A couple of Q\'s, some theory, oppinions...
1. Thanx LEVE, thanx a lot! As you suggested, I made some shock bushings myself, from that boat-stuff. It's quite amazing how easy it was. And how nicely the YJ handles bumps now! It's like a new Jeep now!
2. I had my sparks checked by a mechanic. For free, of course [img]images/graemlins/crazy.gif[/img], cos I told him I'd buy'em from him if they're to be changed. As he said, they look like they have some 3,5k miles on them. And they don't - they have 6k at least (I bought YJ with those sparks on, so since I have it it's been a bit over 6k miles). They show just normal (ideal) wear. Which leads me to conclusion that engine is running pretty much optimal. If it was running lean or rich, sparks'd be damaged (after 6k miles), no? Also, no oil on'em. Meaning rings are OK.
Am I right here?
3. About a lift: in add-a-leaf kits you add a leaf (strange, no?). So the ride becomes stiff as hell. But if you get just longer main leaf (the one with eyes) and replace the original one? Then it's not adding a leaf, then the ride should be (pretty much) the same. Or am I loosing something here?
4. Anybody knows anything about propane-buthane? I was
thinking about having a system installed: cost is not that high,
it then excludes you from the emission tests, you get to run at 1/2 the price per mile... Only negative thing is that the gas tank occupies space, but I think I could live with that. Any other oppinions?