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Today 07:44 PM
pdcomm
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Originally Posted by retrvrtrainer View Post
Just a touch under 14 on the gauge. Probably could tighten the the belt a little.
If it's not squealing when you rev the motor , it's likely good .
Today 07:05 PM
retrvrtrainer Thanks for the suggestion. As it turned out, I went to the parts store and they did not have the brushes. They just stocked the replacement alternator. I figured the old one had 250K on it, so get a re-manufactured one. It's running well again. Just a touch under 14 on the gauge. Probably could tighten the the belt a little.
Today 11:22 AM
S8NNG8
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Originally Posted by retrvrtrainer View Post
Gotta replace the alternator brushes. Intermittent loss of power from the alternator while driving. Charges fine when first started. We'll see...
Possibly a loose belt. Once it's warmed up it's slipping.
Today 08:24 AM
retrvrtrainer Gotta replace the alternator brushes. Intermittent loss of power from the alternator while driving. Charges fine when first started. We'll see...
Today 07:50 AM
kluttsy01
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Originally Posted by TheBoogieman View Post
I put my XJ adjustable on my TJ. They mount the same on later model (97-01) XJs.
Maybe that's the problem, I got a 96.

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Today 07:47 AM
TheBoogieman
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Originally Posted by kluttsy01 View Post
Track bar, yes. Track bar mount, no.


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I put my XJ adjustable on my TJ. They mount the same on later model (97-01) XJs.
Today 07:44 AM
kluttsy01
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Originally Posted by TheBoogieman View Post
TJ and XJ adjustable track bar is the exact same.
Track bar, yes. Track bar mount, no.


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Today 07:42 AM
TheBoogieman
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Originally Posted by kluttsy01 View Post
Yeah my buddy gave me a rough country adjustable tack bar for his tj thought great, nope didnt think about the tj having a real frame.

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TJ and XJ adjustable track bars are the same.
Yesterday 10:11 PM
katzklaw lookin good..!
Yesterday 07:38 PM
kluttsy01
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Originally Posted by Pinoy59 View Post
One of the reasons i don't particularly like zone. Their kit doesn't even come with brake lines or most of the other stuff needed when you lift a vehicle...

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Yeah my buddy gave me a rough country adjustable tack bar for his tj thought great, nope didnt think about the tj having a real frame.

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Yesterday 06:12 PM
Pinoy59
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Originally Posted by TheBoogieman View Post
Lowes, Home Depot, and other places have grade 8/10.9 bolts.



As soon as I installed my lift, I took it for a test ride on some hills and it pulled the rear brake hose loose (way too short) and dumped my brake fluid everywhere. I made it home and bought a longer YJ hose to fix the problem.
One of the reasons i don't particularly like zone. Their kit doesn't even come with brake lines or most of the other stuff needed when you lift a vehicle...

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Yesterday 05:36 PM
kluttsy01
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Originally Posted by pdcomm View Post
I bet you read that on the internet .
Yeah. Either here on jf, Cherokee forum or naxja. But I just went to tsc and got new ones.

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Yesterday 05:19 PM
kluttsy01 Welp it finally happened.

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Yesterday 03:47 PM
pdcomm
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Originally Posted by kluttsy01 View Post
I read that they had to be a special bolt from the dealer

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I bet you read that on the internet .
Yesterday 11:12 AM
kluttsy01
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Originally Posted by TheBoogieman View Post
Lowes, Home Depot, and other places have grade 8/10.9 bolts.



As soon as I installed my lift, I took it for a test ride on some hills and it pulled the rear brake hose loose (way too short) and dumped my brake fluid everywhere. I made it home and bought a longer YJ hose to fix the problem.
I read that they had to be a special bolt from the dealer

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