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Updated on May 06, 2012
This is our project CJ5 jeep we took the body off 6 r 7 years ago to replace the body mounts because there were only 3 on instead of 8 mounts. So welded up some new mounts on the frame, also we ended up boxing in the frame and welding it shut. The factory 4 banger in front of the factory 3 speed manual in front of the ramsy PTO winch. The suspension is a one from rough country it is a leaf spring replacement that is 3 in the rear and 4 in the front. Also there is a shackle lift of 2 in front and rear. Bringing the total to 5 in rear and 6 up front. There is heavy duty shocks for wheelin and a steering stabilizer. The rims are American racing and they are offset but I don't know how much. The tires are BFGoodrich Mud Terrain radial 31x10.50x15. The front end is a Dana 25 with WARN lock outs, the rear is a Dana 30 with a locker in it. The interior is pretty much stock except the water proof Radio/CB. Along with 2 outside speakers. The body is a little rough beings that it is a 63 and it being a trail rig nothing fancy here but a trail rig. Next we have to get a new steering box bracket because we changed boxes so as soon as we get that welded in time for the body on it and then hit the trails once again.
The fenders and hood in the back.
With the body on and bolted down to body mounts.
Its a little dark here but what it looks like from the front.
The chassis here all ready for the body.
What's left of the body from sitting outside for 7 years so it has some rust.
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Pat, its time to get to work on that thing! hit me up and ill come help you out.
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