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Knoxville
24 years old
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Join Date: 08-07-2009
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Total Posts: 500 
Last Activity 11-14-2012
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SMITTYMAN'S JEEP
Year & Model  
2000 XJ Cherokee
Engine  
4.0L Inline 6
Transmission  
Aisin-Warner AW-4 4-speed automatic
Transfer Case  
Np 231
Front Axle  
Dana 30
Rear Axle  
Chrysler 8.25
Gear Ratio  
3.55
Suspension  
Stock Coils up front & Stock Leafs in back
Tires  
31x10.50's BfGoodrich A/T's
Wheels  
Stock Steel
Recovery  
Tow Strap
Accessories  
Cobra Cb, Yakima Roof Bars, 4 Offroad Lights
mounted on lightbar
Future Mods  
Bastard Pack Leafs, ZJ Coils + Spacers, TC Drop,
New Shocks, Home Depot Quick Disconnects, ETC
Clubs  
Karns Crew Off Road
 
INSTALLED PRODUCTS
Armor
Audio, CB, & Electrical
Axles
Body
Engine
Interior
Recovery
Suspension
Tires & Wheels
Transfer Case
Transmissions

JEEP HISTORY
I've wanted a Jeep for awhile now. I loved
to go offroading, just didn't have the
proper vehicle. Once my first car finally
gave (250,000 miles) I decided it was
time. I looked at a couple Cherokees, but
this one seemed like it was for me. I've
had this Jeep for half a year now.

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Patriot Blue Y2K XJ. Big plans, small wallet.
http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f22/00-xj -sport-daily-driver-build-thread-908084- new/

SMITTYMAN'S VIDEOS
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Funny showcase of my Jee

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SMITTYMAN'S COMMENTS
YEEHAW88
11/30/2009 10:32 PM

Um tomorrow is a no go for me. If you want me to help with the cleaning it'll have to be thursday.

YEEHAW88
11/30/2009 10:23 PM

No prob man that's what fellow jeepers are for! But that sounds perfect man...I'll give ya a call in the next few days and get all the finer details worked out

YEEHAW88
11/30/2009 10:13 PM

alright i do have class friday i'm out at 12:45 so if it's after that I can totally give you a ride no problem. I can make some calls and see if I can find a battery. I'll also check with Ross and Alan at Advance and see if they will let me use one temporarily. What time friday are you supposed to bring it to the shop?

YEEHAW88
11/30/2009 10:01 PM

Awesome! If you need help with anything...a ride back from the shop or a fellow jeeper to go along on the after repair test drive lol just give me a shout. I'ts about time you changed jewel's tampon haha

YEEHAW88
11/30/2009 9:54 PM

Fix Your Jeep! I'm begging you! I don't even drive it and I miss it! lol I forgot what day you said it was goin in the shop?

Draper
09/15/2009 7:27 AM

Hey Smittyman! Sorry for the late response. If I would do it all over again I would buy complete leaf springs for the rear. The Skyjacker Add-A-Leaf ride hard and squeak. The front spacers work great and they installed with ease. As far as other parts, I installed a Rubicons Express rear brake line stainless steel extension. My Jeep was already an 1 1/2" higher then your standard Jeep Cherokee due to the Up-Country suspension option from the factory. When all was done my Jeep was 3 1/4" higher then a stock Jeep. BTW...My Jeep didn't sag a bit prior to installing the budget lift. Hope this helps!





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