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Old 12-31-2008, 08:11 PM
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couple questions for ya...

I have seen in a few pics on this site (sorry-don't recall which thread) of fsj gatherings...I noticed in one pic,a couple fsj's with what looked like front mounted hood hinges allowing the hood to swing up and give access to the entire engine bay...anybody know what the source of these hinges are and/or how they mount??
Also, I would love a brush guard-I prefer the double tubular style and was wondering,as wags typicaly do not come up as an option for aftermarket parts like these, would a bar from a dodge/chev/ford of the same era work??
btw,85 grand wag-relatively stock
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Old 12-31-2008, 11:56 PM
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www.bjsoffroad.com can help with the bumper thing.

As for the front tilt, unless someone else pops in with the correct info you will have to do a search. There are a couple of them on here but their names escape me right now. One guy just done his a month or so ago so there is some write up on here somewhere.
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