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Unread 02-09-2008, 08:10 AM   #1
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MJ SOA conversion

Just picked up an 89 mj. I currently have an 87 cherokee with the dana 44, i'm planning on putting this axel under the mj. I've heard contradicting opinions regarding the swap. Perches need moved /don't need moved for the SOA conversion. I'm planning on moving shock mounts, for ground clearance, but would rather not move the perches if not necessary. anybody know approximate lift achieved with this application, I've read 5-6in, sound about right? I have 8 in coil springs I'm planning on cutting to match the rear height-think this should work. Also planning on ordering rock krawler long arm upgrade, i like the three arm configuration for flexibility, any opinions? I appreciate any feedback/experiences/opinions...especially regarding the SOA project.

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