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u/Flowmaster44 · 1 pointr/CherokeeXJ

For budget mods, the best bang for the buck in my opinion is lighting. Its nice to be able to see where you're going. The headlights on your Cherokee use H6054 sealed beams. Many people replace those sealed beams with composite headlights which allow the user to replace the bulb inside of the housing. That opens you up to a myriad of bulb choices. Be sure that whatever housings you get are DOT approved. Most of the stuff you see on eBay and Amazon are for offroad or show use only, not designed to be used on roads. That's because many of them have not been through the testing procedure of the department of transportation. If you run headlights that are not DOT approved, you could get pulled over for it or fail your safety inspection if your state does inspections.

The best way to increase the lighting on the front of your Cherokee is to either buy or make a relay harness for the headlights. From the factory, the voltage goes through the headlight switch and out to the headlights. The length of wire, thickness of wire, and condition of the switch can negatively affect the delivery of power to your lights. Only a small drop in voltage can have very noticeable effects on the output of the lights. The fix is to utilize relays to draw power directly off of the battery and feed that power to your lights. All the factory wiring stays in place and is used to trigger relays rather than supply power to the lights directly. Here is a link you can follow if you want to make one yourself. If you'd rather buy one, many Cherokee drivers are going with one made by Putco. Some of the reviews of that product specifically talk about using it on Cherokees.

Buying a kit, following the directions, and watching a couple of youtube videos showing how to install it will be a pretty simple project for you and not cost a lot of money.

Other budget mods include mixing and matching of parts with other Jeeps you'll find at the junk yard. The tie rod from a ZJ (1993-1998 Grand Cherokee) with the V8 engine is thicker and more sturdy than the tie rod that comes on a Cherokee. It'll fit and gives you increased strength. The control arms from WJ Grand Cherokees (1999-2004) are fully boxed instead of the U channel of our XJ's control arms and are bent inward to accommodate wider tires without rubbing.

u/atetuna · 3 pointsr/CherokeeXJ

$83.94 IPF housings
$20.98 Hella H4 55/100W
$27.34 Putco harness
$14.56 Backup relays

$146.82 for a sharp cutoff and much more light on the road, and an incredible high beam, delivered in two days if you have an Amazon Prime membership. I bet you use high beams a lot now, but you'll probably rarely feel the need to use them on the road with this setup.

$147.99 for a 50 inch light bar. Even though the headlights offer a lot of light, having extra flood would be great when off road. I don't actually have this yet, but I plan on buying it as a reward for getting some work done on my XJ. Mine is still new to me, and I haven't yet had the time to earn it yet.

Less than $300 and two days for an incredible amount of light output.

If I don't buy that light bar, it's because I'm getting a Cree light bar with XP/XT or XM emitters that I'll be upgrading...I'm on the hunt for a light bar that uses XTE emitters like this light because output can greatly be increased by swapping in XP-L's, and more than doubled if power can be increased. That mod is more of a hobbyist thing than an attempt to save money, and not all of them would be done anyway since it'd sacrifice some throw for flood.

u/Cncpcion · 1 pointr/CherokeeXJ

I pretty recently switched to Truck-Lite LED headlamps, which are complete units that are super energy efficient, bright as hell, pretty heavy duty, and are wired for our headlight plugs. They're pretty pricey, but I pulled the trigger on them on Amazon knowing I could return them if they weren't worth it. So far, they've been the most useful day-to-day upgrade I've done. They make driving at night actually pleasant. They're really incredible, though no photos online do them justice.

Here's an album with some photos of my front end:

And here's a link to the truck lites on Amazon, which are currently for sale for cheaper than I scored them.

Let me know if you've got any questions about them :)

u/Un_Pino_Alto · 2 pointsr/CherokeeXJ

It depends on what you want to do with it. If you want to clear big tires because it looks cool, you can keep your stock shocks. If you want it to flex, I'd leave the rear sway bar out completely when I built the springs. In fact, that's how I've done all of mine. Stock shocks will limit your flex, so this is something worth investing in.

