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Unread 04-28-2013, 01:43 PM   #1
Dillonzj
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Location: Indiana
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Back again rebuilding my old niner Build Thread

Hey everyone not sure who all is still here its been a while since ive been on. I picked up a deep slate niner to build up like my old niner with some upgrades of course!

So for those of you who don't know me this is the 95 I built in high school..
Iro 5.5 LA kit
33 km2s




And in college...
98 5.9
5.5 iro LA
33" km2s



And the deep slate niner I just picked up!


So far I've put flow masters on it and I've done the turn signal mod still trying to decide between 6.5 and 35s or 5.5 and 33s

Thanks! And its good to be back!

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98' JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE LIMITED 5.9
149k 5.9L v8 White

Crane Cam shaft and Crane, Roller Rockers, bored .030 over, edelbrock performer heads, M1 Intake manifold, Fasstman throttle body, magnacore wires, platinum plugs, K&N FIPK, dough thorley headers,3" high flow cat, 3" magnaflow mandrel bent exhaust, SCT tuned

***future mods -5.5 IRO LA - KOR sliders -KOR roof rack -

SOLD-
95' JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE LIMITED
188k 5.2L v8 White 98 ZJ rims

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Originally Posted by nashmd454 View Post
...we all know they empty our pockets...yet they fill our hearts...


MY BUILD THREAD
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