It came in the other day. Runs great. It is kind of weird to here a diesel running in a Jeep.
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The CJ-10A Flightline Tow Tractor. They are shortened, 80 inch wheelbase, "Bobtail" version of the pickup trucks. The Tugs were used on Military Air Base tarmacs for pulling around aircraft, munitions trailors, and other ground support equipment. These Jeeps have the unique 10-slot grilles and fender mounted headlights found only on the CJ-10s.
Some CJ-10a Specifications:
Overall Length: 170 inches
Width: 94 inches
Height: 78 inches
Curb Weight: 6060 Lbs (Thats right, 3 tons
Ground Clearance: 6.5 Inches
Fuel Tank: 20 Gallons
Engine: Nissan SD33 6Cyl Diesel
Transmission: Chrysler 727 Automatic
Transfer Case: NP 198 or 208 Locked in low range "No shift fork for high range"
Front axle: Dana 44DF "Dead Front steering, non-drive"
Rear axle: Full floating Dana 70 Limited slip 4.88 gearing
Tires: 8.00X16.5 "D" Load range
The 1/2 tub is essentially the same as any CJ; CJ/YJ doors, front clip, windshield, dash, etc. could be easily swapped on. Conversely, the CJ-10 front clip can be swapped onto any '76-'95 Jeep CJ/YJ. While the door openings are the same as a CJ/YJ, they are unique in that they use the "World Cab" style door that has square corners on the rear portion of the window frame. The rare Alaskan Postal Scrambler is the only other vehicle that used these doors.
While the tub is basically "CJ", the frame is actually a shortened Wagoneer (FSJ) frame. Therefore, a 4WD conversion is a swap-in ordeal using a Waggy Dana 44 front axle.