Stock track bar will move your axle over a little but won't cause handling issues or odd tread wear. It'll last a long time on the street but suffer rapidly when you articulate through rock gardens and the like. They last a long time at three inches of lift, but not higher. You might get one run out of a stock track bar at 4.5 inches before it starts making noise. An adjustable track bar alleviates this.

Control arms are alright to four inches. Brake lines should be changed around there. Steering should be upgraded for 33" tires and up but stock steering has lasted me well on nearly 32s.

Definitely spend the $60 or so on extended bump stops and trim them as needed. The 4" stops can be cut down for lifts under 4" and install in the factory locations. These fit but I actually like the ones which don't. They have a softer hit but have to be turned down on a grinder to fit. I can link you to those if interested, they're excellent for overland.

SYE is really only important over 5" for your year. The 97-01s are slightly different in a way which necessitates it over 2.5" or so but you can get away with a transfer case drop. Remove the factory hardware, get longer bolts, make a spacer out of whatever fairly solid 1" scrap you have around, and use it to space the cross member for the transmission down. Maybe two dollars for the hardware A stack of washers works if you don't have access to a good scrap pile or steel supplier who sells drops.

Your sway bar links may mingle with the coil spring over 3" but it's to no detriment in my experience. Longer links with disconnects work better on the trail. You can always cut and extend the links with 1/2" cold roll.

Anything else?

u/mrtravis2772 · 1 pointr/CherokeeXJ

These lights are the ones I got. I love them. I think they look good and they’re plenty bright. With the high beams on, its REALLY bright. I’d definitely recommend them

u/vim_all_day · 3 pointsr/CherokeeXJ

I got great results out of the stock headlights by simply upgrading the wiring. I ordered one of these Putco harnesses intending to upgrade the bulbs later, but I got enough a big enough boost in light that I haven't found the need to upgrade the lights themselves.

If you decide to upgrade the bulbs, I'd recommend a more reliable harness, but this is a cheap/quick alternative.

Good luck!

u/Apotropaic_Sphinx · 9 pointsr/CherokeeXJ

A headlight harness will help a lot. H4 conversion housing like the ones made by Hella (I have the e-code) will be amazing.

I highly recommend against getting cheap flea-bay junk like those Cree lights. Spend the money on quality parts for your own safety and others on the road.

u/nothinginit · 1 pointr/CherokeeXJ

the autopal housings are great and take H4 bulbs. super easy refit, although you should also do a relay harness if you are going to overpower them because all the power goes through the headlight switch in the stock config.


Note that if you have fogs the highbeam cutoff circuit might malfunction if you install a relay harness. Some info here

TL;DR: Any h6054 housing will fit. Do a harness swap too.

Edit: the Autopal and some other housing brands are available with ECODE or DOT glass lenses, for LHD or RHD.
DOT means there is not as sharp a cutoff. This is used in the US because overhead road signs are not illuminated as they are in the EU. As another poster said, once you have the housing in with it's little stamp you pretty much have carte blanche for the bulbs

u/keboh · 1 pointr/CherokeeXJ

I am pretty well versed in jeeps, I've done several lifts and more than a few suspensions on various vehicles. I have the tools and know how to do everything, just as an FYI.

I am pretty set about getting the Zone 3" lift or possibly the RE 3.5" super-ride lift... regardless, that doesn't matter. the point is that both are available with AAL (long leaf) or full leaf pack.

Alright, so here is my question:

I've noticed that if I were to buy the Crown OEM-spec leaf pack (link below) and either AAL kit listed above, it would actually be cheaper than buying the kit with the full leaf pack included.

Can anyone see a reason why NOT to but a new Crown leaf pack, get an AAL as listed above and add it to that new pack, and save myself a little coin? Or is there a better reason to buy the full pack with the lift kit for the extra money?

