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Old 05-01-2019, 05:28 PM   #31
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Dude, glad you could make it!
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Old 05-01-2019, 05:33 PM   #32
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Well this is interesting.

I won't let a callout go unanswered. Hold while I come up with something.
I feel bad for you bro, I put you in for Cherokee of the YEAR!!! Never heard from you.
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Old 05-03-2019, 06:43 PM   #33
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Downsy look an old dog can learn new tricks

when I saw your vid I thought "as soon as I find that thing I will screw mine on too"
now I got cup holders in the front
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Shoulda been that way from the factory. So many spilled drinks could have been saved.



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Old 05-05-2019, 02:40 PM   #35
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Shoulda been that way from the factory. So many spilled drinks could have been saved.



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Where can you get that cup holder?
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Old 05-05-2019, 09:51 PM   #36
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Where can you get that cup holder?
Quadratec and Morris 4x4 spring to mind.

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Quadratec and Morris 4x4 spring to mind.

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This one here.
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This one here.
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I can deal with the loss of soda ...but I didn't like cleaning the carpet !!!!
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MOOG 782s i ordered on Rock Auto. The Crowns have worked well for me this is the 2nd XJ Ive had them on. They start a little high compared to the coils, but wear in nicely and still leave a tiny bit of rake for hauling some weight. I used MOOG bushings and shackles when i put them in.

The front hitch used the swaybar mounting holes plus two more you have to drill yourself. It also has the advantage of working as a brace. I just cut out a rectangular shaped section in the middle of the air damn.

For some reaaon i dont have any before pics i can find. It was pretty low. I could stand next to it and see on top easily and im only 5 8.
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Can you give me the exact model numbers of your suspension parts for the UpCountry LIft. Specifically which Crown Leaf springs you used. I am finding more then one model.
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Can you give me the exact model numbers of your suspension parts for the UpCountry LIft. Specifically which Crown Leaf springs you used. I am finding more then one model.
Not to confuse things but I am leaning towards this for leafs for if and when I do the Up Country lift too. Couple people have pointed them out, don't remember anybody who might have used them though, and the spring capacity is listed. Which I am pretty sure is the spec for the Mopar Up Country springs.

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If I remeber the stock spec for the upcountry springs was 7xx lb/in leaf springs. More folks over on the other forums have been saying the General Leaf Springs are better AND they come with the bushings already in them, might be the deal to have if you don't have a 12 ton shop press laying around as the Crowns require bushings to be pressed in they don't come with them. I went with full MOOG bushings front and rear when I rebuilt my suspension.

Below I'll link to a thread that covers part numbers. I went into my Amazon history and pulled the part numbers I used it is Crown 4886186AA and they come as a single unit so you'll have to order 2. Plus bushings.

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You know what the funny part apart about it is. The Up Country leafs are still available. And the pricing is not that bad once shipping is taken into account. What kills you is the bushings. They don't come with them and they are like $35 a piece. This is all from online sources. I do want to see my guys at the Jeep Dealership though. Chances are there would be no shipping charges but I have no idea what pricing would be.
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huhu ya guys inspired me to showcase my jeep. Will definitely edit it and add some cool beats!
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Anyone heard from CT99? He is AWOL again.
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