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OleBlu95
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Jeep Information

Year:1995

Model:Cherokee

Engine:4.0L

Suspension:Rough Country 3"

Tires:31 10.5 15 All Terrain

Wheels:Stock

Armor:Glock 9

Recovery Gear:Cell phone

Accessories:Hoola girl on dash

Future Modifications:Roof Rack


Hellloooooooo!!!!! I just finished lifting a 95XJ so I today is the day I join the Forum! Installed RC 3". 2 things. (1) whats the best way to eliminate vibrations from drive train?? and what are bump stops and do i need them? Leave some tips or experience, thanks!

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YoureverydayXJ
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01-11-2013, 07:50 PM
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Originally Posted by OleBlu95
Hellloooooooo!!!!! I just finished lifting a 95XJ so I today is the day I join the Forum! Installed RC 3". 2 things. (1) whats the best way to eliminate vibrations from drive train?? and what are bump stops and do i need them? Leave some tips or experience, thanks!
First step to eliminating them is identifying them. Obvious place to start, your pinion angle(s) will be off if you didn't adjust with lift.

Bumpstops are rubber, polyurethane, etc. that are placed strategically to limit axle up-travel. Stock XJ placement is inside front coils, and bolted to uniframe above rear axle. If you are running oversized tires, extended bumpstops will keep them from contacting (destroying) your fenders on compression. So, if you are running larger than stock tires, and haven't clearance-cut your fenders you should run extended length bumps.


OleBlu95
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01-12-2013, 09:05 PM
Ok I will check angles before I drop the t case (which WAS solution #1). Upon acceleration are vibrations and even more the farther throttle. For the time being, about a week, would this cause any damage? W/O 4wd?







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