Crown OEM leaf pack:

u/Red_xj · 4 pointsr/CherokeeXJ

I put a pair of HELLA 003427291 Vision Plus headlight kits in my jeep. Originally used the Putco harness but it corroded and left me with no headlights at night in the rain, so that was no fun. Made my own harness after that with much better materials than the putco and it's been working great so far.

Hella lights -

H4 connectors -

Relays -

The Jeep forum post I used for help -

u/playerofdayz · 2 pointsr/CherokeeXJ

What is your budget?

One other option you might want to look at is LED headlamps but you need to buy ones that have a distinct cuttoff for on-road use. I recently bought these cheapos that do not have a cut off hoping that I could make due but really I found you should never use those on the road since they are basically just an ultra bright flood lamp so I removed them.

As far as updating to better bulbs and a new housing I don't have experience there but I think you also have to factor in an upgraded harness too...

u/wordstrappedinmyhead · 3 pointsr/CherokeeXJ

My .02 worth for ya..... Go in this order instead of jumping right into a set of LED headlamps.

1 - Upgrade the wiring harness.

I installed a Putco harness in 2013 when I first got the XJ and it was a definitely improvement.
Putco 230004HW Premium Automotive Lighting H4 100W Heavy Duty Wiring Harness and Relay

Other folks have gone the eBay route, and I bought one of these on a whim (because it was stupid cheap) just to see if the quality was worth it.

Ended up not installing it because I had other things to work on instead of replacing the Putco harness that was working fine. Overall though, the quality was surprisingly good and I would have used it if I didn't already have the Putco harness.

For all the negative comments people have about the Putco upgrade harness, it's still working fine a little over 3yrs later. Knock on wood, of course.

2 - Get a set of H4 housings. I bought these off Amazon, but there are other reputable brands out there which work just fine.

GENSSI DOT H6054 7x6 Inch 200mm Headlights Pair with Bulbs Non-Sealed H6014/H6052/H6054

These came with some crappy OCONUS-made no-name bulbs that sucked balls and were immediately thrown in the garbage.

I went to my local PepBoys and grabbed a set of Sylvania SilverStar "Ultra Halogen" H4 bulbs and threw those in the housings.

Holy shit, #1 & #2 were an incredible upgrade to the shit stock XJ headlights.

If you're looking to stay right at or a hair under $100 that's the way to go.

Last year, I came into some $$$ and got it into my head that I wanted LED headlights. Went this route: Truck-Lite (27450C) Headlamp


Significant difference from the H4 bulbs + wiring harness upgrade but I'm honestly glad I did the H4 bulbs + wiring harness upgrade first.

Now that said... In hindsight, the LEDs weren't absolutely necessary and I could have put the $$$ into a SYE or something else.

But hey, ya learn as ya go. Right?

u/MP9 · 3 pointsr/CherokeeXJ

I bought these for my 96 Sport. Very bright and clean white. Had them since March and no issues. Had to bend one of the blades a little wider for better contact as one headlight didn’t want to stay on during installation but it is plug and play. Very happy and highly recommended.

(Pair) 5''x7'' 6''x7'' High Low Beam...

The difference from stock is night and day

u/PDXSCARGuy · 3 pointsr/CherokeeXJ

It's hard to beat the Chinese at this one... I've seen a guy on Facebook reselling prebuilt harnesses as his own creation, but I'm more interested in making a quality product that's going to outlast the rig it's installed on. I want my reputation to be built on quality and value for the dollar.


For $20:

For $40:

And at the premium/benchmark end:

If I could make and sell a harness that people would be interested in, I'd be game. We'd be talking OEM quality TXL wire, ceramic plugs, HELLA style relays... but it's not going to be $20. That's the hard part, being competitive in price and quality in relation to other offerings.

u/RC_1136 · 1 pointr/CherokeeXJ

I just put these in last week:


Very easy installation, and comes with the bulbs. However, I had to do some bending to get them to fit in the bumper.


