I am not using the LJ heater box because it is to big for putting under the dash. I'm going to get a Vintage Air mini system for heat and then eventually air conditioning. The steering column installed pretty easily but it is really ugly. I have to figure out a way to clean it all up.Geese,
Are you planning to use the LJ heat/ventilation and complete wiring harness? How did the column swap workout?
i appreciate your build details, wish I had barn doors on my Wagon.
How did you move the filler? Any photos?Hello Brian, I'm doing a similar build using a TJ frame. I used lot of parts from a Cherokee ,the fuel tank and pump are from a 94 YJ ,fuel lines are from the Cherokee along with the evaporation system mount in the engine bay. Moved the gas tank filler to the driver's side. The wiring is from the Cherokee ,had so problems with the ECU but got it figured out got it running and drove it around the yard finally . Feels good but still alot of work to finish up. If I was more techy I would post some pictures.
Basically I used everything from the 2005 TJ. The evaporative system is basically hidden high up on the frame. We moved the filler door to the drivers side by cutting it from the passenger side and placing it on the drivers side. My quarter panels need work so it’s kind of sloppy but temporaryHello,
How are you handling your fuel tank? Will you/do you need to keep the evaporation system in the back? I'm doing a similar build and was hoping you had solved some of the questions I have.
Do you have any photos of your work? Also, how did you get the TJ fuel filler valve with the large hooped breather tube into the Willys fuel tube? Bend it?Basically I used everything from the 2005 TJ. The evaporative system is basically hidden high up on the frame. We moved the filler door to the drivers side by cutting it from the passenger side and placing it on the drivers side. My quarter panels need work so it’s kind of sloppy but temporary
It is called a Parkway conversion. If you looks it up on here you will find many references to them.A wagon with barn doors , ain't many of those around , even less from the factory ,