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Unread 10-25-2001, 05:19 PM   #1
DarkHorse
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Advice on a stock 258 (85' CJ-7)??

Hello all! Just picked up an 85' CJ-7 last weekend and loving it. It's an all fiberglass body and interior. All guages work and has a tuffy center console w/CD player. On the exterior, currently have a 4" superlift riding on 33" Bridgestone Duelers. All chrome nerf bars and bumpers (brush guard). I am set with the everything so far. Just would like any advice to upgrade the stock motor or any perfomance mods without braking the bank. Thanks.

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