A couple of Q's for all you high-IQ types out there!
1) Does anyone know of an aftermarket co. that makes "flat fender" style front fenders for CJ's? I have mine cropped now, but have seen some neat looking fenders in various rags. Any info?
2) How about a twin-stick version of the Dana 20? Looking at schematics, I see two selection rods for engagement so it seems fair to say a twin-stick conversion would be viable. I am going to attempt this sometime this spring, but if there is a conversion out there somewhere...well....
Any info, thoughts, ramblings, curses, marriage proposals, etc will be entertained, if not outright welcomed! LOL!
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'76 CJ7 w/'83 258 ci w/MC 2150 carb, T150, Dana 20 T-case, 30F/AMC20 rear, stock gears, 31" Armstrongs, 2.5" Skyjacker, Bestop soft top...all in all, a work in progress!
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there is a fiber shop in cali that makes flat fender fenders for CJs. it is a small place and i cant remember the name off-hand. maybe a cali jeeper will know the name.
about the dana20 twin stick. you have to do a lil inside the case inorder to beable to go to the twin stick if i remember right. a simple search with yahoo, google, etc. for "dana 20 twin stick" will bring up tons of info on how to do it yourself and a few of the places to get the kits.
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There are some fenders made by Kevin Kehrberg in Washington State that are the flat style and are said to be way stronger than the stock ones. There was an article about them in the March 2003 FOURWHEELER on pg. 80. Phone 253-312-5114. There is no business name, just his. Hope it helped.
Originally posted by dana60cj There are some fenders made by Kevin Kehrberg in Washington State that are the flat style and are said to be way stronger than the stock ones. There was an article about them in the March 2003 FOURWHEELER on pg. 80. Phone 253-312-5114. There is no business name, just his. Hope it helped.
Yeah what he said! I read this article and the fenders look pretty nice, and are strong, might wanna check it out
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