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July 26th, 2009, 05:38 PM
Thought I'd ad some pix from the previous "introduction" posts. These are just portraits shots and some statistics below:

1994 Jeep Cherokee XJ
Engine: stock OEM 117,xxx on the clock
Transmission: OEM AW4 w/ "Tiptronic" override for manual operation
Tires / Wheels: BFG T/A 33x10.50 on Centerline aluminum wheels.
Suspension: RE 5" with Rancho air (in cabin) adjustable shocks / RE track bar / upgraded tie rods & ends.
Front Diff: Dana 30 w/ Warn axles & hubs / 4.88 gears / Detroit TruTrack
Rear diff: Dana 44 w/ Warn axles (full floating) / Rock Crusher Drive flanges /Disk brakes / 4:88 gears / Detroit
Winch: Ramsey 6000
OBA: Thomas (electric)compressor
Braking: custom hydroboost
Air cleaner: AMSOIL dry element (cleanable)
Cooling: Ford Taurus electric fan & OEM electric (upgraded '97 10 blade)
Other: sway bar disconnects / rock sliders / custom rear bumper / lots of Moab pin striping /

July 27th, 2009, 07:46 AM
Nice lookin rig!

July 27th, 2009, 07:47 AM
Thanks for the pics, looks great! :thunb:

July 27th, 2009, 07:43 PM
Nice setup!!

July 27th, 2009, 08:11 PM
Thanks all for the comments!! Hope to see some of you at the Ouray trip.........

July 27th, 2009, 08:14 PM
welcome to the site!!!! its a great place full of great people:welcome:

July 28th, 2009, 07:51 PM
Nice Looking XJ! I like the way your winch is mounted, looks like it needs a little armor though.

July 28th, 2009, 08:20 PM
Nice Looking XJ! I like the way your winch is mounted, looks like it needs a little armor though.

Thanks for the reply. I know what you mean but I'm mindful of what's in front of me but there's always that chance. I've know of events that conventionally mounted winches have had some problems with hits in the front. For me, it was the lesser of the evils.:eek: But still I'm considering some type of protection in the future. To ensure that if it does get hit and so I won't have an electrical meltdown, I have it disconnected at the battery and all I have to do is connect it via a wingnut when needed. ;)