needed. This poll will close one week from today.
Here are your August 2013 COTM entries in the order received.

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Originally Posted by 1990JEEPXJ

Year: 1990

Model: Laredo

Drive Train: 4.0, AW4, 242 w/hack 'n tap, D30, D44, 4.88's

Suspension: RE 5.5" superflex short arm with drop brackets, shackle relocation brackets
Wheels/Tires:[/B] 33X10.5 KM2's mounted on 15x7 AR outlaw II

Other Notable Modifications: grizzly lockers front and rear, alloy shafts up front, WJ knuckle and akebono brake swap, 2x6 rocker replacement/mini boatside, PSC steering box tapped for assist, custom t-case skid, D30 truss, 1.75"x 3/8" wall tie rod, OTA trackbar, half doors, ruffstuff and riddler covers, C-Rok steering brace, B&M tranny cooler. Also have 12" bilstein 7100's waiting to go on

Favorite Modification: lockers and half doors

Least Favorite Modification: old truetrac, has been replaced

Best Trail Damage: rolled it

Build Thread: The '90

Optional: - built this jeep from the ground up and learned a lot from it. its gone from a nice little DD to a capable rig ready for most anything.






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Originally Posted by DezertTJ

Year: 1998

Model: Cherokee

Drive Train: 4.0 AW4 NP231. H&T SYE HP30

Suspension: 5.5" RE Coils, Superflex Adjustable Control arms, 3.5" Full RE Leafs, 1.5" Shackles, RE Gen 2 Disconnects, Bilstein 5100s

Wheels/Tires: 255/75/17 KM1s, JK Moabs, 1.5" Synergy Suspension wheel adapters

Other Notable Modifications: Thule Cross bars, Surco 45x60 Roof Rack, 30" Cree LED Light Bar, Tow Hooks, 55w Aux Reverse Lights, Sat Radio

Favorite Modification: 30" LED Light Bar

Least Favorite Modification: SF Arms

Best Trail Damage: Went up a crack, fell in sideways and rested on my door

Build Thread: 98 XJ -The TJ's brother build

Optional: Bought it for my DD, turns out I wheel it as much as my Trail rig and has more trail damage than the trail rig!







Quote:
Originally Posted by Spokes

Year: 2000

Model: Cherokee Sport

Drive Train: - D30/8.25

Suspension: 4.5" Rough Country N2.0 X-Series

Wheels/Tires: Rugid Ridge D-Windows 15x8 W/ 3.75 BS. 33/12.5/15 KM2

Other Notable Modifications: WJ Knuckle swap, IRO Double sheer track bar, L&L Fab Pre-runner Winch Bumper, PORC SYE, Cowl intake No carpet, Extra lights, sound system, ETC

Favorite Modification: WJ brakes! Its nice to be able to stop

Least Favorite Modification: Rough country lol

Best Trail Damage: Bent fenders

Build Thread: Better, And Redder Build Thread.

Optional: I wheel the hell outta my XJ but also spend as much time working/cleaning it as i do driving it lol dont mind getting it dirty but it sure doesnt stay that way long. Muddy on weekends and show stopper on week days lol






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Originally Posted by V1GiLaNtE

Year: 1998

Model: XJ Sport

Drive Train: 4.0, AW4, NP232, Open/Open D30/D35 Trac Lok 3.55

Suspension: RC 3" Springs, OME HD Leaf Packs, Rubicon Shocks, RC BPE's, "Custom" Hockey Puck Front Bump Stops, Quadratec Extended Rear, JKS Discos,

Wheels/Tires: 31x10.5 BFG AT's on D Windows with 4" BS

Other Notable Modifications: Hella 500's, Rage Powersports Roof Rack, Putco Harness, Wilson 4' CB antenna on custom mount, High mounted CB radio, JCR Offroad Tcase skid, C4x4 Tow Hooks

Favorite Modification: Tcase Skid- Got it on a black Friday sale and it's pure beef. Saved my bacon more times than I care to count

Least Favorite Modification: Paying student loans aggressively takes away from mods..

Best Trail Damage: Making a climb at Rausch Creek.. Spotter "Give it some gas".. Gave it some gas and smashed my tow hook into the rock and bent it about 45 degrees".. Spotter "Maybe a little too much gas.."

Build Thread: Project Overland DD

Optional: This is my 2nd XJ and my DD. My last XJ was totaled by a drunk driver ( I was not involved) and of course without having a Jeep I just had to have another one.. It's served me well and allowed my SO and I to escape Northern Virginia into the woods to do the things we love like camp, hike, fish, etc..






