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    Default Finaly I have a CJ-7 Jeep

    Recently bought a jeep CJ-7 from Kashif Khan (FIHSAK) with the help of Burhan Khan (LAPARWAH)
    Went to Hayatabad to collect it.
    I was planing to buy a CJ for a long time, will not tell you know since when, but real long time.
    The rig is clean and stock. Obviously the engine has been changed. That I dont mind as I am a great lover of Compression Ignition engines.
    The rig needs some work to come up to the mark that I want.
    Despite the fact that Burhan and Kashif told me to keep it the way it is, I will do some changes.
    Here are some pics of the rig and my trip to Hayatabad.
    Special thanks to Burhan Khan(LAPARWAH)
    Finaly I have a CJ-7 Jeep -124945 Finaly I have a CJ-7 Jeep -124946 Finaly I have a CJ-7 Jeep -124947 Finaly I have a CJ-7 Jeep -124948 Finaly I have a CJ-7 Jeep -124949

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    Sweet ride bro.... hardcore offroad machine. Enjoy
    The possibilities are endles ... all you need is a 4x4

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    @Ghilzai

    Thanx brother
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    Quote Originally Posted by tmkhan77 View Post
    nice ride .what is the price of this vehicle.
    same query
    (1)Austin of England, a35, 1958, 850cc,,, (2) Mercedes benz , w202, C - 180 ,,, (3) 2003 HONDA CITY,,,, (4) Triumph TRW 500cc, 1952,,,,

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    Nice ride.Best of luck
    ALWAYS BE POSITIVE

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    welcome boy...

    than lets get muddy buddy....

    Quote Originally Posted by hsumbal1 View Post
    @DeeDee

    As you can see that the vehicle already has the "4X4 Engaged?" stickers on the doors I am planing to join the club as soon as my fine tuning of the CJ is complete.
    Still Play with Mogs... DeeMog 421.129 1986... http://www.youtube.com/user/DeeMog421
    http://www.pakwheels.com/forums/4x4-clubs-off-roaders-suv/87109-team-unimog-punga-project

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    Guys I need another advice from the gurus

    I am planing to change the tyres
    Currently my rig has 225/80 R15s

    What tyre size shoould I go for?
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    And Kindly recomend the brand and type e.g A/T, H/T ect. ect....
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuhaibKiani View Post
    Thats sounds like a sweet deal actually but has to be approached very carefully to make sure you don't land in trouble as finding decent parts for the original CJ7 engine is tricky....

    The original CJ7 engine is a 4.2L and you have to make sure that its not the 4.0L Wrangler engine which has the front 4x4 diff on the other side as the CJ7 transfer case. I think CJ7 drop is right side while the Wrangler is left. Though I doubt the Wrangler one will go for that price...

    You could mate the Wrangler engine to a CJ7 gearbox to solve the issue but there is a speed sensor in the flywheel which is tricky....
    the 4.0L i6 can be mated to a T5 transmission, don't know what trans hsumbal has.
    And the original transfer case will be used..

    Also there is no speed sensor on the flywheel (if we're talking about the same thing), there is only a crankshaft positioning sensor which will have to be changed / installed to run the i6.

    Check this link for some goosebumps, hsumbal

    Swapping in a 4.0L High Output MPI Engine to Replace a 258 Carburetored Engine

    The best part about the 4.0 i6 engine is that it can tow cars at its idle speed and even being a petrol engine it revs and drives like a diesel
    It might even run if you accidently put in diesel instead of petrol, but don't take my word, haven't gone that far yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wasifali89 View Post
    same query
    I also have the same query!

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    Quote Originally Posted by syncview View Post
    the 4.0L i6 can be mated to a T5 transmission, don't know what trans hsumbal has.
    And the original transfer case will be used..

    Also there is no speed sensor on the flywheel (if we're talking about the same thing), there is only a crankshaft positioning sensor which will have to be changed / installed to run the i6.

