Hey guys, i am finally making this thread for my 94 cherokee. Originally i had an 89 comanche but it was 2wd, and i didnt have the experience and equiptment neccessary to convert it to 4wd. So i sold it to buy a 4wd cherokee. Well locally i found an already lifted 94 for a great price so i snagged it. It had 132xxx miles, auto, d30/8.25, a/c, RE 4.5" lift, and brand new 33x12.5 mt tires. negatives were the rusty floors, needed regearing, needed sye, and paint was pealing on the roof.
heres how it started.
first thing i did was cut and fold the fenders because i had no room to flex.
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also got a new stereo, sony xplod, so i could hook my ipod up through the auxilary jack. At the same time i upgraded my speakers, 6.5" infinitys up front, 5.25" infinitys in the rear sound bar.
now the exhaust... i had cut the muffler and tailpipe off because i was preparing to put on my new exhaust, but i found it sounded really good with just a high flow cat. so for a few weeks i ran just the cat and it sounded great, but it started to bug me how loud it was so i finally got around to installing all my other stuff. so i did 2.5" tubing from the hi flow cat, to a flowmaster super 44, and 2.5" madrel bent tailpipe. and it sounds great, not too loud, but has a deep rumble. sometimes i notice a little bit of dronning, but overall i like it.
When we went out to Rousch Creek i couldnt disconnect my sway bar because i would have just chewed my tire up and possibly popped my bushwackers off sooooooo i got home and got right into hacking the fenders higher and wider, along with trimming the inner/under flap of the bushwackers. i also flattened the metal in the inner fender.
you can somewhat see the trimming off the bushwackers in this pic.
so i should be good to go now. i have to do some bumpstops though, and im going to get a screw in eye thingy to hang my sway bar disconnects to keep them out of the way.