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76-86 Jeep CJ Crash,Rust and Repair Panels

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The Jeep CJ-7 featured a wheelbase 10 inches longer than the CJ-5. One of the main differences between CJ-5 and CJ-7 was to the chassis which consisted of two parallel longitudinal main c-section rails. To help improve vehicle handling and stability, the rear section of the chassis stepped out to allow the springs and shock absorbers to be mounted closer to the outside of the body. It was introduced in for the 1976 model year and were built for 11 years. The CJ-7 featured an optional new automatic all-wheel drive system called Quadra-Trac, as well as a part-time two-speed transfer case; an automatic transmission was also an option. Other features included an optional molded hardtop, and steel doors. The CJ-7 was also available in Renegade and Laredo models. Notable by their different body decals, the Laredo model featured high back leather bucket seats, a tilting steering wheel and a chrome package that included the bumpers, front grill cover, and side mirrors. An optional Trak-Lok rear differential was available as well. AMC V8 304-powered models (produced 1976-1981, which became part of the Golden Eagle version) used the 3.55 ratio axles. From 1976 to 1980, the CJ-7 came equipped with a Dana 20 transfer case, Dana 30 front axle AMC 20 rear axle. The Laredo package added tachometer, chrome bumpers, tow hooks and interior upgrades including leather seats, and clock. In 1980, the Laredo was first fitted with an AMC 20 rear axle until mid-1986, when it was equipped with a Dana 44 and all 1980 and newer CJ-7s came with the Dana 300 transfer case. During its 11 years, the CJ-7 had various common equipment packages: � 1976-1986 Renegade (2.4D L6-2.5-4.2-5.0 AMC 304 V8) � 1976-1980 Golden Eagle (5.0 AMC 304 V8) � 1980 Golden Hawk (5.0 AMC 304 V8) � 1980-1986 Laredo (2.4D-4.2 I6)