Also, make sure you've upgraded the wiring harness as well. My cheap Chinese-eum relay harness decided to crap the bed right when I put these in. So I had to drive around for a week with brand new beautiful headlights that wouldn't turn on while I waited for a new harness to ship......

u/theorder20 · 2 pointsr/CherokeeXJ

Some Chinese brand but they have worked great for 4-5 months for me. They are about the same as the fancy halogen lights that you see in new cars like Lexus and Mercedes in terms of blinding people. But they are DOT certified. These just plugged right into the same plug on my 01 XJ, didn't have to change anything and installed in 5 minutes.

u/xc0z · 2 pointsr/CherokeeXJ


don't do a AAL or long ass shackles. that shit is hokey; throws off where your axle should be... compresses your driveshaft too.

Personally, i'd swap for a 8.8, then worry about your springs. you can adjust pinion angle instead of using those crapass shims, you get a LSD, a 8.8 ring gear, rear disc brakes(this is AWESOME with a WJ brake proportioning valve, 50/50 distribution), and a stronger input flange. LKQ charges $100 for a 97+ explorer axle. $10 for a 1310 ranger flange adapter(careful, some rangers have the same 1350 flange as explorers). it'll take some time to make it pretty, but it's a fucking awesome upgrade.

yeah, i went off on a tangent.

u/bthirsty · 1 pointr/CherokeeXJ

I purchased on feb 8th, amazon states. These are diffferent ones than the LXLights you posted, different model. I find that these project light pretty well down the road, much much better than the stock high beams did. I think the lows on this model were rated at like 2800LMS.

u/StirPickAlt · 3 pointsr/CherokeeXJ

They are probably the Amazon ones.

I bought a pair. They are pretty good. Much much brighter than stock and mine are aimed about right, it appears, so they aren't blinding people...yet.

u/amd_kenobi · 2 pointsr/CherokeeXJ

Couple of ideas for you.

  1. Convert your AC compressor to an air compressor

  2. Upgrade your suspension (as /u/aussie_jason suggested) to the upcountry option.
    This is a stock spring package that directly replaces your worn out springs and gives you around 1.5 inches of lift for less than $250. I did this to my 94 XJ and i can tell you that'll help make some room for for those 30s. It's also easily boosted to a 3 to3.5 inch lift for around $90 more.

    Front coils

    Rear leaves

    Edit: Look into getting longer bump stops as they'll help keep your tires out of the fenders. Here are the ones I picked up.
u/SnoopLion89 · 1 pointr/CherokeeXJ

I got the Hella housings that take an H4 bulb, then put SilverStars in them because I like the nice white color temperature.

I think the biggest difference honestly came from this harness. With it bypassing the stock wiring (if I remember correctly it just uses the stock light cables to trip the relays) it can supply a lot more juice from the battery.

I have the 55/60 watt bulbs now, but I might swap in the 90/100's when these go since the harness can support them.

u/jLid97 · 8 pointsr/CherokeeXJ

They're DOT/SAE approved as well. Has a nice cut off line as well, doesn't blind oncoming traffic.

u/drunklebo · 3 pointsr/CherokeeXJ these are them. Have had em for around 5 months now and they have been great. They are bright. But not blinding to other drivers.

u/5zero5 · 1 pointr/CherokeeXJ

I don't necessarily agree that you have to upgrade the harness to get good lighting. For the price, LED headlights are readily available and have great results versus the stock halogen bulb. These are what I run and I have no complaints with them on my 99. They are 100% plug and play with the stock harness. Just pull the old lights out and plug the new ones in. Easy 5 minute job.

u/Ecto-01 · 2 pointsr/CherokeeXJ

Direct from China through AliExpress but they weren't available back then like they are today.

