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Chappell Hill

Jeep Information


Model:Cherokee XJ



Transfer Case:NP231

Front Axle:Early 90's XJ

Rear Axle:'98 Explorer

Axle Gear Ratio:4.10

Suspension:4-1/2" lift

Tires:Falken Rocky Mountain ATS 32x11.5

Wheels:8-hole aluminum mags

Armor:gas tank skid plate, rocksliders

Recovery Gear:cell phone

Future Modifications:new exhaust, rear seat, working radio and speakers, replace a bunch of interior pieces

My Beastie...


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View USAXJ's Jeep
05-08-2012, 07:27 PM
Nice, I like the flares and wheels. Here's mine. A work in progress.

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View bmikes93's Jeep
05-09-2012, 12:50 PM
Originally Posted by ttrevino
My Beastie...
I got.the same tires. you feel about them?

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View ttrevino's Jeep
05-18-2012, 05:07 PM
I like the tires, really "grippy", although a bit loud on the street, since it's my DD. Although, the suspension make so much noise, it kinda drowns out the tires anyway...

They really added some traction the other day driving down a muddy road.

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View dave1993's Jeep
05-28-2012, 01:17 AM
That's the look I'm going for with my xj. Do your back doors still open with the flares that big?

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View dave1993's Jeep
05-28-2012, 01:18 AM
Nvm looked twice. Nice xj

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View ttrevino's Jeep
05-29-2012, 10:57 AM
Yeah, the doors open fine, no problem at all. I like the flares a lot, the cover up the 31's just fine, although I do still get the mud sling along the front doors when I run through mud or wet roads. It does look kinda cool when it does that.... Looks like the wake behind a boat!

BTW, that's an awesome deal on your XJ! Wow, what a steal! Looks like it's in really good shape, and pretty stock, so you're not out fixing things the previous owner 'upgraded'.

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View dave1993's Jeep
05-29-2012, 04:36 PM
Yeah its all stock that I know of. Someone was just tired of working on it. Took me about a hundred dollars to get it running. Only real problem is the oil leaks. But that's not surprising when it had 200,000 miles.

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