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03-23-2020 01:50 PM
Originally Posted by jchal3 View Post
Here is a few....I'll take more as I weld them in

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Some updates

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03-19-2020 11:50 PM
WSS Thank-you very much! well done sir.

03-18-2020 06:11 PM
mpulokas AutoCAD is my friend. Linetypes, spacing scale and colors are just a click and select. The hard part was tracing the weird symbols for everything - they did not have copy and past back then apparently so my drawing is maybe "Better" than the originals. I used original scans of the drawings and underlay them in the background. Adjust the scale to make it look right and then draw over it.
03-18-2020 05:55 PM
John Strenk Looks great! did you have to dash the lines by hand or have something that drew dashed lines.??
03-18-2020 05:31 PM
mpulokas I have been harboring this little item for some time I hope people can use. I used it to rewire my CJ and I was tired of looking at what was out there. I also didn't want to pay some Poster Company a million dollars for what was already in my hands but just bad quality... I also expected that what I would get would be just as poor quality from them anyway just fancy laminated.

It is a PDF file in color and Fantastic resolution of the 77-78 CJ wiring diagrams. I redrew this off tattered and torn paper from old photocopies I have and other PDFs scavenged off the internet and put it all into CAD in color and layered so that I can turn on and off items and circuits at my whim ( and documents my re-wiring exploits). I tried hard to get it all to the right scale. I think the original paper size was 15"x34" which is a non-standard size so I put it on ANSI D (22x34). I can make a B/W version but this was all for my benefit and I am just sharing. I also made a version that is split and downscaled on two sheets of 11x17 so I could print and tape together with the printer I have. I make no warranty or guarantee this does not have any errors. I am hesitant to give away the raw CAD file. Maybe if I get really ambitious I will put up the MSD controller version when I upgraded that.

Let me know if you like this.
03-13-2020 02:16 PM
WSS That is amazing! Even did a CJ5!! Imagine the time it takes to see one of these through, front to back.
03-13-2020 12:10 PM
John Strenk Got to print the CJ5 on my 3d Printer.

Found here:

Here is a video, look around the 4:30 mark....
03-12-2020 05:07 AM
jchal3 Here is a few....I'll take more as I weld them in

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03-12-2020 03:14 AM
Originally Posted by jchal3 View Post
Here are some patch panels I made for my CJ7 frame this weekend. Hopefully they will help someone out.
Very good job! Thank you so much!
Do you have some photos of the cut parts? I don't understand where they go some patches..
03-09-2020 07:33 AM
Cj7 frame panels

Here are some patch panels I made for my CJ7 frame this weekend. Hopefully they will help someone out.
01-20-2020 10:53 PM
WSS Here are some pics of the project on the TJ. The YJ specific parts will bring it closer to a CJ hopefully. If you have specific needs or find a solution, post up here, I'll keep an eye.

One thing I must mention, CJ;s have different frame widths that change at least once between '72 and (Mr. Adams year I think) '77. We found this out making gas tanks. LOL

Ok, this pic shows the top and front on a TJ, the YJ "front" is two files/pieces to eliminate the bend and need for a big press brake.

This pic shows the top only using stock bolt hole pattern. I did slot these holes but not enough to cover TJ to YJ, just enough to cover bent frames. Here will be the big issue for the CJ, what is the bolt pattern??

Here you can see the curve, the curve on the two piece is more usable as you can angle to your taste:

The shackles are 1" A36/mild plate

Note plate at back of shackle, it is right in line with the frame (of a TJ), we will need to address this too. I suppose it is ok to be out of line of frame, it just seemed the right spot to place.

Weld up inside before capping:

The weld between bottom and front plate was a little custom, I had to trim it a little and fold it into place (beat it to fit).

The bottom file posted has a relief cut in on driver side to clear the steering box, dunno if CJ's are going to need it, or perhaps a deeper relief.

Once fit, weld it up.......

I like the ground finish, so I spent some time grinding down the welds

I included the specs on the stinger hoop, any shape will work really, or no stinger at all.

The files for the light bar are made to fit around a Warn XD9000i, can be modified to fit any winch. The idea is you can fit random or single bar lights that adjust together by loosening side bolts and rotating whole bar

Anderson mount for jumper cables:

bulkhead mount for air:

Light var details:

Ready to roll

W/Rigid infrareds:

01-17-2020 12:53 PM
John Strenk Keep 'em coming!!
01-17-2020 10:12 AM
WSS Here are some light bar and other mics mounts for the bumper project.
01-17-2020 10:09 AM
WSS YJ specific parts, many of the TJ parts are the same. I modified the TJ front drawing to be in two pieces to avoid a press brake operation.
01-17-2020 10:05 AM
WSS I'm going to come back later and add pics. Just wanted to get the files here for you to use.

TJ Bumper parts
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