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Unread 09-26-2011, 04:53 PM   #1
Husker4x4
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1995 XJ Cherokee 
 
Join Date: Sep 2011
Location: Ashland, Nebraska
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3rd Jeep, first real project

New to the forum, nice place you guys got here. Been lurking around and I see a lot of knowledge here so I had to join in. I'm currently on my 3rd Jeep (I guess I have to much fun with them...)

Here's Jeep number 1, I got this in high school for a nice deal. I cant find any pics of it in one piece...long story short, young and dumb. Either way I loved this thing, set me up for a love for a vehicle that's almost a way of life.


(Proof of Jeep durability, this thing could still start)

Here was my second, first time I started putting work into a vehicle with my own to hands. I got a lift on it and everything but ended up hydroplaning through an intersection, got hit hard and totaled, ended up selling parts off it. I really miss this one



I stopped driving Jeeps for a little while and recently purchased a 95 XJ from an Auto Auction before getting out of the service. Drove it home from Virginia and went to work right away, currently what its lookin like;



I'm loving this thing, glad I got back into them. I want to keep going with it, though I'm going in a slightly different direction then I did in the past and looking to put more effort into power and performance. Ordered a K&N Air Intake, should be here in the next few days, looking forward to installing it the day it drops on my porch.

I'm looking to do something with the exhaust, but I've never really done anything like that and could use some tips. I'm going for power more then anything right now (I'll eventually end up dropping a new engine in there, but that's a ways down the road)

Any help/idea's/tips would be appreciated!

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