(2 Pcs) DOT approved 5" x 7" 6x7inch Rectangular LED Headlights for Jeep Wrangler YJ Cherokee XJ Trucks 4X4 Offroad Headlamp Replacement H6054 H5054 H6054LL 69822 6052 6053

u/topshot069 · 11 pointsr/CherokeeXJ

I did a k-suspension harness, hella h4 bulbs and rampage housings. love how much light they put out without looking obnoxiously bright like LED lights. At the very least you should do the harness. Makes a world of a difference.

u/butchlugrod · 2 pointsr/CherokeeXJ

I bought this:

The diameter of the cups it can accommodate is somewhat limited, but it's been the best $12 I've spent on my '96.

u/Johnwazup · 1 pointr/CherokeeXJ

That's it, I've only heard good stuff about it. But I would do more research on it as a just in case measure to make sure your money is being spent well.

u/griffon666 · 3 pointsr/CherokeeXJ

[Dude, buy these.] ( SAE/DOT approved for LED on Xjs is tricky to come by. These lights are amazing.

u/thescreensavers · 2 pointsr/CherokeeXJ

I do not know of LED lights that are heated, but alternatively you can go hella h4 upgrade which I prefer to LED/HID

Relay Kit -

Head lights -


You'll have really good lights and will melt snow without problem.

u/GrimResistance · 1 pointr/CherokeeXJ

I just ordered new Dorman springs from Amazon but haven't installed them yet.
They were $86 when I ordered them but looks like $95 now and Amazon Prime 2-day shipping can't be beat.

u/goldeluxXJ · 3 pointsr/CherokeeXJ

So here she is... I'm planning to give some attention to the suspension because as you can see she is a bit slouched. I don't want to get to high so I'm looking at just replacing the leaf springs with these;

and the coils with these;

However these are spec'd to provide some over stock height by 1.5" - 2"

Therefore I am wondering if the shocks that come with this rough country 1.5" lift will work.

Really happy to be a part of this group and appreciate all advice and critique!

u/jfastman · 2 pointsr/CherokeeXJ

Less than $11 on Amazon or one of these but they are pretty expensive.

u/zlehmann · 2 pointsr/CherokeeXJ

I just replaced mine this fall with this one of amazon and it's worked great so far. Fit right in no hassles at all. Engine temp stays a solid 5-10 degrees cooler now.

u/GermsInYourEyeballs · 2 pointsr/CherokeeXJ

I think your local mechanic just doesn't want to install new leaf springs because it's kind of a bitch.

There are cheaper ways to do it, but you can get a brand new pair for about $230, I put these in my 93 and they include the bushings (but not the shackle bolts)

My leaf springs were also inverted and I gained about 4" of lift in the rear with these and some longer shackles.

Tbh I'm surprised you aren't having issues with the rear tires hitting the wheel wells

u/Digipatd · 2 pointsr/CherokeeXJ

This is my OBDII reader and it works just fine for me, nothing really to say about it haha

u/masterkarl · 1 pointr/CherokeeXJ

Did you get these exact ones? They're sitting in my Amazon cart until I'm ready to spend the cash:

u/TheDehmer · 1 pointr/CherokeeXJ

I'd do the harness first, I bought the putco, but I haven't installed it yet, however I'm very unimpressed with the quality, almost considered returning them and getting others.

I did buy hella h4 conversion headlights (came with bulbs) and those are very cool. I would recommend, but the harness would make the main difference, it's still dim without it.

u/EThirtySicks · 1 pointr/CherokeeXJ

I bought some Hellas on amazon:

They have glass lenses and are DOT approved

u/Delta-Echo-Bravo · 2 pointsr/CherokeeXJ

Funny enough my previous tires were 235/75s and my springs in the rear sagged like crazy. The wheels would rub when I would haul things.

I used Dorman leaf spring assembly's that already had built in bushings. Here's the link for the rears:

Dorman 929-301 Leaf Spring for Jeep Cherokee, Pack of 1

I'll have to come back to you with that measurement!

u/36009955 · 1 pointr/CherokeeXJ

If anything a harness won't hurt. I upgraded to the Hella e-codes and versus stock wiring there was a noticeable increase in light output.

u/MovingMadness58 · 1 pointr/CherokeeXJ

Installing a new heat shield worked for me when I was having multiple misfires. I was having this issue because of heat soak like a previous commenter said. P303 came back though, so I got a new cylinder head coming this summer.

