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1986 Jeep CJ7 Laredo project someone gave up on.
Those are 36x12.5x15 swampers on there and those shackles are quite long.
The body was attempted to be replaced, but it is a loss... frame looks really nice.
I got all the Laredo goodies as well that had been dry stored.
Got it running last night, but now what to do...

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I have to go back and get a few more boxes of parts and the hard top.
It ended up pouring and was 35 degrees... miserable conditions... but got it done.
The interior is pretty nice as I think the hard top was on the whole time (or a lot of it).

I will tear it down and get back to the work on the cab for the truck now that the weather has turned and I no longer have so much to do outside.

The "big" news is on hold until the new year... stay tuned.

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With all the snow... literally shoved everything I could into the shop so the truck could go in as well and not get tons of snow on it...

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Teardown is going along... until I saw this.... why?

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Double side sticky tape is inexpensive and takes way less effort... shame too, that was in nice shape.

All the metal went to the recyclers as well so far and the rest put away... really made a dent yesterday... so now I can relax for a day!

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