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  1. Should be lift, wheels and tires, front bumper, winch and recovery gear bra you lost me with the snorkel kit never needed one it’s a waste of money they do nothing if your in water and the jeep dies and you hydro lock your motor it’s like telling a JK guy angry eyes gives you better gas mileage

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  2. I'm in Miami and I'm selling my 1999 Cherokee 4×4 Sport w/ RV Tow Bar & Lights.

    1) Headliner and visor liner replaced (as pics will show)

    2) 4 New Tires

    3) Shocks

    4) U-Joints—Sway Bar End Links—Front Hub Bearings

    5) Rear Main Oil Seal—Oil Pan Gasket—Oil Filter Adaptor O Rings

    6) Head Gasket (6K ago)

    7) A/C Compressor—-A/C Line—A/C Condenser Fan—Fan Clutch

    8) Aluminum Radiator—Radiator Hoses—Thermostat

    9) Fuel Pump—-Fuel Injectors—Cam, Crank and TPS Sensors

    10) Alternator and Starter

    11) Recent Tune Up with Cap, Rotor and Wires w/ Ignition Coil

    Well over @ $2700 in parts and labor, all receipts available. Clean title! no rust!
    $5,000

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  3. How about not throwing a3 in lift kit on it.I love my 2001Jeep Cherokee sport. But I ain't never going in the woods.So why do you have to put a 3in lift on it to be cool? I don't get it.I am looking to replace the springs new air shocks bigger tires not Baja oversized tires. More like some wide and just fatter 18s new helper leaf springs along with my Monroe air shocks in the back. Old school style stance a little higher in the back I don't know?I love it. I put new a head cylinder on it alternator water pump radiator fan & shroud brake lines exhaust power steering lines only rust drivers door.cold Ac it stopped Squeaking with ac on. I Love myJeep Cherokee sport. It's old but reliable will continue to improve it and .prove you dont have to destroy it in the woods.Lol But of course that's your choice. Keep on Jeeping😎

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  4. In order when you have a winch, you must upgrade the alternator… Remember; winches requires lots of juice from your battery…if possible use a double battery setup

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  5. Lost me at snorkel. I would have thought a good deep cycle battery to accompany that winch or a good steering inner box stiffener to go along with the upgraded bumper.

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  6. Just buy a 05 06 Wk Grand Cherokee Limited for $4000 (Quadradrive II already has varilock axles}, and put on a cheap 2.5" spacer lift and 33's. Sell your XJ for $7000 and finish tricking out the WK. Sounds crazy, but that's what I did and Im much happier. The WK is better in every way

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  7. My personal list of five things:
    1. Recovery points
    2. If you don't want to spend $$$ on a decent winch — At least have a recovery rope and a Harbor Freight come-along.
    3. Tires
    4. Real center skid plate, T/C doesn't bounce off rocks gracefully
    5. Axle upgrade (if you don't already have a LS/locking d44)– quality chromoly shafts + locker, or full axle swap.

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  8. So 33’s with a locker in a Dana 35 or Dana 30. Why would you recommend a gay snorkel and not chromoly axle shafts. Also why didn’t you go with the rough country long arm lift. It doesn’t add too much more $$ for what you get out of it. Another good add on is a upgraded track bar to get rid of the ball joint on the body side.

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  9. Dont do this guys, this was really bad advise honestly. Put a locker in your front dana 30? Bro no, get you a 44 or an 8.25 in the rear and an ox locker. Gear box mount stiffening maybe? A decent set of disconnects? How about tuning bump stops to fit your larger tires without rubbing depending on your amount of fender trimming? Some beefier steering components so you dont bend them on a rock. Theres 5 right there, if you already have a lift, focus on pracrital mods that will make your jeep stonger or more practical for offroading. Or you can go buy a snorkel and get "less dust in the intake" like your jeep doesnt come with an air box with an air filter that is under a hood and well above where water should be. Smh. Bonus mod – regear for your bigger tires and then put the correct tooth count speed sensor in so your trans shifts correctly and speedo works. 😁

