Bryan’s 1980 CJ-7 – Revisted

This pristine CJ-7 is kind of a “one-off” CJ in that it has some factory equipment on it that isn’t normally found on a CJ. A perfect example of Jeep’s way of using up what they have.  In the years since we first posted info on this Jeep a lot has changed.

The Jeep is now running on a set of  front and rear Dana 44 axles equipped with 4.10 gears and ARB Air Lockers.  The rear Dana 44 is equipped with disc brakes.  The tires are 35×12.50 BFG Mud Terrain KM2 on Mickey Thompson Classic II faux beadlock wheels.

In addition to the new running gear the Jeep is sporting a set of  TJ flares to help with clearance on the 35’s.  Underneath a TeraFlex TeraLow 4.1 sits in the Dana 300 transfer case and out front is a Superwinch 9000 with synthetic rope.  Some future mods are an on board air system and who knows what else.

See the original story.  Bryan’s 1980 CJ-7