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    my 84 waggie

    84 wagoneer on 38's with 14" of custom built lift 3/4 ton Chevy axles and 465 hpName:  cannon 008.jpg
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    Thank you from BT Junior wrench of the Forum
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    Very nice! Is it a 401?
    74 CJ5, 360w/T-18/D20, Scout D44's Locked front & rear w 5.38's, 36" Swampers & a ton of work...

    It's a Jeep thing, Chrysler doesn't understand!

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    Thank you from BT Senior Wrench of the forum Old Rugged Crosser's Avatar
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    Nothing like taken along the whole family.
    Larry The Old Rugged Crosser
    in a Old Rugged Cross'en 72 CJ-5
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    You are invited to view my rebuild of The Old Rugged Crosser --CJ-5 at:

    http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f8/rebuilding-old-rugged-crosser-cj5-1180801/

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    Thank you from BT Tech Master Bulltear Forum
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    Always good to see some other FSJ's.
    parting several FSJ'S

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