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    My new CJ7 project

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    Ive got quite a bit of cleaning and electrical bugs to work through... Its got a 351/T18/D300 with a KP60 with an ARB and a 14FF with a spool (that's gotta go) with full hydro. The plan is to stretch the rear on some longer leaf springs (dakota or possibly XJ) and link the front on coilovers. Ill probably redo the cage and twin stick the 300 eventually too... Id love to hear your recommendations and see pictures of your similar projects!

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    Full hydro with 37’s. Lol

    Has a lot of potential but also needs a lot of work. Good start if it was the right price. Why do you want to trash the spool? If you aren’t ever gonna drive on the street there is nothing wrong with it.


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    Man this is sweet.


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    Good luck with the project


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    Thats a real solid start for a bad ass trail rig.

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    Sweet ride! I’ve got similar components in mine. The Amazon twin stick from JB custom is great and not too expensive. MUADRESS 6006 Women's Vintage... http://MUADRESS 6006 Women's Vintage...p_mob_ap_share


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    I’ve always wanted to put ORI Struts on the front of my CJ instead of coil over... they seem awesome.


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