    Check this link for some goosebumps, hsumbal

    Swapping in a 4.0L High Output MPI Engine to Replace a 258 Carburetored Engine

    The best part about the 4.0 i6 engine is that it can tow cars at its idle speed and even being a petrol engine it revs and drives like a diesel
    It might even run if you accidently put in diesel instead of petrol, but don't take my word, haven't gone that far yet.
    @syncview

    No I am not talking bout this perticular engine
    The engine that I intend to go for is the older version not the MPFi one.
    This perticular engine also appeared in the CJ5s of mid and late 70s
    Its a carby. The three things that I am only concerned about(to make the engine reliable) are the Carburator, Fuel pump, and the ignition coil. These will have to be repalced/upgraded. I can get these things sourced from US as my brother is there but the estimate has come down to around $700. And we all know that the AMC engines are thirsty. But one can live with that as far as the motor runs smooth.
    Whats you take on that.
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    hmm..

    carburators can be rebuilt for cheap, you'd just need a proper rebuild kit for that specific carby, as you said you can source one from US. And a good mechanic here.

    Once you get the engine, before buying any part, it would be a wise idea to remove carby and such things and to inspect them before hand.

    Regarding the fuel pump, you can always opt for an external electric fuel pump.. new ext fuel pumps can be bought locally for cheap and can be installed easily.. pressures are managed using thicker or thinner return fuel lines..

    Ignition coil / wires / plugs are again not a problem, can be bought locally for a very good price.

    One upgrade I'd do to that setup is the alternator, they have tiny ones like a 63AMP. A 100AMP alternator or higher can be sourced locally.

    what transmission / transfer case combination does your jeep currently has?

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    Quote Originally Posted by syncview View Post
    hmm..

    carburators can be rebuilt for cheap, you'd just need a proper rebuild kit for that specific carby, as you said you can source one from US. And a good mechanic here.

    Once you get the engine, before buying any part, it would be a wise idea to remove carby and such things and to inspect them before hand.

    Regarding the fuel pump, you can always opt for an external electric fuel pump.. new ext fuel pumps can be bought locally for cheap and can be installed easily.. pressures are managed using thicker or thinner return fuel lines..

    Ignition coil / wires / plugs are again not a problem, can be bought locally for a very good price.

    One upgrade I'd do to that setup is the alternator, they have tiny ones like a 63AMP. A 100AMP alternator or higher can be sourced locally.

    what transmission / transfer case combination does your jeep currently has?
    Thanks for the valuable info.

    About the engine ur right that things can be worked out locally.

    Currently I have a toyota Hilux five speed box and transfer case.
    But today I have found a four speed Jeep box with original transfer case in Bilal Gunj.

    I did not show a lot of interest in as I did not want to tip the kabaaria off.
    But Inshallah after the Eid hopfully I will talk to him bou the engine and Transmission. Lets see how it works out.
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    There was a five-speed version as well.. Borg Warner T-5.. you might even find one.. with the same dana 20 transfer case.. i'm quite sure the kabaria has the dana 20 case..


    Yeah most of them can be done locally, the original mechanical fuel pump seems to be a hard one..

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    Got new tyres on my CJ
    31X10.5/R15
    The tyres give the rig an impressive look.
    Finaly I have a CJ-7 Jeep -134497 Finaly I have a CJ-7 Jeep -134498 Finaly I have a CJ-7 Jeep -134499 Finaly I have a CJ-7 Jeep -134500
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    Kindly suggest the air preasure aswell
    Currently I am keeping 28 psi.
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    Guyz this is the final product that I have in my mind.
    All the Jeep Project gurus pls, ur advice and expert opinion aew required.
    Finaly I have a CJ-7 Jeep -136624 Finaly I have a CJ-7 Jeep -136625 Finaly I have a CJ-7 Jeep -136626 Finaly I have a CJ-7 Jeep -136627 Finaly I have a CJ-7 Jeep -136628
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    Here are some more.
    Finaly I have a CJ-7 Jeep -136631 Finaly I have a CJ-7 Jeep -136632 Finaly I have a CJ-7 Jeep -136633 Finaly I have a CJ-7 Jeep -136634 Finaly I have a CJ-7 Jeep -136635
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    congratz
    ???

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    and some more
    Finaly I have a CJ-7 Jeep -136642 Finaly I have a CJ-7 Jeep -136643 Finaly I have a CJ-7 Jeep -136644 Finaly I have a CJ-7 Jeep -136645 Finaly I have a CJ-7 Jeep -136646
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    Is this Hard Top avialable in Pakistan
    Finaly I have a CJ-7 Jeep -136655 Finaly I have a CJ-7 Jeep -136656 Finaly I have a CJ-7 Jeep -136657
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