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post #6796 of 8325 Old 05-26-2013, 07:23 AM
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post #6797 of 8325 Old 05-26-2013, 09:17 AM
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I'll have to get out there and take some better pics. But here you go for now.
That's nice!
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post #6798 of 8325 Old 05-26-2013, 11:57 AM
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More photos...good idea...but that one sure speaks a thousand words. Nice work.

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post #6799 of 8325 Old 05-27-2013, 06:09 AM
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New guy here. Did a lot of research on this forum during my build and this site was awesome! Just thought that I would go ahead and join and post up my Jeep. Still have some things to do to get it right bit it's come a long way in the past 8 months. I hope the picture posts ok.
Great looking Jeep! Please give us some of the particulars about the driveline and more pictures!
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post #6800 of 8325 Old 05-27-2013, 10:19 AM
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Great looking Jeep! Please give us some of the particulars about the driveline and more pictures!
Here you go. I had to crop them a little due to the file size so I hope that they post ok. There is nothing over the top about my Jeep just simple and clean. The drivetrain starts with a GM 250 inline six. PO put it in and it's kind of grown on me to be honest. Very strong and it runs great. Transmission is a four speed on the floor T176 with a Dana 300 transfer case. Dana 30 front end with a AMC 20 rear. I new the gearing at one time but would have to look it back up as I forgot. It's pretty high though and turns about 1900 RPM's at 55 MPH. I bought this last September and spent the winter tearing it down and going through it. Just about everything on it has been gone through but I still have a few things left. Fuel sending unit and things like that. Overall it's a great Jeep and my 9 year old son and I have thoroughly enjoyed it. He's got the Jeep wave down pat!
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post #6801 of 8325 Old 05-27-2013, 10:25 AM
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Here you go. I had to crop them a little due to the file size so I hope that they post ok. There is nothing over the top about my Jeep just simple and clean. The drivetrain starts with a GM 250 inline six. PO put it in and it's kind of grown on me to be honest. Very strong and it runs great. Transmission is a four speed on the floor T176 with a Dana 300 transfer case. Dana 30 front end with a AMC 20 rear. I new the gearing at one time but would have to look it back up as I forgot. It's pretty high though and turns about 1900 RPM's at 55 MPH. I bought this last September and spent the winter tearing it down and going through it. Just about everything on it has been gone through but I still have a few things left. Fuel sending unit and things like that. Overall it's a great Jeep and my 9 year old son and I have thoroughly enjoyed it. He's got the Jeep wave down pat!
Very clean and beautiful! There are some really nice touches and attention to detail that you've done! Your steering linkage is so parallel that I didn't think you had a drag link on there One of my favs on the Forum for sure!
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post #6802 of 8325 Old 05-27-2013, 08:18 PM
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Those are two very clean Jeeps.
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post #6803 of 8325 Old 05-29-2013, 06:10 AM
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post #6804 of 8325 Old 05-29-2013, 09:54 PM
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Very clean and beautiful! There are some really nice touches and attention to detail that you've done! Your steering linkage is so parallel that I didn't think you had a drag link on there One of my favs on the Forum for sure!
I told myself when I bought it that I wouldn't cheap out on steering or brakes! I read a lot of horror stories about bump steer and the "death wobble" on this site and decided that I didn't want any part of it!
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post #6805 of 8325 Old 05-30-2013, 05:42 AM
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Here you go. I had to crop them a little due to the file size so I hope that they post ok. There is nothing over the top about my Jeep just simple and clean. The drivetrain starts with a GM 250 inline six. PO put it in and it's kind of grown on me to be honest. Very strong and it runs great. Transmission is a four speed on the floor T176 with a Dana 300 transfer case. Dana 30 front end with a AMC 20 rear. I new the gearing at one time but would have to look it back up as I forgot. It's pretty high though and turns about 1900 RPM's at 55 MPH. I bought this last September and spent the winter tearing it down and going through it. Just about everything on it has been gone through but I still have a few things left. Fuel sending unit and things like that. Overall it's a great Jeep and my 9 year old son and I have thoroughly enjoyed it. He's got the Jeep wave down pat!
It is a fine Jeep! Thanks for sharing!
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post #6806 of 8325 Old 05-30-2013, 06:03 AM
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I dont think i've ever posted my jeep. 7 or so years lurky and nothing. Hmm. Sorry:



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1986 CJ7 laredo (orig paint)
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You should post it ove on Stock looking Jeeps

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Here's my current project.






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post #6809 of 8325 Old 05-31-2013, 07:59 PM
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Like the Jeep. That's a very neat picture as well!
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post #6810 of 8325 Old 05-31-2013, 08:03 PM
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Here's my current project.
I love it! You mention project. What's your plans?
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