Rough Country XJ Jeep Cherokee 3 Inch Lift Kit Install
Here is a video showing each step reqired to install our 3 inch suspension lift on XJ Jeep Cherokee. If you have any questions or would like to find a dealer near you visit www.roughcountry.com
RC Builds Episode 1 - XJ Budget Build
Welcome to our introductory episode of RC Builds! In this episode Rough
Country attempts to make an off-road monster on a minimal budget. Do you
think we have what it takes to purchase a stock Jeep and give it everything
it needs to be a supreme rock-crawling beast all for under $5,000? Tune in
and find out on RC Builds: Episode 1 - XJ Budget Build.
Music: Static Revival
Rough Country XJ Cherokee Winch Bumper "Install"
This high-tensile steel bumper gives Jeep XJ's a menacing look while
providing more tire clearance and better approach angles for flexing. With
it's durable carbon black coating, this stubby bumper will turn heads on
and off the highway. A recessed winch mount plate helps protect your winch
and line as it rests partially hidden behind the bumper, and allows you to
mount the winch fairlead on the outside for ease of use. Upgrade your XJ
Front Bumper with some eye-catching upgrades such as an optional light bar
with mounting brackets, or heavy-duty Stinger for a high-profile look. A
mountable set of D-rings is also available and can be used with either
Rough Country's Jeep YJ 4.5" Military Wrap Leaf Spring Suspension Lift Kit
Looking for uncompromised performance on and off-road? The 4.5" Military
Wrap Leaf Spring Suspension Lift Kit for Jeep YJ was engineered by Rough
Country's Research and Development Team to give the perfect blend of
off-road performance and smooth highway ride. A set of application tuned,
lifted military wrapped leaf springs are included in this kit along with a
power steering pitman arm and brake line relocation bracket. The 4.5" kit
also includes a tubular transfer case drop kit to maintain proper drive
shaft angles as well as track bar drop brackets, bumpstops, and a full set
of sway bar links. Most notably this kit is outfitted with the all-new N2.0
Shock Absorbers, nitrogen charged and specifically tested and tuned for YJ
applications. This allows for a super smooth highway ride and outstanding
control in rugged off road situations from the same shock.
Rough Country Jeep ZJ Winch Plate Install
Here is a brief look at the installation of Rough Country's winch plate for
Jeep ZJ. For more information or to find a dealer near your visit.
Jeep Comanche Suspension Upgrades
This episode is chock full of tips about building your own suspension using
parts from Rusty's Off-Road. The video highlights several components that
are included in our Competition Style Long Arm system for Jeep Cherokees
and Comanches, plus it highlights our offset steering conversion. If you're
thinking about fabbing your own Jeep suspension system, this is an episode
you won't want to miss!
Project XJ Part 1: Rubicon Express 3.5" Superflex Lift Kit
Install of a Rubicon Express 3.5" SuperFlex Lift Kit on a 2001 Jeep
Superflex 3.5" kit for XJ: 16300.801
Twin Tube Shock Kit: 16300.820
Adjustable Front Track Bar: 16311.602
Extended Front Stainless Steel Brake Lines: 12707.202
Transfer Case Lowering Kit: 16301.4481
Replacement Steering Stabilizer: 16301.900
Project Cheap Cherokee Redux
Trucks! Hosts Kevin Tetz and Ryan Shand bring Project Cheap Cherokee back
into the shop for some more suspension and steering upgrades from Rusty's
Off-Road. They're going to address the tire clearance problems they had
with this project's initial configuration while taking the vehicle's
off-road performance to the next level!
Jeep Cherokee Ball Joint Replacement part 1 - HD
This is footage from 2009-09-11 when I replaced the ball joints on my 1986
Jeep Cherokee. I tried to get it down to 1 video, but I couldn't condense 5
hours into 10 minutes. The only thing not shown is taking the brakes off.
Here's the writeup: http://joereid.com/2009/09/15/cherokee_ball_joints
'07 Jeep JK - Suspension Lift [S2 Ep.12-1]
Ya know, people are always asking if it is possible to get their rig on
GearZ? Well, today, Stacey does just that by borrowing an '07 Jeep JK from
a family and jumpstarting their project with the sole purpose of taking it
to the next level. However, the real challenge is to try and build
something that the WHOLE family will like, and still be able to use on the
street or off-road. If you've ever sat and stared at your project and tried
to figure out what the heck to do next, or what is the best thing to spend
your time and money on, this show is the one to see. And who knows? One
day, you might see your vehicle on GearZ!
Jeep Cherokee XJ with Flowmaster supper 44
LISTEN TO THIS WITH HIGH QUALITY HEADPHONES OR SPEAKERS ONLY. Like
anything, it wont sound the same, or near the same unless you use high
quality listening devices. Turn the bass up and enjoy. Its not obnoxiously
loud at idol, and sounds pretty deep and smooth on hard excelleration, and
on deceleration(engine breaking) it sounds pretty raspy and bad ass. I've
never been one for an obnoxiously loud exahust, but I really love the sound
and tone produced by this muffler.
I purchased it at performancecurve.com. The owner is a vendor on
cherokeeforum.com and is a really great guy. The kit is around $100, but
shipping across the country was $50. Even so, $150 for a cat back system
like this is an incredible price.