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Old 07-13-2010, 07:04 PM   #1
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New CJ project

This is my new 84 CJ7 project. I know it may look complete but it's not completely done to me.

Details: carbed 350 with cam's running true duel flowmaster mufflers, 350 turbo transmission, NP 205 t-case, Dana 44 30 spline chromoly axle shafts locked up by a detriot locker, GM 14 bolt out rear running 4.56 gears, 37x13.5x17 nitto mud grapplers, and 14 gallon fuel cell behind the rear seat. Stretched 9in overall. Its using wagoneer leaf spring with SOA lift and body trimming. Has the YJ roll cage. Brakes are also entirely redone.

Bad: Drive side seat is gone. The wiring is complete crap. The alternator wire burned up (runs though) and the rest of the it is a bunch of crap. Looks like a wiring harness is coming this week. One small rust spot in the tub and rear body mount gone to rust. The starter is being replaced soon. It's stupid sometimes and you have to take a screwdriver and connect the two bolt together and she will fire.

What i wanna do: Fix the two rust spots, roll the tube, roll the under side, front bumper, winch, little body work is needed to better reinforce whats left of the front fenders, paint it 1 color, new to me driver seat then buy waterproof seat covers for all the seats, flares to cover the body trimming to make it look a little cleaner (if you have suggestions on whats going to cover those huge wheels now then let me know).

I couldnt build this for what i bought it for. I happy overall and can't wait till she is done. Anything yall see thats need to be checked out it then let me know.











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