jeep zj 4.0 dynomax cat-back super turbo with aftermarket cai

watch high quality. 97 jeep zj with cat back. leave comments please. need advice on whether to take the cat off or not. if so what do you recommend so that it doesn't throw cel's. thx for watching.

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Jeep TJ - ZJ Steering Conversion
This is a step by step tutorial on putting a ZJ Conversion under a Jeep TJ. This conversion beef's up the TJ steering and is much cheaper than the TJ steering components. This video is geared towards those who may have never changed out any parts on the steering system of a vehicle, so has information that experienced people may already know. If you wish to change ONLY the tie-rod assembly from the drivers side wheel to the drag link, this can be done. Yet, when it comes time to change the passenger side tie-rod (drag link), the ZJ link is less expensive than the TJ. The parts for this conversion can be purchased here: http://www.rockauto.com If you wish to purchase the parts from your own supplier (that Jeep owners usually have a close relationship with), you will need the parts for a 98 Grand Cherokee 5.2L engine. The following are quantities, Moog part numbers, and description of items needed for either the partial or full conversion. Partial Conversion 1 - DS1312 - Drivers side inner tie-rod at the drag link 1 - ES3096L - Left hand thread tie-rod end (this could be either left outside or at the pitman arm - they are both the same) 1 - ES2079S - Tie Rod End Adjustment Sleeve Full Conversion 1 - DS1310 - Passenger, or right side, outer tie-rod (called drag link in some applications) 1 - DS1312 - Drivers, or left side, inner tie-rod at the drag link 2 - ES3096L - Left hand thread tie-rod end (this could be either left outside or at the pitman arm - they are both the same) 1 - ES2079S - Tie Rod End Adjustment Sleeve





1996 Jeep Cherokee 4.0L Turbo Test Drive
Finally fixed my Exhaust leak and oil leak. Took her for a little test run. Nothing too crazy since there are no plates or headlights on it right now. Link to my build thread: http://www.mngaragegeeks.com/forum/showthread.php/2268-1996-Jeep-Cherokee-A .K.A-Project-RX-79G_Ez-8?p=7963#post7963





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Just more playing around. TJ is 02 auto completely stock with 31" wild country xtx all terrains. ZJ has trimmed fenders, 2" coil spacers, and 33" truxus m/t's, but otherwise stock. Soon to come for both are lifts, lockers in the rear, tires for the tj, some homemade bumpers, and hopefully one of us will get a winch.




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