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    Cj5 build up

    Picked up a cj 5 last month and going to start giving it a good go over with some mods..it's a fiberglass body 258 t150 with wide track axels..
    So far on the project the mostly everything has been pulled except the engine...the frame had some rot and that has all been welded up..going to try and do this rebuild while leaving the tub on..right now working on cleaning up the frame..be ready for painting but not sure what holds up well..don't want to spend a lot but would like something that will last..any suggestions
    Ohh and I'll start posting pics soon as I figure out how

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    Good luck with the build. My CJ5 took a long time to get where she is now. It is a never ending process.
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    Thanks to Jim at rock spider for the new bds 4 " lift and goodies that will be going on

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    G]http://www.jeepkings.ca/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=95133&d=1390267084[/IMG

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    some progress
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    looking good so far!
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    bit more basically every things out now..going to clean the back end and paint..straighten up some wiring..frame is really solid..no repairs needed at back..im glad

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    coming along

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    I'm thinking about removing the vapour canister up in the rear fender well..anyone have any problems after doing that?

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    Havnt posted in a while been busy...but dosnt look like much but the frame has been primed twice then a high build rocker guard on top..lots of prep work..anyways running the new fuel line I decided to use a bit more rubber line than factory..just easier than bending up and over that shock mount which seemed impossible..I also decided to go through the frame a little..going to ad a protector for the rubber on the way in and out of the frame...I would have rather done steel almost to the tank but this is the way it's going to be..anyone see any issues..hopefully no vapour lock or problems

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    Hopefully this isn't upside down
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    Next step...install fuel tank

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