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post #1 of (permalink) Old 02-26-2003, 12:13 AM
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still have some CJ-7 parts

I am needing to make space in my garage quick.I still have several things left on the CJ-7 I was parting out.I will make someone a heck of a deal if they will take everything(to much to list right now,I will work on writing everything down),or I can break it down into lots.


lot#1:
304,complete from carb to oil pan,motor mounts and exhaust included
Dana 30,AMC 20,complete,drum to drum
Dana 20 transfer case,complete,with skid
T-150,3-speed tranny
clutch
driveshafts for CJ-7 for above drivetrain
gas tank and skid
motor,tranny,transfer case all still bolted together
$585,must be picked up

lot#2:
seat frames,driver has sliders,pass has tilt up
2 back seats,1 fold and tumble,1 with storage underneath
tailgate
grill
hood
steering column,non-tilt
heater assy
front and rear seatbelts
grant steering wheel,decent shape
black visors
rear view mirror
$345,must be picked up

I am in southern ,IL

I have several other things not listed.Thanks to all who have replied and purchased.Kevin,
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Re: still have some CJ-7 parts

I have an interesting request. Did this CJ you are parting out have a complete steering wheel. And if it did. Did it have the little disk in the center that says the word "JEEP" on it. The disk is about the size of a half doller. If you have one, I would like it.
Also what color are the seat belts if you have them?
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Re: still have some CJ-7 parts

no steering wheel disc,it had a Grant wheel

Seat belts I think are black(I will check)
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Re: still have some CJ-7 parts

Bummer about the steering wheel disk. Thanks for checking

Does anyone know if the seatbelts from a CJ will be a direct bolt in to a YJ. If they are I will take the drivers side seat belt.
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Re: still have some CJ-7 parts

is that tank the 20+ gallon one?
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Re: still have some CJ-7 parts

it looks like a stock tank.If I knew the measurements I could check to see.Let me know
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1. OEM 20 gal tanks were Plastic for the 80's CJ's.
2. The skid plate would be a box, and hang down furhter.
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Re: still have some CJ-7 parts

I am looking for the original knobs for the T150 & Dana 20 combo.

Have you still got thoes by chance?
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post #10 of (permalink) Old 03-04-2003, 05:43 PM
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Re: still have some CJ-7 parts

I have the knobs but don't want to get rid of them because I still have the transfer case and tranny to sell.Thanks
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