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Unread 11-30-2012, 12:21 AM   #1
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1983 CJ7 with LS2

Custom made aluminum honeycomb body, Custom dash, 37" BF Goodwrinch Krawlers, Coil over King shocks in front, Bilstein shocks in the rear, custom cargo rack, Chevrolet LS2 with only 1500 miles! MSD ignition, Brand new ford 9" high pinion front end with arb locker, Dana 60 rear end with spool, brand new built monster transmission 700r4 with electric lock up, manual valve body, good up to 650 HP, 300 transfer case, reduction box, fuel cell, Trail Ready beadlocks Sadly going to have to sell this baby since we have only been able to use it about 7 times and need the space in our garage! But it has been such a fun ride and takes us anywhere we want to go!

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