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    Red face New Member New Jeep Owner

    Hi Every One,

    My Name is Frank Just bought my First Jeep, Its a 1970 CJ5... good year ... the year I graduated from Highschool.

    Its pretty good shape for old jeep... look forward to getting it in better shape and goin Flyfishin, and Camping... I am not.... a rock crawler person... so I will be lowering it some... to High off Ground and I am Getting to old to climb in.. hihi.... Thanks for Having me on the Forum

    Frank Jenkins
    Aurora Colorado

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    Welcome Frank, I am also not a rock climbing guy but will be doing some off road trails. Would love to see a pic of your Jeep if you have one.

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    Junior Member rmoledor's Avatar
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    Welcome aboard Frank, Im pretty new here as well. Tell us about your Jeep, motor, options etc.
    Bob Moledor
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    1970 kaiser jeep cj5 235 dauntilus v6 33.5 tires 4" lift 3spd t90 transm. t18 Transfer, dana44 rear, dana 25 front. Soft Top no overdrive !

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    haven't done the Pic yet... Will try to do tomarrow ... Monday... !

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    Welcome to the Forum Frank! I can't wait to see some pictures of your CJ-5! I was just in Colorado two weekends ago, we were skiing at Vail and Keystone. It's gorgeous there right now! It's such a difference from South Carolina, the first day I could hardly get a full breath in because of the elevation difference.

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