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Unread 11-17-2005, 03:54 PM   #1
Matt in TN
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1979 CJ7 
Join Date: Aug 2005
Location: Baxter, TN
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Low lifted CJ's and 35's

I'm looking for pics of 2.5-3" lifted CJ's and 35" tires. I'm planning on doing this and don't mind cutting the fenders away to nothing, as I realize they'll rub quite a bit - just trying to visualize what it'll look like.

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[B]'79 CJ-7, 304, T-18a, Dana 20, AMC-20 w/ Yukon 1-piece axles, and Dana-30, 33x12.50x15, 1" Body Lift w/ heavily trimmed fenders, full cage with seats and harnesses, CJ/Wagoneer power steering upgrade, custom front and rear bumpers, body armor, and belly-up skidplate[/B]
In the garage, waiting for hell to freeze over so I can finish the installation: Waggy front D44, AMC M23 rear
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