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Unread 01-08-2012, 03:21 PM   #1
smittycjfive
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hi new here so just wanted to share my project with you. i have a 76 cj5 with the 4.2 and 4 speed tranny. when i bought it the front axle was broke so i just got a pair of dana 44's out of a 77 scout. i have a 4 inch body lift with 33x12.5. i also just put a new soft top from bestop. i plan on adding 4 inch lift springs so i can run 35x13.5x15 tires. i also plan on rebuilding the 4.2, runs great just want more power. i want to be able to drive it in town then tear up any mudd road that gets in my way. i leave by the platte river in nebraska and would like to go river bogging. any tips or comments would help. what are you guys doing to the 4.2 to get more power, is it worth building up? i will post pictures when i get some

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