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11-09-2019 01:35 PM
Vintage Smoke
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Originally Posted by nickjc13 View Post
I honestly forgot about this for the longest time. I can post pictures if people would like to see it.
Um...YES!! Please...
11-06-2019 04:45 AM
Keydet15
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Originally Posted by nickjc13 View Post
I honestly forgot about this for the longest time. I can post pictures if people would like to see it.


Surely!


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11-05-2019 10:12 PM
nickjc13 I honestly forgot about this for the longest time. I can post pictures if people would like to see it.
08-17-2018 07:12 PM
jeepman2250 What happened to this thread? I really wanna see the coil mounts and link setup
06-10-2016 09:09 AM
nickjc13 I will post some later today, I just got back from my honeymoon so that's the reason why I haven't responded.
05-21-2016 04:03 PM
CobraMarty Really want to see how you did the coilovers.
05-21-2016 03:07 PM
CherryXJ Post it up! I'd love to see it as I am dreaming of my 4-link but not sure how I am going to do it yet
05-13-2016 11:11 PM
AKIQPilot Nice work Nick.

Looks like it came out pretty good. Post up some more pictures of your build. More pictures are always good. Helps people develop their own idea how to get something done.
05-06-2016 08:55 PM
Bamaguy84 I'm in the process of gathering parts to do a 94 Cherokee. I'd like to see how you did yours.
05-03-2016 09:35 AM
94cheapjeep post up some more pictures
04-09-2016 01:22 PM
a1racer
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Originally Posted by nickjc13 View Post
is anyone interested in seeing the rest of this build? It is basically finished and I brought it to Choccoloco Mountain for a shake down run. If there is interest I will do the build thread.
Post it up lots of people read the threads but never comment lots of people lurk here to see 1 ton jeeps.
04-09-2016 10:36 AM
Baláke I wanna see how the 4 link fits up front
04-08-2016 11:32 AM
nickjc13
04-08-2016 11:14 AM
nickjc13 is anyone interested in seeing the rest of this build? It is basically finished and I brought it to Choccoloco Mountain for a shake down run. If there is interest I will do the build thread.
03-08-2016 04:52 PM
nickjc13
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Originally Posted by PharmD2B31 View Post
I would have done a Dana 60 or a 14 bolt. Probably the Dana 60 due to locker choices. ��
quit being a smart ass. Ha Just because you know the problems I have been having with this axle.
03-08-2016 04:49 PM
nickjc13 I like it all but the fact that the front uppers still use a bushing mounted on the axle like the factory. It has made it a pain in the ass. And I hate that I still have to run a trac bar. Id much rather be fully triangulated but I did not want to have to build a crossmember so this was the next best option.


I will be finishing this thread very soon. Jeep is almost complete.
03-04-2016 08:58 AM
tjbuggie sorry for the thread hijack, but how do you like the BDS 4 link front??
01-15-2016 05:43 PM
nickjc13 I will have to re organize this thread once I can get on a computer. Too hard to do it on an iPad. But here is a teaser front end pic.

01-15-2016 05:39 PM
PharmD2B31
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Setting up the rear:

I would have done a Dana 60 or a 14 bolt. Probably the Dana 60 due to locker choices. 😁
01-15-2016 05:38 PM
PharmD2B31 Looks good Nick!!!!
01-15-2016 05:36 PM
nickjc13 Setting up the rear:


01-15-2016 05:32 PM
nickjc13 Seats and Cage:

01-15-2016 05:24 PM
nickjc13 I have to get the pics off the back up hard drive but here are a few before and during pics .
Before the rebuild





Every Part with the exception of rims/tires for the rebuild:

Before the tear down:


01-14-2016 11:05 PM
nickjc13 I bought them from a friend who bought them from a friend who ran them. Hence why only one Reid. But now knowing what I know I should have sold the rear end or trashed it and got a 60. The original owner liked to mud ride and ride through a lot of water. One shaft came out like butter the other shaft was hell. After trying everything I could, we cut the center pin out of the carrier. Put a rail road iron through the other side and whaled on it. Shaft wouldn't come out. Heated up, still nothing, ended up having to cut out the carrier and then cutting through the carrier/bearing/ and shaft just to get the main part of the shaft out. Then once I got the shaft out, I could not get the spindle nut off of that side. The spindle was mushroomed perfectly. I hear this can be from running the wrong hubs but I am not sure. I had to grind the mushroom down to get the spindle nut off. Then once I got that i had to pay someone to cut off the bad part of the spindle in order to spin the new nut on. I am still looking for a thinner spindle nut to possibly double nut the spindle.
01-14-2016 10:34 PM
ranger4.0 Sounds like he got matching axles out of a donor vehicle
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