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jlattin’s 1999 Jeep Cherokee

Jared's 1999 XJ, Moab Videos, long arm lift, lo...

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  • Engine Size
    N/A
  • HP
    200
  • 0-60 Time
    N/A
  • Weight
    -1
  • 1/4m sec
    N/A
  • Torque
    -1
  • Top Speed
    -1 mph
  • Exterior Color
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  • Interior Color
    N/A
  • Mobile Electronics Hella Lighting

    Date Installed
    Oct. 23, 2010

    Installed 10/23/2010

  • Chassis & Suspension Rusty's Off-Road Springs

    Date Installed
    Oct. 23, 2010

    Installed 10/23/2010

  • Chassis & Suspension Rusty's Off-Road Shocks

    Date Installed
    Oct. 23, 2010

    Installed 10/23/2010

  • Tires BFGoodrich Tires

    Date Installed
    Mar. 11, 2005

    Installed 03/11/2005

  • Mobile Electronics Audiobahn Subwoofers

    Date Installed
    Mar. 11, 2005

    Installed 03/11/2005

  • Mobile Electronics Pioneer Speakers

    Date Installed
    Mar. 11, 2005

    Installed 03/11/2005

  • Air & Fuel Delivery K&N Intake

    Date Installed
    Mar. 11, 2005

    Installed 03/11/2005

  • Mobile Electronics Alpine Head Unit

    Date Installed
    Mar. 11, 2005

    Installed 03/11/2005

  • Exhaust Flowmaster Exhaust

    Date Installed
    Mar. 11, 2005

    Installed 03/11/2005

  • Mobile Electronics Kenwood Amplifier

    Date Installed
    Mar. 11, 2005

    Installed 03/11/2005

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Comments (116)
  • riderdom41
    nice xj - romps well, nice job on the lift
  • Gar93
    Hey, I like your Jeep. I have a friend that's about to inherit one and he's thinking about going the direction you went with the lift. So anyway, I own a 1989 Ford Bronco (stock suspension) and I've been thinking about a lift for a while, but my issue is that buying a lift and having it installed would cost about 1200 bucks. I'm 16, I can't afford that. After reviewing your page, I'm now seriously considering buying a 4 or 5 inch lift and installing it myself. Like you before your project, I know nothing about lifts or installations, pretty much nothing at all about cars. But I'm very money-conscious and I'm all about saving every last penny. Then again, I don't want to try this by myself and end up royally screwing my Bronco to hell with irreparable damage or something that would cost more to be fixed than the installation would in the first place. Any advice on my situation? Guidance? Feedback would be highly appreciated. My member name is gar93. Just put it in a search and click on my guestbook.
  • drum4life
    I had death wobble after my lift but when i put bigger tires on it and got them balanced it went away i though i was going to have to buy a stabalizer. check out my xj somtime and tell me what you think.
  • muddfliger
    come take a look at my XJ. I updated the last page and you can see that the "death wobble" got the best of me. I snapped the mount for the track bar and the ball joints went. Check it out...dont let it happen to you...JOE
  • muddfliger
    good lookin XJ. nice pick with the lift. i have the same problem with the death wobble. i went to get it aligned and they told me it didn't need it and its just the front left tire. i know they are wrong because if it was just the front left tire, it wouldnt shake the whole jeep. i have a steering stabilzer on it and it hasnt really helped. i ordered new tires and wheels and i should habe them on soon. i finally figured out two things that will help it, and it is to replace the ball joints and hubs. i will let you know what happens after i do it. its kind of expensive but im sure it will be worth it. if that doesnt work, i have no idea what i am going to do. keep me posted. come take a look at my XJ and tell me what you think. JOE
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