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"HELPFUL ACCESSORIES OUT ON THE TRAIL"

EXTRA EQUIPMENT

Welder,air compressor,
Tow strap,Chains,
Shovel,Axe,
Hi lift jack,Jumper cables,
4 way,Spare parts,SPARK PLUGS,WIRES VALVES,(big assortment)
Tools (alot),Spare fluids (every kind),
Lock tight,fix a flat,wd-40,etc,etc,etc,
Spare tire (duh),Gerry can
C.B,Compass,
First-aid kit,Fire extinguisher,
Flashlights (extra batteries,
HELPFUL HINT: BUNGEE IT ALL DOWN
MORE COMING SOON

"TOOL'S"

Here is a pretty good list of tools that you will need if you own a CHEROKEE:This is a list for the serious do it yourselfer.It's a good start

Combination wrench set (1/4 in. to 1 in. or 6 mm to 19mm)
Adjustable wrenchs,
Spark plug wrench with rubber insert
Spark plug gap adjusting tool
Feeler gauge set
Brake bleeder wrench
Screwdriver set
Combination pliers
Hacksaw
Tire pressure gauge
Grease gun
Oil can
Fine emery cloth
Wire brush
Battery post cleaner
Oil filter wrench
Funnel
Jackstands
Drain pan
Socket sets
Reversible ratchets
Extensions
Universal joint
Torque wrench
Ball peen hammer
Soft-face hammer(plastic/rubber)
Vice grips
Linesmans pliers
Needlenose pliers
Snap ring pliers
Cold chisel
Scribe
Scraper
Centerpunch
Pin punches
Allen wrench set
Files
Hammer
Service wrenches
Magnetic pick-up tool

And most of all if you own a JEEP you better get yourself a good assorment set of star drivers. "trust me"

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"STEP BY STEP MODIFICATION'S"

"If you didn't break anything...You didn't try hard enough"

This page is for those do it yourselfers that get the satisfaction of building your own rig. Remember a jeep isn't bought its built.

Safari Snorkel install

"UNDER CONSTRUCTION"

Antenna Save I've got a power antenna on my Cherokee and the first disadvantage I noticed was that anytime the stereo is on the antenna deploys, whether the radio is in use or not. Out in the bushes this is hazardous to the 200.00 antenna, and since radio reception in the trails is marginal at best I usually have the tape going. To avoid having to periodically replace a busted antenna I put a switch in the antenna line so that I can stow the antenna while listening to tapes. The operation is quit simple. On the passenger side of the Cherokee, under the dashboard is where the antenna relay is located. It has two leads going into it from the radio/tape deck- Lead A(Red/Tan wire), and lead B(Grey wire). Cut lead B (Grey wire) coming from the radio/tape deck into the relay. This is the power antenna control wire. Splice a rocker switch into this so that the ON position of the switch provides power to the relay and the OFF position opens the circuit. When the tape is on, by turning this switch OFF, you can stow the antenna and have no worries about that tree branch intersecting your power antenna to the detriment of the antenna.

Check out these links when your tired of working on your rig.

SEARS CRAFTSMAN
why not get tools that are warranted "price list"
JEEP CHEROKEE XJ FORUM
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