Originally Posted by Cutlass327
As for the lack of CJ stuff in the catalogs.. Think how thick those things would be if they included all of their parts they offer for every Jeep.. They'd kill many trees, pay out the wazoo for shipping/postage, all for vehicles that there is only a niche group for anymore.
Based on the number of thick catalogs I get per year from one company in particular, I'd have to say they don't care at all about printing or postage expenses. I think they would sell more, though, if they made a CJ/YJ catalog separate from the TJ/JK catalog. I think the main problem is deciding where the dividing line is since Jeep never switched everything over all at once to make a new model. For instance early YJs and late CJ's share engines but not axles, and the bodies are very similar, except the grille. TJ's and late YJs share engines and axles (except mounting) but not bodies.