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|11-16-2019 06:30 PM|
|Jeepdvm||I know it’s an old thread, but I need to replace the same sections on my 78 cj5. Could you tell me more about the process? Did require a lot of welding? Thanks|
|08-09-2018 04:53 PM|
Here's where they mount. There appears to be a small hole that it's centered on the traverse based on my pic.
|08-09-2018 08:11 AM|
In the same boat
Did you every figure this out? I just bought a 77 CJ5 and I will need to replace the same parts as you. Both outboard rails and driver side traverse will be replaced on mine but I can't find any kind of diagram or anything to. The only thing I can find is a picture of a CJ5 tub on it's side. Does replacing these parts require the tub to be removed from the frame?
|03-17-2018 10:12 AM|
1978 CJ5 Outboard Rails
Recently picked up 78 CJ5. Overall decent shape but the floor pans, outboard rails and the sections of the traverse where the outboard rails attached are in awful shape. Its to the point that I can's see how the rails attach at the traverse. If anyone has a picture or could take one and post it I would be very grateful. Getting these few pieces welded in is the only thing keeping me from getting the seats back in it and taking it for a spin. I attached a pic of the rails. The CJ7 rails are a bit longer but probably sit the same so a pic of those would probably work. Also, I understand that the captured nut will attach to the rubber bushing but could anyone tell me what the two threaded holes are to the right and left of the captured nut? Thanks for reading. Have a great weekend.