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Posted by J.R. Welsh on June 19, 2005 at 11:11:08:

In Reply to: Posted by on June 18, 2005 at 21:37:12:

: what books do you guys reccomend for rebuilds? i was looking at..."Jeep Cj Rebuilder's Manual, 1946-1971"
: thanks

Coming from someone that hadn't messed with flatfenders since the 80s I found the rebuilders
manual helpful as an overview or outline of what I have to do but agree with Bill and Lane that the 2A or whatever manuals are a must. I've also found a vintage Motors manual to be a good reference for a second opinion and usualy for a cheap price. And, of course as stated the message boards here, Willys Tech and the 503. J.R.

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