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    Posted: 22 Nov. 2016 at 10:52am

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Are the truck/wagon boxes the same boxes or different?


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The 4WD Truck/Wagon boxes have a different casting and internals than CJs. I don't know about the 2WD Wagons other than the sector shaft kits are the same as MB, CJs and Jeepsters. 

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Thanks Joe, that's where I was going.....whether the truck/wagon guys need to worry about the inferior parts as well.


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Excellent! IMHO this forum is really underutilized. This is exactly the kind of stuff that budding restorers need to get the job done. Some of us have restored many of our own parts and now take it all for granted. There are so many guys who would really appreciate a "how-to" on many repairs and rebuilds. This is where our CJ2A page can really stand out. GET OUT AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE!Big smile
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