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Unread 07-08-2006, 12:03 AM   #121
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My street jeep

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97 XJ - exhaust, intake, others mods to come...
Burnout Video http://videos.streetfire.net/video/e...f1c7ff0a47.htm
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86 2 door XJ - 4 inches lift, 31 Mastercrafts, 2.5L, 5 speed, sold

89 YJ - 2.5" Rancho lift, 31" AT's, 4.2L w/ 5 speed, soft top and doors, Sold

"Nitrous is like a hot chick w/ an STD, you wanna hit it, but you'r afraid of the concequences." -tealcherokee
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Unread 07-08-2006, 01:26 PM   #122
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My street jeep
well did you dominate the vette?
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Unread 07-08-2006, 04:30 PM   #123
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you know it! haha thats the guy i went to the track with, he was running 13.5's with a relativly stock 88 vette while i was stuck at 17.1 all night, But i was impressed with how many cars i beat off the line, mainly a couple mustang GT's but they dominated me after about 30MPH. That was mainly due to my low reaction times with my best being .003
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Burnout Video http://videos.streetfire.net/video/e...f1c7ff0a47.htm
http://videos.streetfire.net/video/w...d066950727.htm

86 2 door XJ - 4 inches lift, 31 Mastercrafts, 2.5L, 5 speed, sold

89 YJ - 2.5" Rancho lift, 31" AT's, 4.2L w/ 5 speed, soft top and doors, Sold

"Nitrous is like a hot chick w/ an STD, you wanna hit it, but you'r afraid of the concequences." -tealcherokee
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Unread 07-08-2006, 05:14 PM   #124
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My street jeep
thats a cool a$$ picture...
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Unread 07-08-2006, 05:24 PM   #125
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yea i love it, its my background make it yours and photoshop your jeep into it
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97 XJ - exhaust, intake, others mods to come...
Burnout Video http://videos.streetfire.net/video/e...f1c7ff0a47.htm
http://videos.streetfire.net/video/w...d066950727.htm

86 2 door XJ - 4 inches lift, 31 Mastercrafts, 2.5L, 5 speed, sold

89 YJ - 2.5" Rancho lift, 31" AT's, 4.2L w/ 5 speed, soft top and doors, Sold

"Nitrous is like a hot chick w/ an STD, you wanna hit it, but you'r afraid of the concequences." -tealcherokee
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Unread 07-08-2006, 06:07 PM   #126
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yea i love it, its my background make it yours and photoshop your jeep into it

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Unread 07-08-2006, 08:19 PM   #127
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I'll have to get some updated pics, although not much has changed since this one. Only noticable thing is that it now rides at the right height in the rear thanks to new leaf springs and some SkyJacker Nitro 8000 shocks.

Other things in this Jeep (1999 XJ 4.0L with 112,000 miles):

Rusty's throttle body spacer bored smooth
60mm bored throttle body
Rusty's air tube
Smaller K&N filter
16" ASA alloy wheels
Michelin Energy 235/60 R16 tires
Heart throb cat back exhaust
Gibson squared exhaust tip
New leaf springs from Quadratec
SkyJacker Nitro 8000 rear shocks (new)
Pro Comp ES3000 front shocks and steering stabilizer (to be replaced)
12 disc CD changer
Coming soon - 7" touchscreen display with mini pc (GPS, MP3, DVD, DivX)

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Unread 07-09-2006, 02:59 PM   #128
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My friend says how bad *** his rig is and how its so rugged but i still pick onhim calling it a mall crawler. it has only been off road 2 times and when it started to get a little hard he parked his and jumped in to my 95 with 33's.

here is his 01. 30x9.50 toyo at's, tera flex 2"bb konig wheels, audio and always shiny banks header, flowmaster exhaust k&n FIPIK.





mall crawler...

BTW, I did the pin striping, lift, lights, and i mounted his 30x9.50 bfg at's in his stock steel wheels for winter. (so he does not hurt those $500+ wheels)
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Unread 07-09-2006, 03:01 PM   #129
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Oh and this is wha ti fixed up for my g/f before she got her tj and 33's.

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Unread 07-19-2006, 04:16 PM   #130
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mines on the border of street and off road i guess.......
not sure what path to take! but as of now i want some
good performance on the street and driveability.... ive
taken it off road a few times but not enough to spend
lots of cash on it.



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Unread 07-20-2006, 12:46 AM   #131
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mines on the border of street and off road i guess.......
not sure what path to take! but as of now i want some
good performance on the street and driveability.... ive
taken it off road a few times but not enough to spend
lots of cash on it.



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Unread 07-20-2006, 03:17 AM   #132
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hey RckRdyXJ, those rims actually look not too bad, considering theyre konigs on a jeep haha. jeeps lookin good yall... i gotta get some streetworthy pics up, jsut got a bunch of photos at the quarry, now i need some tarmac, lol
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Unread 07-21-2006, 06:18 AM   #133
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Hmmm well mine is street I suppose as it's never been off road as yet. It will go down some farm tracks later more than likely and the 4WD will be needed then if it's wet but that will only be a few times a year. Rest of the time is my daily drive andis stock except for the new std ratio rear tyres fronts to follow in a couple of weeks.




Interior is all leather and wood trim which is std here in the UK for the SE Limited. No sound as the previous owner took it out including the CD changer .




The std fitment tyres were these Goodyears but they are pricey here so the new ones are General Ameri GS60's in 225/75x15 and fitted they cost $174:49 US Yep everything is darned expensive here. The Jeep cost me $1791 with 83,455 miles on it and it's a 1993 model, the front tryes were worn right down near the wear marks the rears were pretty new, replacement Goodyears would have cost $309:60 US for two fitted and balanced.

So that my street Jeep .
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Unread 07-21-2006, 09:52 AM   #134
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Hmmm well mine is street I suppose as it's never been off road as yet. It will go down some farm tracks later more than likely and the 4WD will be needed then if it's wet but that will only be a few times a year. Rest of the time is my daily drive andis stock except for the new std ratio rear tyres fronts to follow in a couple of weeks.




Interior is all leather and wood trim which is std here in the UK for the SE Limited. No sound as the previous owner took it out including the CD changer .




The std fitment tyres were these Goodyears but they are pricey here so the new ones are General Ameri GS60's in 225/75x15 and fitted they cost $174:49 US Yep everything is darned expensive here. The Jeep cost me $1791 with 83,455 miles on it and it's a 1993 model, the front tryes were worn right down near the wear marks the rears were pretty new, replacement Goodyears would have cost $309:60 US for two fitted and balanced.

So that my street Jeep .
pic post for you too
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Unread 07-21-2006, 03:15 PM   #135
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Hmmm well mine is street I suppose as it's never been off road as yet. It will go down some farm tracks later more than likely and the 4WD will be needed then if it's wet but that will only be a few times a year. Rest of the time is my daily drive andis stock except for the new std ratio rear tyres fronts to follow in a couple of weeks.




Interior is all leather and wood trim which is std here in the UK for the SE Limited. No sound as the previous owner took it out including the CD changer .




The std fitment tyres were these Goodyears but they are pricey here so the new ones are General Ameri GS60's in 225/75x15 and fitted they cost $174:49 US Yep everything is darned expensive here. The Jeep cost me $1791 with 83,455 miles on it and it's a 1993 model, the front tryes were worn right down near the wear marks the rears were pretty new, replacement Goodyears would have cost $309:60 US for two fitted and balanced.

So that my street Jeep .
That wood trim looks like real wood, is it glued on veneers? Did the XJ come with that steering wheel?
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