Yep. Bob, have fun with all the drilling ! ( I've done this one before ) As a side note, my RE kit is removed from the front, and the back is coming out in a couple days' time...any interested parties, contact me, I'm sellin cheap. You will love the improved ride the longarms will give you, along with the silly flex...just dont forget to clearance that upper (lower) control arm mount for the grease fittings, ...RE just doesnt leave enough room to service them properly. Rich
PPPRRREEEEEZZZZZZZ?? Come on XJ's lets show up all those round eyes ;D
oooh d**n you did go big with 7.5 inches of lift! That brakeline does sound a bit short with that much lift, but it will all hinge on the shocks..if they are long enough to let the back extend to stretch the line, you may have trouble, or maybe not....just as a side note, I forgot to mention that you can stretch out the front brakeline brackets a couple inches too, use the new brackets and screws to relocate them as far down on the uniframe as you can.. it will save you from having to fi nd ou the hard way that they arent long enough.. (again, this depends on shock length) Rich
ah so you are running the 5.5" leafsprings and boomerang shackles? They didnt have them in stock when I ordered mine, I had to go with 4.5" springs/1.5 shackles and an 1.5" tapered block to get it....I hear the 5.5 springs are a lot longer (better)....and they will soften with use....Rubicon does a very good job with their spring rates and shocks....mine rode great.. Rich
rockauto: I just updated the discount code at the top of this thread!
Jan 6, 2017 10:59:19 GMT -5
sunwolf: Need help in rewiring 1990 xj steering column replacement,..........I'm not familiar with the wiring plugs and don't know where they all go! It was given to me after the wires were pulled for me to find out,.........any hekp is appreciated!
Mar 2, 2017 12:06:33 GMT -5