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Old 25th February 2010, 19:30   #721
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Here's a pic of my 1976 model, restored CJ3B Jeep. It is with me in Gurgaon ( Delhi NCR )

The other pic is of an old restored Ford GPW now with a diesel engine I used during a trip in North Bihar.
Hi ,just wanted to know if you are intrested in selling your 1976 CJ3B.I am in Delhi.Please let me know,my e mail dhallisingh@gmail.com.Thankyou.Singh.

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I took my CJ3B to its first OTR after the complete repaint.
Here are some of the pictures.
Hi, great pictures of your CJ3B,was woundering if you can help me find a simillar CJ3B Hurricane petrol engine Jeep.Please let me know ,my e mail:dhallisingh@gmail.com.Thankyou.SINGH.

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Old 26th February 2010, 04:30   #722
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Default 1966 CJ3B in WIP stage

Posting some pics of my 1966 CJ3B in WIP stage. Its in full running condition but some more cosmetic and aesthetic mods are pending.

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Old 26th February 2010, 06:25   #723
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Dear Shibu,
Your CJ3B looks very nice.
As far as i've seen, the spare tyre should've been on the left side.
I am not sure though, you are more an expert.
All the best with completing the restoration.
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Old 26th February 2010, 10:27   #724
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Great looking 3B shibu. Congratulations!

I agree with starters comment about spare wheel location. Plus please look at relocating the silencer as per specs. The current one is too low. Again please add a skid plate under your transfer case.
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Old 26th February 2010, 10:59   #725
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Dear Shibu,
Your CJ3B looks very nice. As far as i've seen, the spare tyre should've been on the left side. I am not sure though, you are more an expert.
All the best with completing the restoration. Cheers,
Deepak
Absolutely right Deepak, It was a error from my side. When i asked my mechanic to relocate the spare wheel he asked for sample photo and the pic I send was of a orginal LHD CJ3B which had the spare wheel on right side !!
And I am not there to supervise the works.I'm doing a remote management from DXB. But will be fixing it soon.

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Great looking 3B shibu. Congratulations!
I agree with starters comment about spare wheel location. Plus please look at relocating the silencer as per specs. The current one is too low. Again please add a skid plate under your transfer case.
Vinod, see my reply to starter about spare wheel. Yes I will be relocating silencer and yes a skid plate also on the cards. Thanks for your comments.
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But will be fixing it soon.
Hi,
Another thing: i see the vibration dampers for the spare tyre are also missing.
See the discussion here:
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/4x4-ve...-now-what.html (A Jeep At Last. Now What??!!) (last page)

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Old 26th February 2010, 22:52   #727
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ex67oc : the proportions you talk about, i am so glad u noticed. It took a hell of a lot to get the proportions right. I mean expecially with the short bonet. anyways the car s actually a an armada 4 gears 4X4 but i got disc brakes and power steering fittted.
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Presenting my Jeep Reg No. 5306 currently undergoing final stages of restoration (hopefully).
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ex67oc : the proportions you talk about, i am so glad u noticed. It took a hell of a lot to get the proportions right. I mean expecially with the short bonet. anyways the car s actually a an armada 4 gears 4X4 but i got disc brakes and power steering fittted.
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Hey Buddy! I think it is me who noticed the propotions and wrote about it.
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sorry bro. my bad. THANK YOU
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Old 28th February 2010, 12:01   #731
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How do i start my own thread????? :(
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Guys, Here are a few pictures of my jeep after the bolero axle and power steering conversion.
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Hey Buddy! I think it is me who noticed the propotions and wrote about it.
Fazal saab talk of proportions and that too on a jeep. No one can escape from your eyes . Glad to see you back here sir.
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Guys, Here are a few pictures of my jeep after the bolero axle and power steering conversion.
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Nice to see your jeep back in action. How is your experience driving on wider tracks?? Any difference in turning radius??
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Nice to see your jeep back in action. How is your experience driving on wider tracks?? Any difference in turning radius??
I test drove his jeep and was like a car in comparison to our jeeps.

Engine- Butter smooth DI turbo
Gearbox- Slick NGT 520 4wd
Steering- Power assisted (Bolero 4wd type) very smooth
Turning radius- Can match a small car
Clutch- Butter smooth again hydraulic
Suspension- Had a minor shackle lift and Bilstein socks made world of a difference. Who says solid axle leaf spring cannot ride well?
Hard top- Low on height but work execution was superb (M&M can take few cues from it)
Off road- Fantastic!

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