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Old 02-21-2014, 02:52 PM   #151
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Old 02-24-2014, 08:55 PM   #152
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79' cj 7
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Old 03-04-2014, 01:20 PM   #153
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Here's my '81 CJ7.
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Old 03-05-2014, 03:33 PM   #154
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Old 03-10-2014, 08:42 PM   #155
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Here's my 81 CJ7

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Old 03-11-2014, 10:33 PM   #156
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Here is my 74 Cj5

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Old 03-24-2014, 08:46 AM   #157
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A few pics of the B.






I bought it in 1972 and it has been in a flux field of some sort ever since. It's about to get version number 4 of the small block Chevy (1st was a 62 327, 2nd a 1970 LT1, and the 3rd a 381-and what is in the pictures).
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Old 03-27-2014, 08:53 AM   #158
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Love your B Duffer.

Looking back through this thread, it looks like my pics of the '71 are no longer visible since Multiply folded.
So here is a re-post of my pics of the '71...

Pre-paint, circa early 1997



A month after paint, at the first Jeep Jamboree ever held in PA


















I sold the '71 in 2007 to a guy who has become a good friend. Here is Don, continuing the abuse:





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Old 03-28-2014, 08:31 AM   #159
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Nice pics, nice Jeep Lynn. Also, that's a little deeper water than I like to get into-----
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Old 04-01-2014, 09:02 AM   #160
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Here's my '82 CJ-7. It's been in storage for almost a year. I'm hoping to get it out of storage this summer and get to fixing a bunch of things on it.





When I first got it:



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AMC 401, T-18, D-300, Dana 30 Front, AMC 20 Rear. 35" Baja Claws, 4" Lift
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Old 04-03-2014, 04:52 PM   #161
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Work in progress number two. Entire rewire of the cj with custom panel and distribution box.
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Old 04-14-2014, 07:23 PM   #162
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Morning commute.

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Morning commute.
How does it handle on the highway?
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How does it handle on the highway?
Good and bad I suppose.

Plenty of power to cruise 60-65 easy. Suspension and steering is tight but no sway bars and narrow track axles can cause work if on a grooved highway.

That particular road is fairly new so it's a good drive in to work. Kick up some tunes, sit back and let her purr.

$4/gallon for premium hurts though.
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Good and bad I suppose. Plenty of power to cruise 60-65 easy. Suspension and steering is tight but no sway bars and narrow track axles can cause work if on a grooved highway. That particular road is fairly new so it's a good drive in to work. Kick up some tunes, sit back and let her purr. $4/gallon for premium hurts though.
Ouch yeah I hear that, I'm looking to buy a CJ and I have to drive the highway for work so that's why I'm asking lol how's the mpg on the highway?
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Ouch yeah I hear that, I'm looking to buy a CJ and I have to drive the highway for work so that's why I'm asking lol how's the mpg on the highway?
I don't think there is any reason you couldn't DD a cj if you are ok with giving up some features. I did mine for years.

I have a short drive of about 8 miles to work and most of it is on that highway which is nice. My cj is not a good example of mpg. It gets about 10-11 mpg. I've got a overdrive tranny but that's offset with a v8, gears and tires. I would expect a cj on 31" tires with a 258 would get maybe 14-15 mpg.
Of course my TJ only gets about 12-13mpg. Again not a good average example.

How far you driving?
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I don't think there is any reason you couldn't DD a cj if you are ok with giving up some features. I did mine for years. I have a short drive of about 8 miles to work and most of it is on that highway which is nice. My cj is not a good example of mpg. It gets about 10-11 mpg. I've got a overdrive tranny but that's offset with a v8, gears and tires. I would expect a cj on 31" tires with a 258 would get maybe 14-15 mpg. Of course my TJ only gets about 12-13mpg. Again not a good average example. How far you driving?
I have a 77 cj5 with the 258 and a 4 speed without overdrive and Dana 60 rear axle. I have 32" tires am I get 13-15mpg on the highway
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I have an 81 CJ7 with a small block Chevy 350 and a 3 speed transmission. I have a 20 mile drive one way to school. I'm averaging about 8 MPG's but it's a straight shot. It gets a little hard to handle once I get about 60 mpg due to the 33' swampers but she's a champ. I only take her to class to show her off. But my buddy has a 98 TJ with 33's but only a 4 cylinder with an automatic transmission, he gets about 13-14 highway.
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I don't think there is any reason you couldn't DD a cj if you are ok with giving up some features. I did mine for years. I have a short drive of about 8 miles to work and most of it is on that highway which is nice. My cj is not a good example of mpg. It gets about 10-11 mpg. I've got a overdrive tranny but that's offset with a v8, gears and tires. I would expect a cj on 31" tires with a 258 would get maybe 14-15 mpg. Of course my TJ only gets about 12-13mpg. Again not a good average example. How far you driving?
I have to drive approx 70 miles round trip a day on the thruway in New York. So another thing I have to worry about is rust and frame rot
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I have an 81 CJ7 with a small block Chevy 350 and a 3 speed transmission. I have a 20 mile drive one way to school. I'm averaging about 8 MPG's but it's a straight shot. It gets a little hard to handle once I get about 60 mpg due to the 33' swampers but she's a champ. I only take her to class to show her off. But my buddy has a 98 TJ with 33's but only a 4 cylinder with an automatic transmission, he gets about 13-14 highway.
Why are you only getting 8 mpg? The sbc in my 3B is a 381 and I can get 18 mpg out of it on-road, running 33-12.5 KM1's. I picked up a couple mpg's when I dumped the carb for EFI but I was still 2x 8mpg with a Holley 650 cfm carb. I can also comfortably run 75 mph with those tires.
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Why are you only getting 8 mpg? The sbc in my 3B is a 381 and I can get 18 mpg out of it on-road, running 33-12.5 KM1's. I picked up a couple mpg's when I dumped the carb for EFI but I was still 2x 8mpg with a Holley 650 cfm carb. I can also comfortably run 75 mph with those tires.
i have no idea I thought I would get a lot more than 8 I'll have to look at swapping the carb. But yea it's a huge gas guzzler. And I can actually get up to 70 mph turns out my speedometer wasn't calibrated to the tires so when it says 60 I'm going about 70. Any ideas that could help me improve the MPG's thanks.
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very nice. I love that front on it.
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I'm new to the forum, here are a couple of my 46.
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Nice mderick! Some people get upset with 3A windshields on 2A's but I like them and from a functional standpoint, it's a much better design.
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Hi! I brought my '77 CJ-7 (Beast) back to DC for the summer and would love to take it out somewhere to give it a good proper introduction to the area. Any events upcoming?

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i have no idea I thought I would get a lot more than 8 I'll have to look at swapping the carb. But yea it's a huge gas guzzler. And I can actually get up to 70 mph turns out my speedometer wasn't calibrated to the tires so when it says 60 I'm going about 70. Any ideas that could help me improve the MPG's thanks.
Same here. I'm running 35 x 12.5 Wild Country Radials and I really like them, but need to get my gear ratio straightened out. I'm showing 70 and getting 60. Gas is also guzzling and I can smell it. Running a high idle as well. i feel like I can just see it draining....

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