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2002 Grand Cherokee 4.7HO build
06-16-2017, 12:30 AM
Post: #11
RE: 2002 Grand Cherokee 4.7HO build
I want to see them installed! lol

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06-17-2017, 09:26 AM
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RE: 2002 Grand Cherokee 4.7HO build
Haha working on that...piecing together everything I need as I get money, it'll be a slow process.
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07-21-2017, 10:11 PM (This post was last modified: 07-21-2017 10:19 PM by yellowx16.)
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RE: 2002 Grand Cherokee 4.7HO build
Did a couple of things to it over the past few weeks.
First did a 2.5" Budget boost, knew I was going to be a running 255/75r17s (32s) and would need at least a little lift to get me by and knock off the soccer mom look. Install was really easy, needed a coil spring compressor for only the pass. front side, everywhere else dropped far enough to just swap in the spacer.

Then I tried running the Rubi rims on the bald BFG Mts, looked cool but the vibrations and ride was terrible...
[Image: 35268170463_2a92fc0595_k.jpg]IMG_2984 by Tyler Coleman, on Flickr
So I ordered a set of Nitto Trail grappler M/Ts, lots of good reviews on these from other Jeepers, I was looking for something relatively quiet but still with an aggressive tread pattern and these fit the bill. 255/75r17, measure just over 32" and surprisingly don't rub with the little trimming I did. Also installed some rock lights that I had laying around. Took a few days on them to route everything cleanly underneath and wired it to the factory fog light switch since those will be out of there when I get a new bumper.
[Image: 35268155513_2cd3d4acd5_k.jpg]IMG_3076 by Tyler Coleman, on Flickr
[Image: 36076607665_7a549b836a_k.jpg]IMG_3072 by Tyler Coleman, on Flickr[Image: 36076608115_26c4594d21_k.jpg]IMG_3069 by Tyler Coleman, on Flickr[Image: 36076610475_43d5ed3649_k.jpg]IMG_3060 by Tyler Coleman, on Flickr[Image: 36076611015_4ae39980af_k.jpg]IMG_3059 by Tyler Coleman, on Flickr

Anyways that's where it stands now, starting a new job in New York City in early August, so I won't be in the Syracuse area but will still be making trips up there for events and such. Hope to be up for Jeeps at the beach in august.
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