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    2015 JKUR -Manual, Evo Bolt on Coilovers/EVO LCA's/ 4.88 gears/ 37 BFG K02's/ ATX Ravines/37" Nitto TG's/ATX Slabs/ Artec Gussets and LCA sliders/ EVO sleeves/ ARB Diff Covers/ Poison Spyder Brawler Rockers/Poison Spyder Tire Carrier/ARB Stubby Front/ Warn 9.5ti/ARB Intensity Lights/Trucklites/Rigid D2 backups/ ARB Twin Compressor/ EVO Protek Skids/ Nemesis Alum Flares/ SPOD/Rockhard4x4 Cage/JCR rear bumper

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    Me sitting in my grandfathers jeep a long time ago

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    46 Willys cj2a

    Here's one of my classic jeeps 1946 willys cj2a
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    My 68 Jeepster...
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    And the same one 17 years ago...
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    And the wifey's '73 Commando
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    '14 Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon, '08 Wrangler, '08 Commander, '73 Commando, '68 Jeepster...It's a sickness...

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    This guy stopped into my stepmoms business today driving this fully restored CJ scrambler. Took him 2 years to rebuild and tried to keep it all original.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cozdude View Post
    This guy stopped into my stepmoms business today driving this fully restored CJ scrambler. Took him 2 years to rebuild and tried to keep it all original.
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    Wow, that thing is pristine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cozdude View Post
    This guy stopped into my stepmoms business today driving this fully restored CJ scrambler. Took him 2 years to rebuild and tried to keep it all original.
    DAMN!! That thing is SWEET!!

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    1983 cj project i just help my buddy pick this up im gona help him get it running hasn't ran in 13 years .i notice the flywheel cover is missing. I can see the teeth that shouldn't be am i correct?
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    It's not the end of the world. But it does limit what you can do. Don't get too much dirt in there.

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