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post #1 of (permalink) Old 04-20-2002, 08:36 PM
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What\'s the best spare parts to take for an \'81 CJ?

What are the most popluar spare parts to take for a '81 CJ w/I6 when out on the trail?
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Re: What\'s the best spare parts to take for an \'81 CJ?

a 12 pack
crack pipe
metalica tape

and some SQUARE headlights [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]
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Re: What\'s the best spare parts to take for an \'81 CJ?

Axles, U-joints, duct tape, baling wire, super glue, and chewing gum, vice grips, a big hammer, and a swiss army knife... with that stuff you should be able to fix everyone's jeep... J/K. [img]images/icons/tongue.gif[/img]

Honestly what you take will depend on what you've got... Stock drive train vs. heavily modified. I usually carry spare axle and driveshaft parts as they are the most prone to breakage behind my V8, Otherwise steering parts and such would be second on my list.
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Re: What\'s the best spare parts to take for an \'81 CJ?

oh yeah, the duct tape and baling wire can prove truly invaluable on the trail though.
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If it is stock axles, take extra locking hubs. They always break on those d30s
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Re: What\'s the best spare parts to take for an \'81 CJ?

I would second the Duct tape, bailing wire, 12 pack (not brew on the trail, but our favorite is Dew), and the AC/DC-MEtalica-aerosmith-queen-zz top-GNR tape or CD, that is good wheeling music plus more!
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Re: What\'s the best spare parts to take for an \'81 CJ?

A second Jeep.
A frend can pull you, run for parts or at least take you home.
Wheeling alone can turn into a long walk. Been there.
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No doubt, Jeepin's like swimmin, never go alone or on a full stomach [img]images/icons/tongue.gif[/img] Seriously though could you imagine trying to get your ride out of a mudhole with no one to pull you out? Talk about a long slimy afternoon!!! [img]images/icons/frown.gif[/img]
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A FIRST AID KIT!

Jeez....cant believe you guys overlooked that...and some water! <shaking head....The crackpipe wont do your dead/broken a$$ any good! hehehe

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