Quote:
Originally Posted by JeepN4KC

Year: 2000

Model: Sport

Drive Train: 4.0 I6/AW4/NP231/D30/Chrysler 8.25 29sp

Suspension: Rough Country 4.5"

Wheels/Tires: 33x12.5x15 BFG KM2's on Unique Series 252 steelies

Other Notable Modifications: Aussie locker out back; TnT Customs chassis stiffeners; TnT Customs XD belly pan; Tomken fueltank skid; Solid Axle Ind. diff covers f/r; installed hitch for rear shackle recovery; rust abatement/rattle-can two toned; fenders trimmed; rear quarters cut&boxed; p/w's cut&folded; zj fan clutch; hood spacers

Favorite Modification: everything I've done but the Aussie and the chassis stiffeners rank high

Least Favorite Modification: none of them

Best Trail Damage: blowing out the rear glass - look on my daughter's face was priceless..lol

Build Thread: My Other Build Thread

Optional: The XJ is the project/toy Jeep of our fleet and was bought for the purpose of "saving" the WK from trail damage. I find myself wanting to drive it more and more.






Great group of XJs this month, good luck to all!
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Better to hoard Jeep technical info than old newspapers and the neighbor's mail, I guess.......
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Unread 08-19-2013, 01:58 AM   #3
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Oh my goodness what a great bunch of contestants for COTM. A quick review shows all the there guys have very nice rigs. I'm just glad I sat out this month. It's a complete toss up at this point. I'm going to have to spend some time in the build threads to help me narrow down my decision.

At first glance these are all winners.

Very nice XJ's guys.
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Unread 08-19-2013, 02:20 AM   #4
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Great group this month. Going to have to do some thinking...
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Unread 08-19-2013, 02:22 AM   #5
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Oh my goodness what a great bunch of contestants for COTM. A quick review shows all the there guys have very nice rigs. I'm just glad I sat out this month. It's a complete toss up at this point. I'm going to have to spend some time in the build threads to help me narrow down my decision.

At first glance these are all winners.

Very nice XJ's guys.
Good words from a guy with a great XJ.
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Unread 08-19-2013, 06:44 AM   #6
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Bunch of awesome jeeps!
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because anyone can drive a wrangler
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Unread 08-19-2013, 07:07 AM   #7
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Unread 08-19-2013, 08:18 AM   #8
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Its another month of difficult decisions but Ive been pulling for JeepN4KC for some time now so Ima stick with it. I would proudly wheel any rig up there though!
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Unread 08-19-2013, 09:14 AM   #9
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Wow... now that's a group! Good luck everyone!
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Unread 08-19-2013, 08:27 PM   #10
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Changing u joints on my roommate's xterra on 42s bump!
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Unread 08-19-2013, 09:04 PM   #11
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Changing u joints on my roommate's xterra on 24's bump!

FITY Bump
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Unread 08-20-2013, 12:45 AM   #12
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Seems like EVERYTIME I vote for ya 1990XJ you never win. But imma try again!! GOODLuck man!
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Unread 08-20-2013, 01:13 PM   #13
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Well it's taken some time and been a hard decision but I think I've narrowed my choice for the August COTM.

All of these rigs are very nice and quite capable in their own right. I would be proud to be able to ride along or wheel with any of them. But because this is a contest we have to narrow down our choice for a prospective winner.

Spokes '00 Sport is a well built and well wheeled rig. Lots of nice off road upgrades and a driver who isn't afraid to wheel it. I love a Red XJ and that alone almost got my vote.

1990XJ is a great rig. Locked front and rear. Real rock eating rockers. Additional rock and chassis protection from Ruff Stuff, Riddler, C-Roc, etc. And this guy is not afraid to wheel his rig right to the limit.

JeepN4KC '00 Sport is a great looking rig. If looks were the only criteria this would be my choice hands down. But this XJ is way more than just looks. Lots of rock protection and the body clearance for lots of wheel travel. Great looking tires and wheels that offer style and function. Add to that an owner who likes to hit the rocky trails and you have a solid candidate for COTM.

So after all of that my choice for the August COTM is JeepN4KC. Thanks to all of the entrants this month. You should all be very proud of your XJ's.
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Unread 08-20-2013, 02:48 PM   #14
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Work Bump! I guess I don't wheel enough
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Unread 08-20-2013, 02:56 PM   #15
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So do you guys go with the hack and tap so you have the same length driveshaft front and rear?
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