Walker 53458 1997 TJ 2.5″ Collector Pipe
Routes in front of the oil pan well instead of the stock YJ pipe which routes under the transmission
Bosch 15704 o2 Sensor
Instead of trying to rescue my current sensor
Magnaflow 94606 2.5″ Catalytic Converter
Supposed to be a freer flowing cat
Magnaflow 12226 2.5″ Stainless Muffler
Lifetime warranty, non-baffled, straight through muffler
Walker Exhaust tailpipe 44966
Nothing special, standard routed 2.25″ tailpipe
Those are not my high-beams.
I’m sorry that my YJ sits as high as it does. I also apologize that your 1985 Cavalier RS sits that low.
At this point, all I can say is that you are lucky I haven’t done my HID conversion yet. And before you ask, yes my lamps are adjusted properly given the height of the vehicle and the width of the headlight mounts.
My armor setup on the YJ is finally complete.
All that needs to be done is sealing and paint touch up.
Thumbnails are of the front armor, more pics of the rear armor as well, after the jump.
Since it’s too cold out to actually do any work, it’s time to make plans for the future.
I need to work on multiple systems on my YJ. Recovery, electrical, suspension and a seeping leak etc.
Luke over at Frontier 4×4, is currently designing a front bumper to house the Smittybilt XRC8 I will be buying soon.
Move hi-lift to rollbars or hood.
I will be putting LED replacement dash lights in. Half the bulbs I have are burnt out.
Get gauges working or replaced.
Alternator upgrade for winch use.
Install dash speakers.
Install 12Vdc air compressor.
Wire in XRC8 winch.
Anyone who wheels Jeeps has mostly likely done it. It was done to my YJ just before I bought it.
What I’m talking about is chopping the exhaust. Whether it be a rock or your own axle, your exhaust system will get crushed at some point.
The trail fix for this is usually cutting the exhaust pipe off just behind the muffler.
Earlier this morning the YJ started making this clanking grinding sound which appears to be coming from the rear axle.
After some brief troubleshooting, I determined (I think) that it’s NOT the TC or drive shaft.
1. I must be underway, forward or reverse
2. It seems to be louder in turns, specifically forward turns
3. It appears to always be there, just louder sometimes
It was 1am so I didn’t get much done with it but my thoughts are I finally killed the D35 (good thing it’s not the new 8.8) or something let loose in the brake drum.
Since we’ve been licensed to drive, we’ve owned quite a few vehicles. Everything from 4×2 pickups to chevy citations and full-size 4×4 trucks. But here we are going to talk about the Jeep and Eagle vehicles we owned and what we think/thought of them.
Owned: 1993 – 1998
(blakntan) Car was a base model DL and quite the pooch. It also didn’t brake well in traffic. Automatic seatbelt not friendly to those who imbibe the occasional beer (hit to the head).
(blakbetty) Base model so not a lot of options. Great on gas mileage, sporty but not too much power to get into trouble. Not kid friendly.
We are now officially a 3 Jeep family. So long $$$$, jk.
The project jeep is going to be going away. lack of time, funds, space…..The 94 YJ (heep as Chris so affectionately calls it) is now the rolling project. My ’00 TJ is still stock, not looking to do too many mods. Have a ‘black out’ project planned but it will be just bits at a time. Here’s what I’ve got planned for it so far:
black headlight rings
black door mirror mounts
rocker guards/side steps
tinted soft top windows
powder coat wheels