In Jeep CJ 1972-1986: How to Build & Modify, Jeep guru Michael Hanssen covers the systems that can be upgraded to improve your Jeep's performance. Upgrades include suspension components such as springs, shocks, and steering modifications: driveline components including differentials, transmissions, transfer cases, and axles; engine upgrades including engine swaps; wheel and tire upgrades; aftermarket accessories; armor such as skid plates and bumpers; brake upgrades; and more.
You will learn about the kind of modifications that enhance your Jeep's performance, both on and off road. In addition, you'll learn about the ease and complexity of a build. This will help you figure out if you want to take on a build or leave it to a professional. The modifications in the book can be performed in a well-equipped home garage; you'll get tool tips and recommendations along the way.
Includes 382 black and white photos and charts Whether you are looking to get into serious off-roading or just want to make your classic CJ a little more fun, this book will be a valuable tool in your shop or library.