Cj5 dismantle

Cj5 dismantle

thiswontbetooexpensive

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1980 CJ5, Stock and original
258I6, Dana 300, T 176
(poor thing needs a little bit of time and a few kind words)
Is it necessary to remove the fuel tank before removing the tub? Only bad bolts so far and would be easier to do after tub was off.


This won't be too expensive Dear! That's what I keep saying. Over and over again.
 
On mine I dropped the tank, it was easier to access the lights and underneath backend.


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Thanks for the timely reply!😐


This won't be too expensive Dear! That's what I keep saying. Over and over again.
 
Course I'm taking everything apart anyway. So that was a factor


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