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1993 yj questions

Discussion in 'Jeeps' started by flykelley, Nov 8, 2009.

  1. flykelley

    flykelley 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,124

    Ok guys I bought a 93 wrangler, all stock has a stick and the 4 cylinder. Im using it as a driveway truck and as a back up for the small lots if I get behind with my 2500HD. I just had a Blizzard 680 LT mounted on it and it handles it pretty good. Some questions for you.
    1- Where to mount the strobe light, really dont want to drill holes in the hardtop. Maybe a pole off of the spare tire carrier?

    2- Springs, it has 4 leafs in the front, the seem to flatten out when the plow is raised, add a leaf or new springs, not looking for a huge lift here maybe 2 inchs.

    3- Alt needs to have a larger output, have a local shop beef it up or is there a source for a large output alt?

    4- No light tower on this small plow, thinking about some lights either mounted on the roof or the top of the fenders? thoughts on this please.

    5-Shocks, have no idea where to even start, but I know it needs shocks.

    Thanks Mike
     
  2. rfwins

    rfwins Junior Member
    Messages: 11

    Air shocks

    You just need a set of AIR SHOCKS lots of info here about them search it out...
    i have both front and rear for the plow and salt spreader worked PERFECT last year..
    i also had a steel plate sprayed with bedliner and (drilled) the hard top to install it
    magnet mount light bar stays put now!! i am out of town right now but you can pm
    me and i will send you the part #s if you can't find them here, for the shocks.
     
  3. flykelley

    flykelley 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,124

    Hi rftwins
    Thanks for the offer to send me part numbers. Im a Chevy guy so this jeep thing is all new to me. please email me part numbers at flykelley930@aol.com

    Thanks Mike