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For Sale - Jeep Related / Free 1980 Jeep CJ 5 frame
« on: April 24, 2022, 06:13:09 pm »
I have a 1980 CJ5 frame with leaf springs, cross member and gas tank skid plate that is in usable condition. Free come and get it I want it out.
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Wanted - Jeep Related / WTB Set of narrow trac rears for my 1978 CJ5
« on: March 15, 2021, 09:42:33 am »
Also looking for a 4 speed transmission to mate up with my transfer case.
Thanks Glenn

General Discussion / Re: What did you do to your Jeep today?
« on: February 29, 2012, 03:29:45 pm »
Now your story reminds me why I stopped taking my rigs off road other than the beach. Most times when you are having fun many things break and the wrenching begins. The off roading is fun but at this point in my life the wrenching isn't so I'll just read your posts and look at the pics and think about the old days. LOL Enjoy!

General Discussion / Sad News
« on: December 29, 2011, 09:21:51 pm »
Be careful when wheeling in water in this cold weather. Thoughts and prayers to the families.

SHAMOKIN, Pa. -- Carbon monoxide poisoning killed a man and woman whose bodies were found in a vehicle that got stuck in a creek.

Police in Northumberland County said they were called to the scene in Coal Township shortly before 4:30 p.m. Tuesday. They found the two in a Jeep that was partially submerged in water in a wooded area off Mountain Creek Road.

Coroner James Kelley identified the victims Wednesday as David Dascani, 38, and Kelley Gusick, 24, both of the Shamokin area. He ruled their deaths accidental.

Kelley said the Jeep's exhaust system apparently became submerged in the creek as Dascani struggled to drive out of the creek, and carbon monoxide gas then filled the vehicle because the windows were rolled up.

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Technical Advice and Questions / Hard top
« on: October 31, 2009, 04:29:27 pm »
Will a metal hardtop from a 1968 cj5 fit a 1978 cj5? How about the doors?
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Technical Advice and Questions / AMC 360
« on: September 30, 2008, 02:10:23 pm »
Does anyone know if the wrist pins in the pistons of AMC motors are the clip type or are the pressed into the piston. I am going to build a 360 and need to know what I am in for.
Thanks Glenn.

Technical Advice and Questions / Re: CJ heater blower motor
« on: January 12, 2008, 09:55:07 pm »
I installed my heater motor today. I put one that was for a 1973 Full size Blazer 350 v-8. Another Jeep board gave me the link to to the fix. It wasn't too bad. The biggest issue was cutting the hole in the firewall bigger. The GM motor was 3 1/4" diameter versus the factory jeep motor is 2 3/4" other  than that everything matched up perfectly. This motor moves allot more air than the factory motor. My jeep is  fiberglass so I think it was easier to cut the hole bigger than it would have been a metal. I only removed the card board glove box and dropped the duct assembly without taking the dash out. I didn't even unhook the dash cables. It took about 2 1/2 hours to complete. The other item I had to remove was the battery holder.
Glenn. ;Dl one.

Technical Advice and Questions / CJ heater blower motor
« on: December 26, 2007, 10:06:07 pm »
Do I need to remove the entire duct system to replace the heater motor? I see a small round cover under the dash that looks like it might get access to the heater motor but I don't want to just take stuff apart until I know how to attack the problem. I also have heard of people upgrading to a GM blower motor instead of one for a jeep. Does any one know what type or model?
Thanks Glenn.

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