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Unread 03-22-2008, 09:09 PM   #1
jeep95xj87mj
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1987 jeep comanche 2x4 to 4x4 swap

i'm gonna be doin the swap to make my newly bought comanche into a 4x4 so any tips tricks and hints would be awesome.

i'm putting an ax-15 tranny and a i believe 231 or something close to it..
it has 2wd-partime-fulltime-nuetral-and low.......

i know i need a longer rear driveshaft... but i'm not sure how long...

i'm also gonna do the leaf over axle and then just level out the front for the lift... nothing too crazy i'm a simple guy.. so any good ways for the front.... coils with spacers or not which is best?

thx again i hope to have pictures up or to have a link for the pictures sometime soon

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