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Thread: Body kit for 1976 CJ5

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    Awesome! Looking good!

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    Man that is going to be a clean cj!

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    Thanks gents... has been a real fun project so far and like the direction it is going.

    Will update more as thing progress.

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    Looks fantastic! I’m So jealous! I can’t wait to be in a position to dive into my frankenjeep.

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    Today finished up the final mock up/ adjustments on the fenders- hood and windshield frame...




    All the gaps are now pretty good-

    Everything fit together pretty well but did need to trim and shave a couple of areas on the hood under edges to allow smooth action and also had to drill out and adjust a handful of bolts to get everything lined up... all in all not bad!










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    Quote Originally Posted by gfrench View Post
    Today finished up the final mock up/ adjustments on the fenders- hood and windshield frame...




    All the gaps are now pretty good-

    Everything fit together pretty well but did need to trim and shave a couple of areas on the hood under edges to allow smooth action and also had to drill out and adjust a handful of bolts to get everything lined up... all in all not bad!










    That’s really coming along nicely. Good job.

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    Looks great!!

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