Well Iím not going to bother with a vote check. I think I about know everyone that voted anyways.
Itís been a while since weíve had a Comanche brother enter and even longer since one has swept so many hearts away to take home the trophy. This rig just brings on respect for the fine effort and great results. Nice work with this jeep, Iím pleased to put it in the JF hall of fame.
Our November COTM receives a complimentary one year premium JeepForum membership in recognition plus all due bragging rights, and has earned the final spot in the COTY contest next month Ė stay tuned.
Congratulations on the well-earned win and big sweep here. See you in December!
Please join me here and now in congratulating LimeLJ as the
Year: 1987/1997 Model: Comanche Drive Train: 1997+ XJ based, 4.0L stroked and bored to 4.7L(260+ HP), AW4, 4WD, D30 front/D44 rear 4.56 gearing Suspension: 5.5", Front is a mixture of Rubicon Express, Iron Rock Off Road, and JKS. Rear is a spring over axle conversion. Bilstein 5100 shocks. Wheels/Tires: 2013 JK Moab rims on wheel adapters/spacers and 32" BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain tires Other Notable Modifications: Complete 1997+ XJ generation swap. Exterior, interior, electrical, emissions, etcetera. Custom satin olive drab green paint done at home in the garage. Favorite Modification: Stroker Engine Least Favorite Modification: No muffler, that was only fun for a few hours. Best Trail Damage: Not exactly trail, but the one day old freshly painted bed fell off the crane three feet to the ground damaging the rear lip. Build Thread:APPLJCK - 1997 Jeep Comanche Work Log - 4.7L Stroker and Exterior/Interior Swap Optional: I put over 300 hours over two years into a fairly basic, some what rusted, and non-running 2WD Comanche to create an updated Comanche while restoring the over all vehicle to a healthy condition.