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  10. Snorkle works if you properly do it right, jus like he said, and water proof certain things, like distributor and die electric grease in your wires , most these people on here commenting have no clue what they are talking about, if u know how to fine tune stuff and stop expecting everything to be a perfectly painted picture when u buy and install , shit would work out for you, nothing wrong with short arms as long asnu don't go past 3.5 inch lift, otherwise push for a bds mid arm kit between 5.5 and 6 inches , mostbyou cannot afford the full kit ,push for long arms after 6.5 inches and no less than. 37s, at that point your pushing the axles, now install half ton of one tons, which most people commenting cannot do, oh and now it's time to rethink your build because fucking up the center of gravity on an xj just makes itnblow after that so, now u need higher end parts to make that work, now your digging inti a thought process that makes you want to sell the Jeep and buy a new Wrangler, if you can't mid the xj properly stay away from it , because they are absolutely awesome vehicles, and a rough country lift is not bad especially if you're not doing anything but driving thru some local trails, unless you rock crawl and spend 95 percent of your time on the trail avoid the longarms because it requires other mods such as high end steering and frame mods because your now pushing the Jeep even further, so stick with the rough country lift or something equal, people are finding out you either build the xj and make it right, or just best the dog shit out of with some 33s and bastard packs, or make it a street Jeep, point is it's slot more complicated and complex to build the xj correctly, but once done it's amazing, so if you're not up to the challenge , unlike building a Wrangler which is 95 percent bolts ons and it's great of course afterwords, or go straight towards a rock crawler Wrangler 100 percent then don't knock the xj because you're probably in capable of such a build…and yes they rust , but take care of it before hand and it'll last a lifetime, all jeeps rust… All vehicles rust…

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  11. Snorkle works if you properly do it right, jus like he said, and water proof certain things, like distributor and die electric grease in your wires , most these people on here commenting have no clue what they are talking about, if u know how to fine tune stuff and stop expecting everything to be a perfectly painted picture when u buy and install , shit would work out for you, nothing wrong with short arms as long asnu don't go past 3.5 inch lift, otherwise push for a bds mid arm kit between 5.5 and 6 inches , mostbyou cannot afford the full kit ,push for long arms after 6.5 inches and no less than. 37s, at that point your pushing the axles, now install half ton of one tons, which most people commenting cannot do, oh and now it's time to rethink your build because fucking up the center of gravity on an xj just makes itnblow after that so, now u need higher end parts to make that work, now your digging inti a thought process that makes you want to sell the Jeep and buy a new Wrangler, if you can't mid the xj properly stay away from it , because they are absolutely awesome vehicles, and a rough country lift is not bad especially if you're not doing anything but driving thru some local trails, unless you rock crawl and spend 95 percent of your time on the trail avoid the longarms because it requires other mods such as high end steering and frame mods because your now pushing the Jeep even further, so stick with the rough country lift or something equal, people are finding out you either build the xj and make it right, or just best the dog shit out of with some 33s and bastard packs, or make it a street Jeep, point is it's slot more complicated and complex to build the xj correctly, but once done it's amazing, so if you're not up to the challenge , unlike building a Wrangler which is 95 percent bolts ons and it's great of course afterwords, or go straight towards a rock crawler Wrangler 100 percent then don't knock the xj because you're probably in capable of such a build…and yes they rust , but take care of it before hand and it'll last a lifetime, all jeeps rust… All vehicles rust…

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  12. The ONLY way properly lift a jeep involves long arms. Ottherwise you will constantly be fighting issues. Nearly every problem people are fighting online after lift are due to short arms…

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  13. Best thing to do is sell the Jeep and buy a Toyota Hilux. At least the Toyota electronics are waterproofed and the transfer cases don't explode.

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