Try this:
Design Engineering 010378 Engine Fuel Rail and Injecter Cover (Jeep, 4.0L)

I found just the larger heat shield for like $20 on eBay but if you want to go all out there is this one.

u/phecez · 1 pointr/CherokeeXJ

The thing that sucks about Cherokee headlights IS the wiring.

Buy this and install it.

Changing the lights themselves will not help without feeding them ample current.

Stock lights work GREAT after you fix the wiring.

u/Lastdispatch · 3 pointsr/CherokeeXJ

I know at least 10 guys with these. They’re plug and play. And they’re briiiiiiiiiiiight

u/monkey1911 · 1 pointr/CherokeeXJ

I have a pair of LEDs with cut-off I got from Amazon. Really nice for that I paid, but if you have the budget get the real trucklite LEDs.

u/cleeder · 5 pointsr/CherokeeXJ

Look like TruckLite (Not sure if that's the proper light for our Jeeps - was just a quick amazon search). Sure light up the road, but be warned that they're useless if you live somewhere with a good amount snow.

u/marshallu2018 · 2 pointsr/CherokeeXJ

You could go with 3.5" Rubicon express leaf springs or 3" OME by ARB leaf springs in the rear. As for front, I'd go with Rubicon express 3.5" coils.

Edit: Don't forget the u bolts (no link because they're different depending on your rear axle), and the t case drop.

u/jeepgangbang · 3 pointsr/CherokeeXJ

Third this, I got mine on Amazon go to that link and scroll down to frequently bought together and it's everything you need

u/brainmouthwords · 2 pointsr/CherokeeXJ

I had the same code and it turned out to be heat soak. The intake manifold sits right above the exhaust manifold, so on very hot days the hotter air in the intake was causing fuel to partially vaporize in the fuel rail before it could get to the injectors. Fuel can't atomize properly which means its not combusting as completely which can trigger P0455 even with the vapor return line is doing its job properly.

Check all your lines, tighten your gas cap, and buy a $20 code reader so you can reset your check engine code(s) yourself. If the code doesn't come back within a day or so then heat soak could be your cause. I bought and installed this kit and that solved my problem for good.

u/bdawg252 · 3 pointsr/CherokeeXJ

Yep (Pair) 5''x7'' 6''x7'' High Low Beam Led Headlights for Jeep Wrangler YJ Cherokee XJ H6054 H5054 H6054LL 69822 6052 6053 with Angel Eyes DRL (Black 105w Osram Chips)

u/amongmany · 1 pointr/CherokeeXJ

Any notable difference between the one I linked above and this one for $30 less?

u/Casterdasher · 1 pointr/CherokeeXJ

I had the front figured out with these springs supposidly good for 2 inches. As for the rears I was hoping to avoid a bastard pack.

Are the the upcountry leaves from an XJ trim?

u/Channel2TheDeuce · 8 pointsr/CherokeeXJ

Your can also replace the tie rod with a beefier ZJ tie rod for a bit more money. It was a direct bolt in on my 99 XJ.

I believe you need a DS1312 rod, an ES3096L end, and an ES2079S link to do the replacement for about $95.

u/LittleHelperRobot · 3 pointsr/CherokeeXJ


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u/Inconspicuous_User · 1 pointr/CherokeeXJ

This is the one I use.

