My 94 Wrangler that I just got in January 2010 is starting to come together ,since she is my DD and I use it to travel for my employment ,I unfortunately cannot go extreme .This is my progress so far .
Complete tune up:Accel yellow 8mm wire set .
Accel super coil.
Bosch platinum +4 plugs.
Drivetrain maintenance :Transmission fluid change (Valvoline synchro mesh fluid).
Transfer case fluid change (Castrol ATF +4 /Dextron Mercon 2,3 equivelant).
Front and rear diff fluid change (Lucas 80/90 )
Suspension : Home made 1" lfit shackles made from 1/4" steel fully mig welded ,w/ new grade 8 bolts .
Skyjacker Hydro 7000 shocks (picked up all 4 on craigslist for $40.00 !!)
Exterior :Home made rear offroad bumper from 4" x 1/8" sguare tube w/ welded "D" rings all mig welded .
Front tow hooks mounted on top of front bumper .
Home made aluminum diamond plate front frame cover .
Stainless steel hood latches ( I plasti-dipped the handles black ).
Painted the stock steel rims flat black .
Interior :Bestop locking center console (Black).
Pioneer CD,MP3,SIRIOUS READY,W/USB Input, head unit .
12" sub,& 2- 6.5" mids .
Next on my list is tires and posi lock to replace the vacuum actuator ,and some offroad lights .
New progress ,well my longer than stock skyjacker shocks turned out to be a tad bit too long and were breaking my lower shock mounts ,so I made new lower shock mounts and bought rear upper shock mount relocation/extension brackets from M.O.R.E. which extended the mount 2".Also I am picking up some slightly used 31 x 10.50 x 15's tomorrow and hopefully having them mounted .If so I will have some pics to post . One pic with mud and one without : )
31 X 10.50-15 Affinity Dakota M/T 's They ride nice,not extremely loud on the road ,dont' know about offroad yet ,found out that I need new front axel joints doing the drivers side tonight and the passenger side this weekend ,then hopefully I can go find some mud !!!!!!!!
Thanks ,did the drivers side wheel /axle joint last night ,the 3 bolts for the hub assembly fought all the way out,and the original spicer ujoints didn't want to budge either ,but with some heat persuasion and a big hammer ,they really had no choice ! Saturday I will be doing the passenger side ,it will be a little more involving since the 4wd acuator assembly needs to be removed to get the axle out.