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post #1 of (permalink) Old 04-26-2009, 11:02 AM Thread Starter
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A swell CJ for sale

Hoghead sent me this link for "1978 CJ 7 Jeep Monster Mud Buggy 44" Tires 24" Lift"

It's too good not to share!

eBay Motors: Jeep : CJ (item 150340582518 end time Apr-28-09 09:54:16 PDT)

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1. The rear end on it is not working. I think i turned the key in the axle, the rears turn but the wheels will not. It will roll though. I have priced complete rear ends and you can get them for around $300.00 or so they key runs about $10.00. SO i hope its the Key.
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7. It has about a 24" Shackle lift. This gives you the hight but makes for a bummby ride on the road. May want to redo it. Its up to you!!!
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The REALLY good news, although it's under the Bad news category, is that there's no title so, if the good Lord's willing, you'll never meet up with it on the street.

EVERYTHING's easy for the guy who doesn't have to do it.
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I think the symbol in the middle of the grill says it all.... The shackles and wheels are unbelievable.... Other than that it might make a nice ride
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No I had no part in the molestation er I mean building of this poor jeep
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Andy, I think that's even beyond you Here's one that Im working on that you might like. Started off as a 93 Ranger two wheel drive that had been in a flood. It's now going to be riding high with a K5 drivetrain...

Chevy V8 with a SM465/205 combo 12 bolt rear, 44 front and moved the rear axle forward a foot and chopped off the rear. I have to hide from all the Ford guy's
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Plus, hee kant spell vairy well.

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