I bought this 92 YJ Islander model off Craigslist a couple of weeks ago. It is stock except for the terrible shackles, 31" tires, and over head sound bar/stereo system. I narrowed my search down to 92-95 models to get the 4.0 motor and family roll bar. I initially wanted a TJ just to have a newer Jeep (more reliable), but decided to go with a YJ because the front spring spacing is the same as the D60HP I have leftover from parting out my old cab truck, so it will bolt right in. This build thread isn't going to start out with much excitement. I'm going to keep it stock for the near term to just get out on the trail and take my son four wheeling for the first time. First up is to replace the one broken hood latch, chop down the ridiculously long shackles, and mount the XRC8 winch that I took off my Samurai. The transmission shifter is also fairly sloppy, so I ordered a shifter bushing kit. Stock YJ shackles are 4" hole to hole. These things are 8.5"!!! Surprisingly, it actually drives OK, but is a little twitchy. I think I am going to move the spring bolts to the shortest holes (6-3/4" long), and cut the excess off. I did some quick math and figured these shackles rolled the front axle forward about 6 degrees. Stock caster for a YJ is 5-7 degrees, so it is probably at 0 degrees, +/-1 degree, LOL.