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Unread 03-06-2013, 05:02 PM   #121
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Sorry for the long absence. I came from China to visit some Jeep accessory makers.

Anyway, just wanted to post our biggest Hydraulic press here. It's 1200 tons. We use it to stamp floorings, hoods, fenders , rims and all the other big parts.



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Unread 03-06-2013, 05:16 PM   #122
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Here is a picture of our Original Body Tub Library.





Again, we still need the following tubs:

We need the following tubs:
1 .CJ7 Late (1977-85)
2 .CJ5 Early, Version A (1954-62)
3 . CJ5 Early, Version B (1963-69)
4. CJ5 Late, Version B (1978-83)
5. CJ5 Late, Version A (1976-77)
6. M38 (1950-53)
7. CJ6 Early (1955-75)
8. CJ6 Late (1976-81)

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Unread 03-06-2013, 07:27 PM   #123
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Unread 03-06-2013, 07:45 PM   #124
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Sorry for the long absence. I came from China to visit some Jeep accessory makers.

Anyway, just wanted to post our biggest Hydraulic press here. It's 1200 tons. We use it to stamp floorings, hoods, fenders , rims and all the other big parts.

Wow! You really are on the other side of the world. Everything is up-side-down.

In all seriousness, I'm very appreciative of your desire to continue to improve your product. And give all of us a better idea of your factory. It's a small community and having a vender that is actively trying to solicit feedback and improve there product is very valuable.

Keep up the good work, the open-ness of trying to improve your product, and your participation. I have little dought it will benefit you, your product and the Jeep community overall.

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Unread 03-06-2013, 08:57 PM   #125
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Here is a picture of our Original Body Tub Library.





Again, we still need the following tubs:

We need the following tubs:
1 .CJ7 Late (1977-85)
2 .CJ5 Early, Version A (1954-62)
3 . CJ5 Early, Version B (1963-69)
4. CJ5 Late, Version B (1978-83)
5. CJ5 Late, Version A (1976-77)
6. M38 (1950-53)
7. CJ6 Early (1955-75)
8. CJ6 Late (1976-81)

Cheers,
Rommel
Hi Rommel,

Hope you had a good trip. Just want to stress again that the CJ7 tub would be best served by three versions, 1976-1977, 1978-1980 and 1981-1986. There were significant differences in each of the three variants and you're going to find probably that the CJ7 from all three groups and the late CJ5 are going to be your biggest sellers if you get all the kinks worked out of them.
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Unread 03-07-2013, 02:46 AM   #126
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Hi Rommel,

Hope you had a good trip. Just want to stress again that the CJ7 tub would be best served by three versions, 1976-1977, 1978-1980 and 1981-1986. There were significant differences in each of the three variants and you're going to find probably that the CJ7 from all three groups and the late CJ5 are going to be your biggest sellers if you get all the kinks worked out of them.
Yup the trip was successful. Thanks for the advise on CJ7 Models. Will keep it in mind
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Unread 03-07-2013, 03:58 AM   #127
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Nope. Firewall is completely different. There are no similarities whatsoever, fuse box, blower etc. having said that there is one similarity, the carbon canister is on the left side whether right hand drive or wrong hand drive ( like that voodoo dude?) hehehe
The bulkheads are slightly different in RHD but should not take too much to put together an offerring that would keep us happy.

There are plenty of CJ7s and others in Indonesia going back to the first Willys models and nearly all RHD. Unfortunately we have lots of labour to patch and repair so it would have to be pretty good to convince us to buy a new body.

A reasonable CJ sells here for about US$7000 so they are worth restoring.
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Unread 03-07-2013, 05:07 AM   #128
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The bulkheads are slightly different in RHD but should not take too much to put together an offerring that would keep us happy.

There are plenty of CJ7s and others in Indonesia going back to the first Willys models and nearly all RHD. Unfortunately we have lots of labour to patch and repair so it would have to be pretty good to convince us to buy a new body.

A reasonable CJ sells here for about US$7000 so they are worth restoring.
There's a lot of differences Bagus, steering, brake/clutch mountings and reinforcement plate, heater/blower etc, fuse/junction box, battery tray. If we were offered anything less than "original" spec we'd only be successful if we rebuild our RHD as LHD. At least then I'd have a home for my Painful wiring harness.

Hey by the way I thought all "Jeeps" in Bali had no front diff, Datsun 120Y engines and triple stainless roll bars, cept yours of course.
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Unread 03-07-2013, 10:45 AM   #129
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Can I assume you also make, and in turn sell, parts for these bodies like floor pans (partial & full), side panels, tailgates, etc.?
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Unread 03-07-2013, 03:20 PM   #130
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Can I assume you also make, and in turn sell, parts for these bodies like floor pans (partial & full), side panels, tailgates, etc.?
They do but just don't order it from "the Australian distributor" it will NEVER arrive
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Unread 03-07-2013, 04:36 PM   #131
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There are plenty of CJ7s and others in Indonesia going back to the first Willys models and nearly all RHD. Unfortunately we have lots of labour to patch and repair so it would have to be pretty good to convince us to buy a new body.
A reasonable CJ sells here for about US$7000 so they are worth restoring.
We have a dealer in Tangeran in Indonesia! His name is Nono Purwidwiyanto. Nice guy He has an airconditioned room just for his Jeep parts
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Unread 03-07-2013, 04:41 PM   #132
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They do but just don't order it from "the Australian distributor" it will NEVER arrive
Please pm me so we can discuss about Australian orders
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Unread 03-07-2013, 05:06 PM   #133
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Cj7 swap

I have a 85 cj7 that's in nice condition. I'm thinking about putting a brand new tub on it just because I'm a tad on the anal side. I'd give it 7 out of 10 right now. I can send pics if interested.
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Unread 03-07-2013, 06:33 PM   #134
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There's a lot of differences Bagus, steering, brake/clutch mountings and reinforcement plate, heater/blower etc, fuse/junction box, battery tray. If we were offered anything less than "original" spec we'd only be successful if we rebuild our RHD as LHD. At least then I'd have a home for my Painful wiring harness.

Hey by the way I thought all "Jeeps" in Bali had no front diff, Datsun 120Y engines and triple stainless roll bars, cept yours of course.
We don't have heaters, if you can find the fuse box good luck to you, battery tray is almost generic. The only thing that needs to attach to my bulkhead is the steering column and pedal box and clucth master.

Making the necessary changes to stamp a RHD bulkhead pressing in a press is not such a big deal, because it is just the one stamping.

And Bagusjeep is proud to have a front diff.........
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Unread 03-07-2013, 08:12 PM   #135
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I have a 85 cj7 that's in nice condition. I'm thinking about putting a brand new tub on it just because I'm a tad on the anal side. I'd give it 7 out of 10 right now. I can send pics if interested.
sure pls pm me first and then email pics
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