<strong>08. </strong> I got some good advice on Cherokee suspensions and unit bodies before I ever started, and carefully weighed my options before adding a Rock Krawler long-arm suspension to the Jeep. Before I did so, I had T and J Performance weld on some chassis stiffeners and skids onto the lower rails of the unit body. This gave a pseudo frame below the Cherokee and also gave me a solid mounting point for some long-arm brackets. To fit the Rock Krawlers long-arm mounts on, we cut off one side of each bracket and welded them directly onto the chassis stiffeners. I opted for the four-link (instead of three-link) Rock Krawler front end kit and it made this Cherokee ride unbelievably well when combined with Bilstein 5150 shocks. The joints were still very tight when I checked them last month, too. Note that I was also able to retain the factory driveshaft.