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>>The drive shaft and 4wd front knuckle U-Joints without
>>grease fittings are/were my only complaint. I just had the
>>originals replaced with new Spicer units, which have the
>>much desired grease fittings. Doesn't have anything to do with
>>the radio, but what the heck...
Seems to me all new vehicles come without the Zerk (grease)
fittings whenever the manufacturer can get away without installing
them. Just more of something to wear out - and replace costing
you, the end user, more money.
In every opportunity to do so, I always buy replacement parts
with the Zerk fittings attached.
Hope this helps,
Neil - WA6KLA
>>> "JOHN MACKEY" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>>> Yes, a slightly off topic question.
>>> I recently acquired a 1992 Jeep Cherokee with the 4L engine & 4
>>> automatic transmission. Anyone have any experience to know if I
>>> to have any RFI problems from this vehicle?
>>> I want to put the following bands of radios in it:
>>> HF (10-75 meters)
>>> 6 meters
>>> 2 meters
>>> 440 MHz
>>> 902 MHz
>>> CB (11 meters)
>>> Any other advice from those who have had Jeep Cherokees for
>>> the Cherokee would be appreciated.
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