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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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    Quote Originally Posted by haroon9scotch View Post
    My advice is to take it to Pindi and get the basics right. As in Lahore it is quite difficult to get things done. This i am telling you with years of experince.
    Indeed ur 100% right.
    I got a lot of work done from Pindi City Sadar road by Farooq Awan. Though Jeep are simple machins to work on, still City Sadar road guys know the Jeeps better than any one else.
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    The progress is looking excellent and the flater soft top is definately much more visually aesthetic,
    your attention to the finer details is really going to make the rig far superior to several restos out there, loving the Ranchos, they must have cost you an arm and a leg, they'll make the ride a bit stiffer but will definately be worth it.
    I've been silently following your posts from the inception the thread with a lot of interest, keep posting your updates/upgrades.

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    Quote Originally Posted by farazarif View Post
    The progress is looking excellent and the flater soft top is definately much more visually aesthetic,
    your attention to the finer details is really going to make the rig far superior to several restos out there, loving the Ranchos, they must have cost you an arm and a leg, they'll make the ride a bit stiffer but will definately be worth it.
    I've been silently following your posts from the inception the thread with a lot of interest, keep posting your updates/upgrades.
    Thanks a lot brother.
    I will keep the posts roling
    Thanx a lot again
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    Default Lets Start Again

    It has been a long time since I worked on my CJ

    But now I am gearing up again to get back on it.

    There are quite a few things I am planing to do. Some are important the others are pure craze.

    1. The propeller Shafts need a Change.
    2. I need to improve the interrior
    3. I want to change the engine to a SIX Cylinder Diesel Unit.
    4. The exaust need some attentio as well.

    I am doing some research about the SIX Cylinder Diesels.

    I see an Nissan SD33 as a good option.

    Need advice.
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    Default Nissan SD33

    Though it is a fact that SD33 is a stone age motor but it has its advantages.

    1. It is a cheap Engine to buy (only if you can find one)
    2. It is a relible Engine if you rebuild it with genuin parts (difficult to find)
    3. It has that SIX Cylinder Diesel engine sound. Which to my ears is MUSIC.

    The SD33 is a 3.3L (3,246 cc/198.1 cu in) Straight 6 diesel engine, most known for its use in the Nissan Patrol MQ (160 series) from 1980-1983[2] and the Nissan C80. The SD33 produces 98 hp (73 kW).
    The Engine was also used in the UD 3400 series light truck, large forklifts, Marine applications, in International Scout offerings from 1976 to 1979,as well as Jeep CJ-10 and Cj-10a flightline tow vehicles from 1985 to 1986.


    Finaly I have a CJ-7 Jeep -380570
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    Nissan SD33 Engine - YouTube

    I am not a techy so this is the only way I could attach this video
    Just listen and enjoy.
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    This picture encourages me to go for a Nissan SD33. Coz if a 1HZ can fit in a CJ7 I am sure SD33 will also.

    Finaly I have a CJ-7 Jeep -380571

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    Recently the fuel guage on my rig packed up.
    So I decided to go for an external one. Ended up buying four

    Fuel
    Temp
    Oil Preasure
    Volt meter(did not put that in)

    Here are the pics
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    As soon as I start the cold engine the oil preasure guage shows around 80psi
    As the engine warms up after driving for a few kilometers the the guage; at idling shows around 40psi and fuctuates between 40 and 80 as you rev it.

    Is that normal. Does a 3CT get to 80psi
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