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Old 09-10-2015, 12:30 PM   #201 (permalink)
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when I was on my moab trip I kept having gear axle leaking of my rear axle which I temporarily fixed with the RIGHT Stuff gasket sealer. we thought it was the axle seals but after many times of driving and wheeling we have figured out that we think the original breather tube in the 9" axle tube was never sealed when the rear brace was welded on or there is a hole in the tube inside the rear brace so gear fluid is leaking into the rear brace then dripping out the sides when I lean the jeep to the side.

the white circle areas are where I have now welded up the brace so looks like i may be carrying extra diff fluid if anyone ever needs any when wheeling

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Old 09-28-2015, 08:44 AM   #202 (permalink)
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finally took off the rear air shocks and drained and refilled the fluid..hoping this helps a bunch when going over woops

they had about 275cc in them and we filled them to 400 to test and see the difference







difference in old oil vs new oil
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seems like I am always still finding things to change or fix

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Old 10-15-2015, 09:43 PM   #204 (permalink)
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Jeep turned out awesome. Maybe I missed it but what gears are you running? Dan is the man! My only saving grace is closing on a house other wise a 4 link kit would be on a ups truck somewhere with my name on it.
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Jeep turned out awesome. Maybe I missed it but what gears are you running? Dan is the man! My only saving grace is closing on a house other wise a 4 link kit would be on a ups truck somewhere with my name on it.
thanks man.

I have 5.29 gears
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Happy to say I took the Jeep out and it did awesome..

this is always a great view when starting the weekend


the 4 link kit flexed great and made easy work of some very hard trails in Harlan KY

Trails we did, lower rock garden, middle rock garden, upper rock garden, killing time, Lower Profanity, Upper Profanity, lions den and a few more I forget the names

On Thursday around 5:30, we headed up to the trails… it was getting close to dark, so we decided to hit some of the closer trails:





Lower Rock Garden:
The Jeep did great but I quickly learned that my tires were not aired down enough.. so that was on the to do list for Friday



Fish Fossil:
It was now dark there was mud and still not much traction. It was a good opportunity to test out the new LED light bar.. IE: only time I have actually had a reason to use it



Day 2: Friday, March 4







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Old 03-07-2016, 10:50 AM   #207 (permalink)
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Day 3: Saturday, March 5


Lions Den:



A buddy asked to ride shotgun


Me exiting the Den
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BbYPWAfOE7w

And how not to drive up the trail
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The other video of me dropping into lions den finally uploaded

http://youtu.be/yzFBlZPYKhU
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Looks like an awesome trip! I love wheeling in Harlan! Nice build!
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Watched both of the videos...the suspension looked very balanced. I am even more stoked that I got one of Dans 4 link setups...now to get mine finished up/
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Looks like an awesome trip! I love wheeling in Harlan! Nice build!

Thanks.

Harlan is an awesome trail system
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Watched both of the videos...the suspension looked very balanced. I am even more stoked that I got one of Dans 4 link setups...now to get mine finished up/

I am very happy with this setup. Good luck with yours
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Outstanding build. . . As usual.

Hey, your 9" rear axel is still alive. I just drove the XJ to work the other day in the snow and it did great. I still need to finish up the tube fender flares, so I can pass inspection (damn PA laws).

Can't wait to see more progress on this one. . .

Some serious suspension on that XJ with that Satellite Dish on the roof
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After wheeling it a bunch and having to deal with wet conditions and not having a good way to cover the jeep at night after wheeling except by using a trap which tore the last time out, it was time to upgrade and get a deal Jeep cover.. I looked a few from the more mass produced companies and the quality was just not there..

I found GR8TOPS – Jeep half hardtops expert and there Jeep Jacket..

Let me say holy crap this is a heavy duty canvas with metal clips and it even fits with my light bar on.. if I took the light bar off I am sure it would be very tight and snug as a bug..

















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funny with the vent line on the housing leaking
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after many attempts to have a good catch can for my fuel breather/over flow I finally upgraded.. found a real cheap deal on amazon and grabbed it.. now we will see how this one does in a few weeks when I go wheeling

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Awesome build man! This thread has now got me considering going with Motobilt 4 link kit instead of keeping leafs and going with their full width kit. Great job overcoming the setbacks involved in your setup. Keep the updates coming man.
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Well I am very happy to say that I saved up and spent some money and man was it so worth it. Got rid of the rear spool and but in an Arb and wow what a difference it is driving the jeep. The road and trail manners were awesome.

My turning radius is crazy tight and being able to lock them when I want was awesome while we were at bear wallow wheeling.
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Did your motobilt 4 link kit sit flush against the bottom of the frame or was it raised up where the stock skid plate mounted to the frame?
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Did your motobilt 4 link kit sit flush against the bottom of the frame or was it raised up where the stock skid plate mounted to the frame?


Mine used the 3 stock mounting holes in the frame to line it all up and then welded it on
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How's the front 2 piece shaft holding up? How fast have you driven in 4wd? Have you noticed any vibes? Great build.
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How's the front 2 piece shaft holding up? How fast have you driven in 4wd? Have you noticed any vibes? Great build.


I am happy to say that I have had no issues with driveshaft. Probably only 35mph or so in 4wheel drive. I can do 60 on regular roads in 2 wheel drive.
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How are the air shocks for driving on the highway? I thought that air shock would heat up and start to fade.

Also, are they the same diameter as the ones you had on your xj?
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