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Unread 01-24-2007, 03:04 PM   #1
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full size jeep swap to cj?

I just bought a 1976 CJ7 for $100. This Jeep does not have axles, motor, trans, or t-case. It does have 4-6" lift springs, OK body (only one small hole from rust), good cage, & a good frame. I can get a full size 1974 Jeep 4x4 truck for $300. Will everything swap over to the CJ-7? How strong are the parts on those old trucks? I have another thread going in the CJ forum here's the link

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