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Goat Built LJ Chassis build


Staff member
Jul 9, 2013
6.9.20 purchased the Goat built LJ chassis kit 115" WB. with fixture kit. I already have the Subframe assembly, engine mounts.
The drive train as of this writing will be TBI 350, 700r4, Atlas 2 4:3 60 and 14 bolt with 5:13 on some type of 42's and beadlocks. plan is a dual purpose rig so I can drive it on the highway as much as the trails. this will be a long term build... think of 72blazers k5 build in terms of how long. I retire in six years.. should have it done by then. the only thing I see as a possible change will be a LS motor using the Edelbrock standalone system.

I still have the seats, engine, transmission, shifter, winch, engine harness from the CJ, plus a new Alum Radiator with dual fans and a new fuel cell still in the box. and a switch panel. probably moar stuff that I have forgotten. So that is a head start.

for now I need to get busy rearranging and organizing my shop and getting my welding skilz updated and improved. :flipoff: for the folks with the welding comments ... :chrfal:
finally found a TJ tub with title. got the tub, dash, hood, grill and cowl. Will pick it up on the 18th. so thats one less thing. :rock:

so to update this...
Chassis, Tires, Beadlocks, Harnesses, fuel pump have arrived.
Atlas is due in end of the month.
Will pick up axles, links with heims & full hydro steering later this month.

I already have engine and stand-alone harness, transmission, winch, seats, NIB Jazz fuel cell, NIB Alum Radiator with fans & shroud, 12voltguy switch panel, Batt tray, reverse gate shifter, plus the Goat Built Subframe assy. I bought 3 or 4 years ago.

I gots lots of work to do... and a whole lotta welding. got two projects to finish before I get ass deep into this build. :smokin:

some assembly required :cool: