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Old 04-29-2010
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Just Picked Up a 1994 Jeep Cherokee XJ

1994 Jeep Cherokee XJ

-4.0L inline 6-Cylinder engine
-5-speed manual trans
- Manual 4wd Shifter
-Dana 30 Front Axle
-32 x 11.50 x 15 off road tires
-2 inch front lift with extended shocks
-Off-road lights
She is a diamond in the rough...
Mods To Be Done
1. Find Stock Non cut fenders
2. Find Grille Assembly
3. Either Fab Or Find Stock Bumpers
4. New Windshield
5. 35" Tires
6. 4 inch lift
1-4 should be done this weekend 5 and 6 will be in the near future


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on and the wet trail from the front to the back is where i pissed in the parking lot...lol
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Give it hell!
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Nice! I might be getting one of those soon
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KEEP IT THAT COLOR!! just freshen it up a bit
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Definitely needs some TLC but it has potential for sure! They're a good cheap project...we're building a '97 here at the moment.
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Keep the cut fenders and add the bushwacker flares! How much did you pay for it?
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your gonna need more than a 4" to clear 35s and you will demolish that d30 the first time out. however with a 44 and a 6" and hacked up fenders you can run 35s
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KEEP IT THAT COLOR!! just freshen it up a bit
i actually thought about adding brown and black..like the cammo pattern on out military trucks...the paint is carc paint ( military vehicles are painted with it)

i bought it for 900 off another soldier
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I want that soo bad!
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i love those cherokees.
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Cheap project??? It's a Jeep. No such thing as a cheap project. First it's lift it, then it's tires, then the bumpers, then you want a winch, then the axles are weak so you replace those, then you want more lift, then bigger tires again.... Repeat often....

I'm actually jealous, that one looks in better shape than what I have been finding around here. Enjoy.
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Ive got a stock one of those that was signed over to me and I payed the $75 tab on it put in a crank sensor and now Im good to go
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Nice!! Im with 04blackedge, keep fenders and fit some bushwacker flares! Should look good
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Nice!! Im with 04blackedge, keep fenders and fit some bushwacker flares! Should look good
the pass side fender is all mangled by the door so i want to replace both of them..
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thats gunna be a fun truck. keep the body as is.....cuz if you actually wheel it its just gunna get torn up again anyways lol
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Oh ok.. in that case replace them..
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