Here are the general specifications on the ZJ. I'll keep it up to date as best as I can.
LAST UPDATE: April 15, 2009.
This Jeep is currently FOR SALE.....
1998 Grand Cherokee Laredo "Special Edition" converted to 4wd
1998 4.0 inline 6 with home-bored throttle body and '03 Powertech intake
Imco Race Muffler ((((it used to have a Flowmaster 40 Series muffler. Click here to hear it.))))
Safari Snorkel #720SS for a Nissan Exterra.. with a Pig-Custom ammo can airbox.
Teraflex D30 High Steering Kit!! CLICK HERE FOR WRITEUP!
1994 ZJ D30, 4.56 with Aussie Locker
1998 ZJ 42RE tranny from a wrecked ZJ originally fitted with a NV242
2000 TJ NP231 T-case. Stock. 2.72:1 ratio
'94 ZJ front drive shaft - double cardan type
Double Cardan (CV) rear driveshaft from Arizona Driveline
Original '98 D35c rear axle, OEM '93 TracLoc unit, 4.56 geared, factory disk brakes, Track-Lock diff.
SUSPENSION:5.5" lift consisting of 3.5" Teraflex coils/Anthony's 2" b-b sitting on Rubicon Express Long Arm Upgrade! CLICK HERE FOR WRITEUP!.
FRONT: Skyjacker ADJ Front Track bar (for TJ), Teraflex (?!?) TJ quick discos up front.
REAR Up Country I6 front coils in back w/ Anthony's 1.75" b-b, Currie ADJ Trackbar, Longer swaybar end links, Doesch Tech DT3000 shocks at all 4 corners.
33-12.50 X-Terrains on 15x8 Ultra 51/50 wheels
Clayton's Hard Rockers, rocker skids. (effective)
OEM style t-case and gas tank skids
ARB Bull Bar, w' Hella 500 lights
WARN M8000 winch
Amsteel Blue winch line
Con-Ferr Roof rack
2pr of 4" driving lights on the rack- 1pr front, 1pr rear
VIAIR 450c aircompressor with Campbell/Hausfeild 2gal tank from crapped out compressor. VIAIR install kit w/ remote gauge, switch, pressure switch, etc...
7 or 8ft Whip ant.
Auxillary A-Pillar gauges- Faze tranny temp, Fuel mixture and Fuel Pressure
My RigRater Score: 588RRv1.0 with a BOA of 15.27
Bilstein 7100 series shocks (12-14" travel)
Bigger rear axle (Ford 9" ??..)
Skids for the engine and tranny
Truss for D30 / D35
Warn H/D shafts for D30
aftermarket front driveshaft
SYE (and another driveshaft... yaaayyy)
This page will likely to be the one to change most often. Stay tuned!
About the middle of July 2004, I got a used Lockrite for the D35c. I installed it and found out a couple of "issues" I would want everyone to be aware of. If you are running a "high" lift for OEM control arms... like over 3.5"... if you run a locker, it will cause a tendency for the inside rear tire to roll under the Jeep when turning under power. This is amplified when the sway bar is disco'd. Even more so on asphalt. I found this out when we went to the offroad competition in Ellijay on Aug 13th. It was spooky the first time, but very predictable after the first few times. I don't think this would be an issue with long arms or with 2-3" of lift.
On about May of 2005, I pulled the Lockrite. It had entirely too much banging and popping for my taste. It never slipped... I just wasn't happy with it in my application. :-(