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I have recently completed restoring a 1988 ford bronco. I'm very seriously considering restoring an fj40. Are these vehicles relativley simple to work on? Are parts easy to find and redily available online or at a place like pepboys or napa? Are parts expensive? Are there certain things or dificulties I should look out for?
 

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I have recently completed restoring a 1988 ford bronco. I'm very seriously considering restoring an fj40. Are these vehicles relativley simple to work on? Are parts easy to find and redily available online or at a place like pepboys or napa? Are parts expensive? Are there certain things or dificulties I should look out for?
Just in time.. I have a 73 Fj40 I am removing almost everything.. and it runs great.. I will soon have the 6 cyl 2f engine, rare 3 speed on the floor tranny, t-case, axles, wheels, springs.. just about everything but the tub and frame are going.. If you are interested let me know.. Yes it is super easy to work on.. Im just going Chevota rock crawler, was hopeing to find someone restoring one to hand off all the good parts to hate to see them sit when they work great! Cruiser is still in tac and running as of now.. if you wanna just come look it over let me know.. selling very soon

cool cruisers of texas has everything you might wanna look at them before you decide.. more expensive then others but a good place to look. http://www.coolcruisers.com/
or Man-a-fre, http://www.man-a-fre.com/
ih8tmud is a good place to find more cruiser heads too http://www.ih8mud.com/
 
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