My 81 cj

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Here are some pics of my heep
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It now has 3 more inches of lift, chevy 350 and th350 trans. Also getting ready to repaint it.

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Thanks


Oh yea got to have my mud fix! I think that I've lost it though.......my wife said that it was hers after I get the big one built.
 

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Installed a tilt column in it this week and also a yj steering box. Drives much nicer now, It did have a quick ratio box on it and was kind of twitchy on the highway.
 

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Added a couple of things to the cj today. Got a good deal on some tube fenders and rock sliders.

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Moved my led signal lights to the side of the grill under the fenders.
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Really nice cj you have there.

The first pic (on the first page) of you going through the mud is a great shot.

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This is from 10-9-10 at hwy 89. I now have to pull the oil pan and see what I hurt that night.
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Nice pic! So how bad was the oil pan? No skid plates underneath yet?
 

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It's not the oil pan itself, but what's above it! Too many rpm's and like a goob I didn't have a dust shield for the converter. The pit had lot's of rock in it and they packed up behind the converter and jammed everything up. I now have a bad main bearing rattle, so it depends on the condition of the crank whether I can just install new bearings or if I need to install a short block.

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