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  1. YOU KNOW YOU HAVE A REAL JEEP IF..."There's a gift under the Christmas tree with your Jeeps name on it"
  2. 95-96XJ, and +2000 WJ are preffered because they are the most bolt in style. I believe 93-98ZJ, and 97-2001XJ bolt in. You will need to modify, AKA Beat back your upper-outer cowl/firewall to fit it though. The booster is shaped a little different on ZJ and newer XJs.
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    quick question... i have seen were people have been putting newer model xj brake boosters in their older xjs... well they say 95 is the best year and 2000+ wj booster... i have a 99 booster will that work? i know i will have to move my washer fluid resevoir but will that be all for it to fit... and i know the pedal rod is longer and i dont have any were to have the rods swapped so could i rig up a plate or bracket of some sort to shorten the length of rod under the dash? let me know... i have a few things i have to put on my jeep so that will be my last on my prject list so i was trying to get a parts list together
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Some may say I am Ill. I say am just a JEEP Fanatic!
Location:
Sacramento, CA
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Jeeps, 4wds, Cars, Toys, Cooking, Camping and Eating
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MoparMatt77
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Model of Jeep:
XJ-97, MJ-87, ZJ-97
Year:
1997
Lift:
7.5" RELA, stk,stk 4 now
Tire Size:
ProComp MT35", Rubi MTR 245/75r16

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