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Join Date: 09-25-2007
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HILLBILLY JEEP'S JEEP
Year & Model  
1990 YJ Wrangler
Engine  
4.2
Transmission  
stock (new) AX15 5speed
Transfer Case  
stock ( out of a 94 yj i think)
Front Axle  
stock
Rear Axle  
stock
Gear Ratio  
cant remember
Suspension  
stock
Tires  
30 x 9.50 copper
Wheels  
american racing rims
 
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JEEP HISTORY
My very first real ride is my jeep, i have
owned it for over 7 years now, i have
totaled it, bent the frame 11 inches to
the left and my bumper broke his engine
block ( little sports car).Fixed it, then
new transfer case, then new motor and
then new tranny, plus alot of newer parts
installed. I love this jeep and so does
my wifey.

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No-Doors
06/01/2011 7:54 AM

Hillbilly,

I would like to know if removing the track bar solves your problem. Its only two bolts and you can usually remove without jacking; unless it is in a bind.

Also, on the RC lift; I know that the instruction give 95 and 105 as the torque specs, but over the phone they told me that about 80 is best. If its to tight it won't let your shackles move properly.

Good Luck.





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