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Unread 11-16-2010, 03:46 PM   #1
vladimircicoff
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CJ tub on a DJ?

Has anyone ever or know anyone who has ever swapped a CJ5 tub on a DJ5?

I bought a 1975 DJ5 (RHD) for my postal route, and I love it, but the body is just about shot. I would love to change it to a CJ5 tub, but the tech I talked to at 4WD told me it wouldn't work. I put a fiberglass tub on my '83 CJ7, I thought it wasn't too bad.

Am I hosed, or can this be done? Are the tubs the same size, even? I have access to a decent garage, but I will be working on my own.

Thank in advance for any info you can give me.

EDIT: Sorry, wrong subforum.


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