I pulled the axles out of the amc 20, pulled the differential, pulled the cross shaft out. Replaced the broken cross shaft. Got the differential back in the housing. Got the drivers side axle back in. This was over the weekend.
1985 cj 7. 360 V8, 35X12.50 BFG's sitting on Crager 15X8 rims, summer brothers axle rear, Yukon axles up front, lock rite lockers front and rear, 5" of lift, body armor, six point roll cage, 8000lb warn winch, 4.56 yukon gears front and rear, t-18, dana 300. And much more on the way.
Nothing but rest for the old CJ. What I really want to do is take it off the road so that I can pull the motor and tranny so that I can replace the clutch, have the flywheel resurfaced, replace all of the motor gaskets, and have the head refreshed. Now that I've got some extra cash from Christmas and winning my Fantasy Football league (that's right, I'm a dork). I can get my other car back on the road again so that I can take the Jeep off of it and hopefully have it ready for the spring.
Got the tow bars bolted up, rigged up some lights. Now the rust bucket can get hauled in for major surgery.
First to the muffler shop for duals- if they'll fit.
Then to someone who can probably wire up the mutt engine and make it talk to the CJ- that turned out to be way over my head.
1984 CJ7 Mud Slingin Rust Bucket
90 YJ tub
Ford Mutt 5.0( 69 block, 89 EFI)