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  1. #1 Project: new 
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    Looking for a new ZJ in the next two weeks to start building/swapping into the new bigrig

    Most important:
    96-98(95 is a maybe), 5.2, great shape and low miles
    Never been "built"

    Wish list:
    black, dark green, dark blue or smoke
    No tan interior
    Kraqa to fab up my new suspension!!! 🤣

    Looking in Wyoming, eastern Montana and Colorado... and maybe Utah
    "ZJ's were designed with the intention to take 1 really good hit, and fold up. As long as the occupants walked away, it was a success. In the wheeling world, we expect our vehicles to take multiple really good hits, drive out of it, and run the obstacle again!"
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    i'm cutting an entire "Kit" for a buddies ZJ to have all the same suspension (except no cantilever) and the same bumpers.
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    I'm actually going to re-new most of what I have on the old one but if I were to start completely fresh that's what I would probably do
    "ZJ's were designed with the intention to take 1 really good hit, and fold up. As long as the occupants walked away, it was a success. In the wheeling world, we expect our vehicles to take multiple really good hits, drive out of it, and run the obstacle again!"
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