Author Topic: The Problem Child  (Read 3660 times)

Offline Onkover

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The Problem Child
« on: March 09, 2007, 05:14:56 PM »
MY 1992 Jeep Cherokee has seen alot over the years. IT had a real easy life, i think, before I got it. I bought it with 103000 on the clock from a dealer in Redding. Paid way to much but it sutted my need at the time perfectly.
After it was paid off I started the mods. Now it is a money pit that gets me places, out seeing thing and into more troblem then one guy should be in. Yet the mods are not done. Currently I am in Stage 2. Stage 1 was a effort to have a balance between street ability and Off road capibilty. I found what I can " the happy middle ground" vary well. Stage 2 is just shy of a trailer queen. With only "minor" mods i want to keep the street ability just to get to the trailhead without getting pulled over along the way.


36" Super Swamper TSL Radials

K&N Drop In
PowerAid Throttle body spacer

Rubicon Express>
7.5" front coils, Drop backets with supports, Adjustable upper control arms w/ Super-flex joint, 3" lower bumpstops, Extended uppper bumpstops, Fixed Lower control arm w/ Super-flex joint, Adjustable Track Bar with hiem joint end, Sway bar disconnects w/6" poles, Sway Bar Relocation Brackets, Stainless steels brakelines, Shock eyelet conversion

1.25 lift Shackle,Stainless steels brakelines,6* shims, ii inch resivior shocks

D44 rear disk brake converison

Rusty's Off road>
6" Leaf pack, 6" drop pitman arm, 1" blocks
Conferr Rack mate with custom floor

Front 11 inch Resivior>
Alumi-Tie Rod
Dana 30 Diff gaurd

Compressor with quick connect adaptor for tire hose
Air locker for D30 Front end
Air Locker for D44 Rear end
Stainless Steel Air lines for both front and back
Safari Snorkle

Garvin Wilderness>
Rear bumper w/ 2 d-rings, swing out tire carrier, Jerry can, axe/ shovel holder, High-Lift Jack, cb attenna mount

Custom Rear frame stiffener

X8000i Winch
Rear diff gaurd

Custom front driveshaft

High Angle Driveline>
Custom rear driveshaft>
FBW2 Front Bumper with frame stiffeners stuffed with Warn X8000I

Galaxay CB radio w K40 attenna

High Flow Water pump #1747

Robert Shaw>
190* thermostat High Flow

High flow thermostat housing

Cat back... both fully T301 Aircraft SS

Random Technology>
High Flow Cat.. shattered and hollowed

Platium +4 spark plugs
Distrubitor cap
19Lb. Fuel injectors w/4 heads orginaly for a 5.0 Mustang- out for warrenty work

Orbital Gell battery

Borg Warner>
7MM Resistor Spark Plug Wires

Mean Green>
High Amp Alternator
Gear Reduction Starter out for warrenty work

Fan override

Rocky Road Outfitters>
Front & rear Bar pin Eliminators

Adjustable Fuel Regulator

High Output Coil

H4 headlamps upgrade

Farmboy Desgins>
Rear Tail light housings
Custom LED package

Steering box brace

Upgraded Aux fan from 97 XJ

4x4 Trail Hunter>
2"x4" slider replacement with extended tubing

Alloy USA>
D30 Axle Tube Seals
Cromo Rear Axle Shafts
Cromo Front Axle Shafts

Rear bumpstop extentions w/ Daystar poly stop
Main fan removed and replaced with 14" Zirgo electric fan
Rear bulkhead stiffener

Advanced Adapters>
Slip Yoke Elimator in NP231

Tera Flex>
TeraLow 4:1 for NP231

and a ton more...

Things on order currently
Magnaflow Cataytic converter to replace blown Random cat
CSF 3 core radiator

In the effort for world peace I have given up killing people.

Offline toyoder

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Re: The Problem Child
« Reply #1 on: March 09, 2007, 05:31:06 PM »
that list does grow every time i see it  :o  you do have a nice rig onk

Offline Onkover

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Re: The Problem Child
« Reply #2 on: March 09, 2007, 05:38:57 PM »
That means alot coming from the likes of you!! 8)

IT is no where from finished yet though. The main obstical I have now is the lack of cash. I look forward to the days when I am chopping sheet metal and fabing up links for the big axles! :o
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Offline Sar 450

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Re: The Problem Child
« Reply #3 on: March 13, 2007, 06:54:31 AM »
Your rig sure has come a long way since I have know you.I remeber when it used to fly with the help of Pixie Dust. :D

Offline Onkover

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Re: The Problem Child
« Reply #4 on: March 13, 2007, 10:39:58 AM »
Yep them days are over... at least for now. I am in current need of some limiting straps and trusses on both axles before I go and do that again. I SURE want to though!! What aboru your rig? Post up Sar!
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