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Unread 07-03-2010, 09:29 AM   #1
paraman72
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1985 CJ7 
 
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1985 cj7 rebuild

I am nearing the completion phase of my rebuild and I am ready to mount the fiberglass body to the frame. After reading some forums here I see that some of you used the flat steel to transverse the body mounts. I am curious as to has not done this. My tub has the reinforcing ribs on the underside and was wondering with this is it still necessary. Also in regards to mounting lights to the tub what did you find to work the best for you. I am aware that I will have to run grounds to the framework for the lights. Also any other important noted to share I would greatly appreciate it.
Pics will be forth coming soon. Too much working and little time to load pics...

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85 CJ7 Build in progress, 258 with T-5 and dana 300.
Fiberglass tub Raptor lined interior, rustoleum lined the underside. Modified family roll bar from fender mounted rollbar. Full tie ins to the frame soon to come.
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Unread 07-05-2010, 09:22 AM   #2
paraman72
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any help???
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85 CJ7 Build in progress, 258 with T-5 and dana 300.
Fiberglass tub Raptor lined interior, rustoleum lined the underside. Modified family roll bar from fender mounted rollbar. Full tie ins to the frame soon to come.
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