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Thread: Comanche Rearend Rework

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    Ok, so, have everything back together with the stock spring plates for now. No more noises front or rear, truck drives well now. Figured out the wiring for the stereo(was hacked to shyte) and none of the wires matched what was in the repair manuals electrical schematics.
    No more Drive shaft problem with enough room for slip

    Rearend is now much more stout and at the height I was after
    94 YJ 5" lift with D44 35 x 12.5 on Steelies 4.0L 5 speed
    86 MJ 3" lift on 31" BFG's 4.0 HO 4x4 conversion - 96 Cherokee update
    More on the way
    OF4WD #6421

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    realy nice keep the pic coming


    jp

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    That was my sons truck for a while after we bought it from tonkatruck. We did the 4.0L conversion and finished up the 4x4 conversion with Jeepmans help and then we had to let it go.

    Glad to see it is still moving and improving!
    Cigar chomper!

    Youth, health and skill are no match for age, experience and treachery

    Dana 60's do break when hitting stumps at 60kmh....

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    Thanks, MJ runs good pics are coming just been kinda busy. Work will progress but at a slow pace, truck is pulling DD duty while I aquire the last of my parts for both Jeeps then get to work as time permits.

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