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Bacardi 151 or bust.
Bacardi is for rich women on diets.


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Typical hipster comment.

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Bacardi is for rich women on diets.
I'm about to mix some with this stuff you can get locally that is best described as an icee made with real fruit you eat with a spoon tomorrow for america day

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I'm about to mix some with this stuff you can get locally that is best described as an icee made with real fruit you eat with a spoon tomorrow for america day

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Do it and gimme your 36s.

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Ordered an aussie locker the other day...epic fail. Apparently my 93 has the weird 8.25 27 spline rear end. Where can I get a cheap locker? It's not going to see much abuse, and I doubt I'll go any bigger than 31s or 33s. It's mostly a camping rig.

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Ordered an aussie locker the other day...epic fail. Apparently my 93 has the weird 8.25 27 spline rear end. Where can I get a cheap locker? It's not going to see much abuse, and I doubt I'll go any bigger than 31s or 33s. It's mostly a camping rig.
Lincoln locker

Im about to put mine on jack stands and start ripping **** apart, in prep for the weekends build party.
Wishing I had a second car I could use to go grab bolts and **** once this thing is apart.

Re-doing my buddies steering on his ram 2500, and jacking the xj up a bit.

Its a Johnny cash song - Engine is 98, trans is 95, body is 96, doors from a 94
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Lincoln locker

Im about to put mine on jack stands and start ripping **** apart, in prep for the weekends build party.
Wishing I had a second car I could use to go grab bolts and **** once this thing is apart.

Re-doing my buddies steering on his ram 2500, and jacking the xj up a bit.

I put some serious thought into it when I had it all apart... I picked up this running 93 XJ with a 4.0, 5spd, and 231 transfer on a rustys 4.5" and 31s for $675.

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I put some serious thought into it when I had it all apart... I picked up this running 93 XJ with a 4.0, 5spd, and 231 transfer on a rustys 4.5" and 31s for $675.


I'd love to find a deal like that
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Finally got it back in running condition. That was a long week!!
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Bought a new one to replace my 94 on daily driver duty. 98, 4.0, automatic

What are things I should watch for?

1998, 4.0, AW4.

94 motor, 4.5" and 35s
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Bought a new one to replace my 94 on daily driver duty. 98, 4.0, automatic What are things I should watch for?
98 is a good year as far as no consistent buggers. Just look for normal stuff

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98 is a good year as far as no consistent buggers. Just look for normal stuff
It needs some minor stuff done to it. Rockers need patched, needs a fender on driver side, and it needs hinge pins for drivers door. Other than that it runs an shifts good. And all the floors are solid along with the the unibody rails

1998, 4.0, AW4.

94 motor, 4.5" and 35s
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