- Year: 1989 (Mostly)
- Package: Laredo
- Exterior: Scratched and Dented Black & Chrome
- Interior: Charcoal Grey
- Engine: Factory 4.0L, Straight 6
- T-Case: Factory New Process Gear 231 Transfercase
- Front Axle: 1988 Reverse cut Dana 30 front (Vacuum) with stock 4.56 gears
- Rear Axle: Ford 8.8 from a Ford Explorer. Superior Ring & Pinion. Detroit Locker, disc brakes.
Use to be: 1988 Dana 35 rear w/ a Powertrax No-Slip Locker,
- Extended Driveshaft with High-Clearance YJ Slip-Yoke
- Tranny: Auto
- Gearing: 4.56 (Thanks to my old 1988 2.5L and Drivetrain Direct for the Superior Gears)
- Breathing: 27" High-Performance Cherry Bomb (Glasspack) Muffler, K&N Stock replacement rechargable air-filter (cone conversion in the box, need a filter for it ;P)
- Powered: Optima Red Top Battery
- Cooling: 92+ Cooling system conversion, 92+ GDI 3-Row radiator
- Total Measured lift: 5.5"
- Front Susp: Rusty's Off-Road 4.5" Lift Coils, Rubicon Express Extreme-Duty Trac Bar w/ Extreme-Duty Mount, Rubicon Express Adjustable Upper & Lower Superflex arms, Extra Stock Coil Isolator
- Front Shocks: Skyjacker Nitros
- Rear Susp: 5.5" Skyjacker soft-ride full replacement leaf packs w/ shim, 1.5" lift shackles from Rusty's Off-Road
- Rear Shocks: 2 Rusty's Hydro-Shocks.
- JKS Generation 2, QUICKER Disconnects
- Rubicon Express Heavy-Duty 1/4" steel lower control arm mounts
- Removed rear sway bar
- RE drop brackets w/ braces in the box, time to put those on! ?
- Steering: Complete Currie Enterprises Heavy Duty Tie Rod/Draglink System (made from 1.25" chromemoly)
- Grant Classic Steering Wheel. Black cushion grip with chrome spokes. 13-1/2" diameter.
Misc Trail Ready
- 6" High, 6' long Garvin Wilderness Steel Roof Rack (3 mounts a side)
- Garvin Wilderness Accessories Spare Tire Bracket (made from 1/4" steel with steel locking chain)
- Garvin Wilderness Accessories Yakima Cross Bar Adapters (being used for a hi-lift mount)
- Stainless Steel Braided brake hoses all around, with protective outer coating, custom made 6" longer with racing style connects from Earl's Performance Parts. Dropped front mounts.
- Two 6", 100W Explorer Pro-Comp, Two 6" Eagle Off-Road Lights Off-Road Lights
- Grant Classic Chrome Spoke Steering Wheel (2" smaller then stock)
- Thermometer, clock, two sets of auto-tire deflators, magnetic flashlight, headlamp flashlight, ect, ect
- Cut the front fenders even with lights, and folded all fenders under an inch or two.
- Back-up alert bulb from JC-Whitney
- Head rests from my old 1988 XJ.
- No headliner, bad paint job by previous owner, lots-o-dents and scratches, those last two build character
- Use to have on Custom 4X4 Fabrication front tow hook mounts (chrome tow hooks). Replaced with Michael's Welding Urban Assult front winch bumper and guard, black, procomp tow hooks.
- Mopar rear tow hook mount (chrome tow hook),
- 48" Hi-Lift jack,
- 10LB Portable Air Tank (C02) ready for air tools/tire filler,
- Stuff I Got with Me: Air Ratchet, Impact Wrench, Filled toolbox (screwdrivers, 200 piece mechanic's tool set, end wrenches) sledgehammer, deadblow hammer, drive-punch set, center-punch, breaker bar, helwig spring repair kit, 4-ton come along, 2 stock jacks, 4-ton bottle jack, hacksaw blades, electrical tape, duct tape, wiring kit, 1 million candle spot light, lots of fluids, etc, etc.),
- Misc Parts: Spare ProComp lower arms, and 2 sets of bushings, spare trac-bar, spare upper arms, spare steering, full set of axles/hubs, spare leaf spring, spare leaf spring centering pins, u-joints, misc spare bolts, blah, blah, blah.
Armor Wheels & Tires
- Mopar Front Skid,
- Mopar Transfer Case Skid,
- Mopar Gas Tank Skid Plate
- Steel Tail Light Guards
- Black Out Head lamp & tail light covers
- Michael's Welding Urban Assult front winch bumper and guard
- 1/4", 2"x3" Home-Brew rock-rails
- Old (Pratically antique) Midland CB, roof mounted black Comtelco CB Whip.
- Icom (IC-207H) Dual Band Ham (2M/440Mhz) with remove face mounted below console, custom bracket, safari rack mounted antenna, custom bracket (more on the brackets later).
- Uniden Eco-Trek FRS (400-2) 14 channel handheld FRS radio (2-Mile/50 Hour Range) with Sportclip , and it was 5 bucks with no rebates!
| Main | Stats | Pics | Tech | Links |