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Unread 08-31-2014, 12:08 PM   #1
roboban11
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Rebuild Checklist?

Hello,

I was on this site a while back but havent been on in a while and forgot my password/login, anyways. Im about to leave the country for a bit and my dad is going to lean heavily into rebuilding our cj7 from the ground up. I was wondering if there was a checklist for the best order to do things anywhere out there? Neither of us have done a full rebuild and want to make sure we do it right the first time. We have a 401 block and BJ's book when it comes to the engine, so have that piece figured out (more or less). Ive done some googling on this but haven't found a recommended order to tackle this bad boy. Any help would be cool and we will probably be on here with more problems soon.

Thanks

Tim

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