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  1. mhinchliffe

    2"-3" Lift with a ride the wife will like?

    OME with YJ conversion here...smooth as it can be, it is a Jeep after all. Don't go too high cause there hard to get into! Mrs. CJ8 has commented several times about the height.
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    What flaring tool are you guys using? Just want an idea.

    Thx in advance. Not looking to work with any stainless tho
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    Rosco1974's 1985 CJ7 Project

    Jammer is the guy that turned me on to the SPI forum.......he knows what's up
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    Rosco1974's 1985 CJ7 Project

    "OsphoCoat" It's phosphoric acid. Can get it at any Ace or old school hardware store for $19/gal
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    Rosco1974's 1985 CJ7 Project

    Looks like I just moved up in line!
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    RUST! remediation ??

    If you have one or access to one a small HF type sand blast rig will take it to grey metal. It's at that point that you can epoxy seal then prime and paint. This can be done fairly neatly without disturbing/damaging the surroundings. Best way to do it. If it's not grey there's still rust there.
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    Rosco1974's 1985 CJ7 Project

    Hammer on dolly will straighten that out just fine. SPI forum is where the bodywork (jing-kings) are at. Great site for that type of stuff. Is that full float for sale? And for anyone perking their ears up (Spanks) I need a set of drive hubs for mine.
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    SJScrambler - Getting Started

    That’s a great idea..grafting part of an inexpensive, readily available front fender for the rear wheel opening. genius!
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    SJScrambler - Getting Started

    It’s like a time lapse of the frame disappearing. nice
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    SJScrambler - Getting Started

    Is that snow on the trans crossmember and rear diff? BRRRRRRR
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    SJScrambler - Getting Started

    "Gasser" Stay warm!
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    Spankrjs 1985 Spring Special CJ-7

    If you’d get a YouTube channel you’d be rich!
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    Coming along

    How much total product did it take for this? Looks like you can start assembling and get it back on the road real soon. Good work and keep us posted.
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    SJScrambler - Getting Started

    The back crossmember/bumper? looks to be 6" C channel. Ever come across a rear sway bar?
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    Spankrjs 1985 Spring Special CJ-7

    Bob's at it again...Gotta love it. You are a wealth of information WITH pictures. Thx so much
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    SJScrambler - Getting Started

    I was just going to ask if you "worked" this weekend. Looks like most of that thing ended up being swept up off the floor!
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    Local Scrambler Owner!

    That thing is straight !
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    1983 frame off refresh - finally

    Oh, and here's the backside of this project...and with my recently added JEEP mudflaps!
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    Acme Hardtop Rear Hatch Lift Cylinders - with Part Numbers

    Here's what I used and they worked out just fine. Even included 4 ball socket ends. $22 off the amazon