I have the Torque Pro app on my phone ($6 I think) and you can read codes that way.

u/diesel-revolver · 1 pointr/CherokeeXJ

I have a 2" shackle lift on the back and my stock springs were flat so I decided to get the HD OEM ones. The jeep has kind of a Rat Fink stance now but Dr Google says that it will flatten out eventually.

u/trapspeed3000 · 1 pointr/CherokeeXJ

Amazon listing w/ specs in description. Anything in particular I could test, see real world results?

u/Oldschool64bus · 1 pointr/CherokeeXJ

I got mine from Octane, 1 for our jeep and 1 for our 76 motorhome. H4 100w Ceramic Fused PnP Heavy Duty Automotive Wiring Harness Headlight Foglight Booster Relay 12v

u/Robots_Never_Die · 1 pointr/CherokeeXJ

Design Engineering 010378 Engine Fuel Rail and Injecter Cover (Jeep, 4.0L)

u/PurduePaul · 2 pointsr/CherokeeXJ

Those are $57 on [Amazon] ( . I just ordered them the other day and should be delivered Sunday. I'll let you know how they are when I install them.

u/Catch_22_ · 1 pointr/CherokeeXJ

> Turned out the drag link clamp was turning despite the nuts not being loose

Replace it if needed

u/highuptours · 3 pointsr/CherokeeXJ

Forget the AAL, do it right from the beginning. $250 shipped from amazon:

edit: $250 is for two leaf packs. Shipped. When you buy cheap, you buy twice.

u/prerunner1982 · 1 pointr/CherokeeXJ

I have these and have no RFI issues and I run multiple ham radios covering a multitude of frequencies. I was worried that they would wipe everything out but it was not an issue.

u/cffff · 3 pointsr/CherokeeXJ

If you want to do a full suspension redo, not just add a leaf this is what I did. I didn't do sway bar disconnects.

Skyjacker 0-3inch shock absorbers

Dorman leaf springs ~2"

Moog coil springs:

u/crazed98camaro · 1 pointr/CherokeeXJ

Pretty cheap (compared to a shop I guess). Got everything on Amazon, so prime shipping is nice too. Only thing I didn't get on amazon was the tie rod adjusting sleeve (was planning on using the stock one but the tie rod ends didn't come out easily. So for $26 I just got a new one).

u/aussie_jason · 3 pointsr/CherokeeXJ

Design Engineering 010378 Engine Fuel Rail and Injecter Cover (Jeep, 4.0L)

Oddly my Amazon is showing it as unavailable but that is the way to go, if you still have issues after that then check your fuel pressure at the rail.

u/Konijndijk · 2 pointsr/CherokeeXJ

You can find new springs that give you an inch or two of lift (from stock), but that don't require any additional suspension changes. That's what I'm planning to do with mine. Ill see if I can dig up a link.

Edit- right here:

Crown Automotive 52001125 Front Coil Spring

Crown Automotive 4886186AA Leaf Spring Assembly

I think those are the right ones, but double check. And don't forget about new bushings for the leaf springs.

u/theantipode · 1 pointr/CherokeeXJ

I don't know if you've picked any housings yet, but I went with these housings and these bulbs. I originally used the bulbs that came with the housing but the low beam died on one pretty quickly. The PIAAs have hung in there, though.

u/TheMagicBeaner · 2 pointsr/CherokeeXJ

I've tried to find all the piece for my 2" lift and have a little list in my head of what I think I want to do. So far I've compiled this:

For the front: a set of 2" lift coils from rusty's offroad

For the rear: a set of crown medium duty leaf springs, will get you about 1.5" lift, plus a rusty's .75" shackle

And for shocks, I haven't really decided yet. I might just go for a set of rancho shocks since I can get those for decently cheap through my work. All of the little things I figure I'll wait until the time comes to deal with those since I can't foresee what will happen when I go to put the lift on.

u/stabsthedrama · 3 pointsr/CherokeeXJ

Older Jeeps (pre 97 I believe) -

Cheapest you'll find them (unless you use hockey pucks up front). Just did mine on my ~3-3.5" lift with 33's.

Haven't done the fronts yet - can you do them without taking out springs? I really don't feel like taking the springs out, I reluctantly did it doing the lift but spring compressors fucking terrify me.