Did they just bolt right in?JohnFM3 said:I used the Ford Explorer leafs on my buddies 92 which worked out well. It cost about $125 an 2 hrs of build time. Gained 3 inches.
Not worried about that because a month or two ago I added a spacer lift and when I put the bolts back in I anti-seized them ALL. Then i replaced the shocks, like a month ago, and anti-seized all those too. So it should be pretty easy.BlueBadger said:Start the PB soakfest now!!
Get some PB blaster and a breaker bar. That's how I did it. And then I just prayed that the bolts don't break and they didnt.MattBillyTayloe said:What do I need to do to break them loose?
Dad problems right? I hear ya man. I'm in the same boat.MattBillyTayloe said::shhh:
I would, but I have a higher authority when it comes to modding my jeep, it's not that he tells me what I can and can't do, I jut have to hear his bs whenever I do something like that. Im just going to get quick discos and be done with it.
If I cut anything off my jeep, this would be the last post you'd see from me lol. My dad would annihilate meibjeepin95 said:Understandable. I assume you mean your father? My dad used to complain about stuff like that, but never told me I couldn't do things to my Jeep. Now he just complains about the parts and pieces that have been cut or ripped off my Jeep laying around the garage.
Thatta boy haha :2thumbsup:Luke95 said:I flexed her a little bit, how's this for stock suspension and tired leafs?
Best looking thing on your couch so far? LolLilyBayXJ said:BlueBadger, what kind of tires are those anyways? I've never seen those before.
O/T, my JCR Sliders came today!
Look at all that s*** connected to your battery lol.MattBillyTayloe said:My green? Thanks, haha, once again, wasn't going for great. But I will try that, thanks.
I can't find a spot in the rear unless I squeeze it back in a hole. I can put it in that Gap by my battery, I will mess with it tomorrow .
That's very valuable information actually :2thumbsup:YoureverydayXJ said:I figured. I was having more fun messing with this girl. I really wanted to know if they will cover my Jeep after lifting it. I was told, "Progressive's policy/premiums/coverages do not change as long as the lift kit is not more than 4 inches". So take that at face value I guess.
Lol, she did say "roll AND burn"..
Say goodbye to gas mileage.Joshharris98xj said:I need some opinions on gear I want to run 4:56s but 4:88s would be awesome. Whats the downfall on 4:88s? My jeep is my DD
Not on huge tires. You'll be revving like a ricer with gears like that.SFRautomotive said:proper gearing improves gas mileage
Don't sell the xj, you'll regret it.MattBillyTayloe said:Ehh, due to the lack of trails here I really want to build up an old car. Something fast, I've been looking at dusters and **** like that.
sorry, not the place :rofl:
Pb blaster and a punch. Use a big hammer and wail on it. Or you can torch it out, if you can replace the bushing if you mess it up .Gheap said:Tried to drill out the metal sleeve in the track bar bushing and wrecked 3 really good metal bits!! Any ideas?
Spokes said:either use a pipe wrench to rotate the axle to where u want it, or the stock bottle jack, thatas what i do and it works awesome :2thumbsup:
Thanks for the tips guys! :2thumbsup:Climbit said:remove the springs, bolt on LCAs, then UCAs, then re-install springs. then connect trackbar.
These are perfect pictures. I love it. :2thumbsup:JeepN4KC said:Finished the rear bumpstop "redo" project: