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Re: newbie need books
I agree that the "performance handbook" is by far one of the best books for getting ideas of what works and what the general limits of the different parts are. Chiltons manuals will far out do the Haynes version in the quantity of info and the ease of use. (I view the haynes as absolute last resort) By far the manufacturers shop manual will have the largest quantity of info... (the one thing I always missed in the chiltons was an extensive coverage of the axles (they kind of ignore the insides, No specs or anything beyond basic axle seal replacement)
89 CJ/YJ thing 350 TBI, 700r4, NP231 SYE, 3 inch body lift, 4" superlift, 33's and an appetite for mud!!!