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  1. #11911
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    Default Re: What did you do to your Jeep today?

    Quote Originally Posted by denverd1 View Post
    stock shackle?

    Nope, 2in teraflex shackles
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    Driving it to work.. still trying to figure out what is going on with this pop in the front end... I know it's related to the Lokka... but it hasn't done it at all, to include on the drive down from DE... just started about a month ago... So guess I'll have to scrape together some cash, and take it by the shop to get them to take a look at it and hopefully it'll be an easy fix... Got to try to figure it out quickly, as I'll most likely be taking the XJ 3.5hrs south to GA for my first UTA weekend, as I finally got everything done and lined up to get back into the military, while only the USAF Reserve, it's better than nothing, gets me back to working on aircraft, and my retirement... and gets my foot in the door to try and get a full time position either as a civilian working in the unit, or full time reservist... So hopefully she makes the trip there and back safely.... Made it 13hrs down to NC from DE, so should be good... With having quite a few small things, that I can't work on where I live... it kills me every time I drive it... and I keep thinking about letting it go, and picking up either a 00+ GC or a Commander to have... but as I don't really need a comfy family car anymore (since I traded my Ram in on the WRX (once I get the brakes done on it, I'll be able to drive it again)... but I know if I do let it go, and get a GC or Commander, I'll regret it and want to get another play toy... so might as well just keep her and work on her as I can, and still keep the HOA happy...
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    Good to hear you are wheeling it James
    230 hp 4.3L Chevy
    Built 4L60E with manual lockout
    Atlas 4 speed
    Griffin radiator
    On board air
    Warn 9.5ti on custom bumper
    7.5" RE front and bastard pack rear on custom long arms
    30 gal gas tank
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    And a bunch of other stuff

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    Default Re: What did you do to your Jeep today?

    Quote Originally Posted by bluedragon436 View Post
    Driving it to work.. still trying to figure out what is going on with this pop in the front end... I know it's related to the Lokka... but it hasn't done it at all, to include on the drive down from DE... just started about a month ago... So guess I'll have to scrape together some cash, and take it by the shop to get them to take a look at it and hopefully it'll be an easy fix... Got to try to figure it out quickly, as I'll most likely be taking the XJ 3.5hrs south to GA for my first UTA weekend, as I finally got everything done and lined up to get back into the military, while only the USAF Reserve, it's better than nothing, gets me back to working on aircraft, and my retirement... and gets my foot in the door to try and get a full time position either as a civilian working in the unit, or full time reservist... So hopefully she makes the trip there and back safely.... Made it 13hrs down to NC from DE, so should be good... With having quite a few small things, that I can't work on where I live... it kills me every time I drive it... and I keep thinking about letting it go, and picking up either a 00+ GC or a Commander to have... but as I don't really need a comfy family car anymore (since I traded my Ram in on the WRX (once I get the brakes done on it, I'll be able to drive it again)... but I know if I do let it go, and get a GC or Commander, I'll regret it and want to get another play toy... so might as well just keep her and work on her as I can, and still keep the HOA happy...
    what's the situation when it pops? braking? corners?
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    Default Re: What did you do to your Jeep today?

    decided to add secondary leaf spring with half wrap for my rear to:
    - decrease axle wrap,
    - prevent leaf sliding if primary leaf broke (had once, last year)


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    Once again driving the 93 2 door as a daily driver.
    Engine from my 97 XJ.
    Axles from a 99 XJ.
    4.5" lift with an assortment of Ironman4x4fab products.
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    1993 2 door 4x4 4.0 5 speed
    1997 4 door 4x2 4.0 auto RIP 6/6/2016
    2000 4 door 4x2 4.0 auto


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    Default Re: What did you do to your Jeep today?

    found a rubber hose fault at top of the evap canister, cut at good point and connected back. It seems to going to fuel tank. My snake in fuel tank stopped hissing long time ago, hoped to hiss again after reconnecting this hose but still quiet there.






    Also replaced ignition coil with NGK one, now she idling more stable and felt a some increase in skinny pedal response.

    EDIT: do I need a reset the PCM?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad 96XJ View Post
    Took the jeep out to the warehouse at work to flex it out to measure for shocks, bump stops, and check clearances. relatively happy with it. trying to figure out how to get more flex from the leafs...
    Attachment 14569
    Wish I could flex mine out like that.. heck, I'd love to see if mine would even be able to flex out that much.... Looks good either way!!

    Quote Originally Posted by oderdene View Post
    Went for camping
    Beautiful pups you got there.. Can't wait to get Jeep pup(s)!!
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    Default Re: What did you do to your Jeep today?

    Quote Originally Posted by oderdene View Post
    found a rubber hose fault at top of the evap canister, cut at good point and connected back. It seems to going to fuel tank. My snake in fuel tank stopped hissing long time ago, hoped to hiss again after reconnecting this hose but still quiet there.






    Also replaced ignition coil with NGK one, now she idling more stable and felt a some increase in skinny pedal response.

    EDIT: do I need a reset the PCM?
    It will reset itself over time
    230 hp 4.3L Chevy
    Built 4L60E with manual lockout
    Atlas 4 speed
    Griffin radiator
    On board air
    Warn 9.5ti on custom bumper
    7.5" RE front and bastard pack rear on custom long arms
    30 gal gas tank
    lockers
    And a bunch of other stuff

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    Once again NOT driving my 93 2 door.
    Drove it for 3 days and lost the clutch master cylinder. It was the only part of the clutch system that wasn't new.
    Replaced it and got about 15' before the new slave cylinder with less than 150 miles started puking.
    Long story short I found out I have too much crankshaft end play and pulled the engine yesterday. Going to replace the thrust bearing, maybe all the main bearings and hopefully everything else is good, otherwise....
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