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    Ballistic17's 99 Xj project

    Just picked up this 99 Xj last week. Currently has a Rough Country 3.5" lift with 31's. Otherwise pretty much stock. Still researching parts for it but plan on making a nice capable trail rig.

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    Thats a nice looking XJ. Congrats. Be cool to see how it progresses.

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    Nice Jeep


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    Nice! I'll be watching this one



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    Thanks guys. Will be a fun build. Slow but fun. LOL
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    XJ's are getting harder to find for a good price and/or good condition.
    Looks like you snagged a really nice one! Looking forward to the build.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZ Explorer View Post
    XJ's are getting harder to find for a good price and/or good condition.
    Looks like you snagged a really nice one! Looking forward to the build.
    Thanks. Yeah I think I got it for a pretty good price.
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    And it already starts. Ordered a Jcr Offroad Vanguard front bumper with the prerunner bar.
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    Went out on a few trails the other day...

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    Iike that bumper you ordered for your xj.

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