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    Default 8.8 4.10s thats going in the Cherokee

    i need to get all new brakes
    ruff stuff specialties brackets are in transit with diff cover
    the drive-shaft adapter
    and maybe a locker if i have the money after whats above

    so with out further or do here it is




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    What did you use to clean the housing and tubes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5-speed XJ View Post
    i need to get all new brakes
    ruff stuff specialties brackets are in transit with diff cover
    the drive-shaft adapter
    and maybe a locker if i have the money after whats above
    i would at least drop an aussie in. way easier when its out of the truck.

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    why did you take the backing plates off
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    to grind all the rust off and i need to bend them back in to shape i might just cut them shorter so i can still have a ebrake which i need to figure out because its all junk

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSSFC View Post
    What did you use to clean the housing and tubes?

    Tim
    knotted wire wheel


    5-speed XJ added 7 Minutes and 9 Seconds later...

    im getting this next week

    with this

    and i need to get one of these
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    Quote Originally Posted by 5-speed XJ View Post
    to grind all the rust off and i need to bend them back in to shape i might just cut them shorter so i can still have a ebrake which i need to figure out because its all junk


    they are a pain to line back up perfect so the e brake will work. idk what im gonna do for an e brake on mine yet. i used those same brackets. beefy stuff.
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    yeah im going to see what its going to take to get it to work but for now im just going to do the reg brakes and get it all welded up and painted and through it in
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    Quote Originally Posted by 5-speed XJ View Post


    knotted wire wheel



    Looked wet, thought you might have used that evaporust or something!

    That reminds me, I hate wire wheeling things!

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    Hey we need to weld the tubes up.
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    where I got my adapter and this will link you to the correct one you will need: http://www.dennysdriveshaft.com/p524...d_8.8_inc.html

    I have e-brake cables from a ZJ in mine. Not like I use my e-brake ever because my TJ is an auto, but it's there and it works.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mach2NH View Post
    Hey we need to weld the tubes up.
    yeah i know i was going to primer it today and i remembered that
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    i am putting a full spool in mine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 06kjltd View Post
    where I got my adapter and this will link you to the correct one you will need: http://www.dennysdriveshaft.com/p524...d_8.8_inc.html

    I have e-brake cables from a ZJ in mine. Not like I use my e-brake ever because my TJ is an auto, but it's there and it works.
    i can get my cables too work its the actual ebrake assembly that i need to buy it pritty much fell apart when i took it apart and the backing plates need some loving to get back straight
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    I have one of these on order because my pinion bearing is bad

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve L View Post
    i am putting a full spool in mine.

    Just to let you know. To run a full spool you need to run a C-clip eliminator.
    But the flange on the axle was not meant to hold side loads like that and they can and have broken off under moderate use. The kit was more for strip use.
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    i found what i was looking for on NAXJA i can use 66' Mustang front braklines for the rear brakes and just run new hard line like this


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