Axle Identification on Early Civilian Cj2A

Axle Identification on Early Civilian Cj2A

willysfan61

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79 Alfa Spider, 93 Chevy 1500, 97 Sebring,46 CJ2A
I have a 1946 CJ2a (early civilian, not very early civilian with the column shift). What is the best way to itentify the type of axles I have so I can order the correct parts?:confused:
 
I don't know much about the CJ2a, except I would like to have one. But the good fokes here can help you out I bet.The CJ2A Page Forums
 

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