Jeep CJ-7 Rebuild
This Video is the completed version of my 1976 Jeep CJ-7 Rebuild. 5.5 inch
Spring-over, 1 inch leaf springs, 1 inch shackles, 1 inch body lift, 35
inch thornbirds. AMC 304, TH400 transmission, Quadratrac Transfer Case.
New: Steel body, fenders, hood, brake lines, fuel lines, Painless wiring
harness, hedman hedders, cherry bomb Exhaust, dui distributer, fuel tank, gauges
Jeep Parking Only
Jeep in A Parking Lot A week After A Snow Parked on A Snow Mound With An H3
a couple cars down
An In-Depth Look at Project RattleTrap
This is for all of the gear heads out there who want to know every nut and
bolt used on Project RattleTrap. Martin Barkey goes through the exterior,
interior, engine bay and suspension to let you know which parts have been
Don't forget to check out each of the manufacturers that sponsored the
RattleTrap build. They have excellent products that work on mild to the
most wild builds!
134132 / 1980 Jeep CJ 7
This body-off restoration, completed in 2012, is what happens when you buy
a $22k CJ7 and use it as the starting point for your own no-limits build.
Complete with a rebuilt 401 V8, fresh paint, and a killer period-correct
Pack Mule trailer, this is the CJ for those who are ready for something
more than just a mud toy. If that sounds like your scene, take a minute and
get to know this killer 1980 Jeep.
This '80 CJ7 takes its legendary traits and covers them in an eye-popping
coat Porsche Guards Red that contrast perfectly with the long list of black
and chrome accessories found across the vehicle. The paintwork presents
well, casting even reflections from nearly any point on the body tub. The
paintwork is continued onto a 1979 Pack Mule trailer included in the sale,
which has been finished to the same high standards as the Jeep itself.
Lift the hood and you'll find classic Jeep power in the form of an AMC 401
cubic inch V8 borrowed from a Wagoneer of the same era. These engines made
somewhere in the neighborhood of 215 hp and 320 lb. ft. of torque in stock
form, but this one has received a number of upgrades including a Holley
Street Avenger carburetor, Edelbrock Performer intake manifold, Edelbrock
headers, and a MSD ignition system. Turn the key and the engine fires to
life, settling into a mellow idle.
Behind the engine, a three-speed automatic transmission takes care of
shifting duties, while a Dana 300 transfer case divides the 401's power
between a Dana 30 front axle and an AMC 20 rear. Around the drivetrain,
updated leaf springs and a set of Fox Racing shocks add up to a total of
four inches of lift. That lift helps accommodate a set of aluminum Mickey
Thompson wheels wrapped in tall 33-inch BF Goodrich Mud-Terrain T/A tires.
Even the trailer has leaf springs and 31's! Power steering and power brakes
make the CJ surprisingly easy to operate.
Open up the doors and you'll find a great example of the utilitarian
interiors Jeeps are known for. The configuration is based around two
high-back bucket seats and a small bench seat, all wrapped in waterproof
Bestop seat covers. A lockable center console has been added but the nearly
everything else is pure Jeep design.
This CJ started its restoration nicer than most and ended up a head-turning
show-worthy stunner equally as capable off-road as it is in the show field.
If you're ready to stop wrenching on project Jeeps and start driving an
awesome one, call, click, or visit: http://rkmotorscharlotte.com for more
information on this 1980 CJ7!
How-To Tear Down an Old Jeep for Rebuild
Chris Duke from Motorz TV http://www.motorz.tv/ shows you how to remove
various parts from a 1968 Jeep CJ5) and prepare it for rebuild
Show notes: http://www.motorz.tv/jeep-teardown/
jeep cj7 rock crawling
I shooting with my action camera NILOX F-60 jeep cj7 goes rock crawler
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ICON "Reformer" Custom Jeep CJ7 For Sale
Perhaps one of the most thoroughly restored and tastefully updated CJ7, in
my humble opinion. A great truck, and a rare opportunity to purchase for a
fraction of the build cost.17,500 miles since new, 3000 miles since the