Moses Ludel’s 4WD Mechanix Magazine – ‘Q & A’ for Willys, Jeep CJ & Jeepster

 

Q&A How-to: Willys, Jeep  CJ, Jeepster & Vintage Military Models  

     Enjoy the many detailed, traditional ‘Q&A’ exchanges in these article columns…’Q & A’ has now moved to open, interactive forum discussions. Visit the forums, you’ll want to join—for free!

     Have technical questions about your Jeep 4×4,  popular 4WD truck, SUV, ATV, UTV or dirt motorcycle—or welding and metal fabrication? The 4WD Mechanix Magazine ‘Tech and Travel’ Forums now feature enthusiastic discussions and input from members and our staff—including comments from Moses Ludel

     For an HD video playlist, featuring the latest Q&A vlogs with Moses Ludel, click here for the “4WD Vlog and ‘Live Tech’ Q&A Channel”.

Want to discuss your technical and outdoor interests with like-minded enthusiasts? Check out the 4WD Mechanix ‘Tech and Travel’ Forums!  Click here for a guest visit to the forums! 

 

This ‘Flash Player’ video depicts a CJ Jeep and a Jeepster in hard 4WD trail action at Warn’s 2011 Moab Jeep Safari media run!

Doing your own Jeep 4WD repairs, troubleshooting and upgrade installations? Need technical ‘how-to’ and insightful troubleshooting tips? Deciding what upgrade products make sense for your Jeep? See the articles, videos and instructional tips on the following pages!

Work has always been a Jeep 4WD theme

     The 1941-86 Jeep era was the 4×4 utility truck heyday. Defined by three wars and often used as a rugged workhorse, the Willys Pickup, FC models, military Jeep 4x4s and the formidable Jeep CJ (shown) became the standard for tractable performance.

 CJ Jeep in the AMC Era

     Today, these models are popular for restoration, trail use and general purpose work. The CJ, in particular, ranks high among Jeep off-road enthusiasts and has a wealth of aftermarket product support to keep the marque current.

Beautifully restored Willys PIckup

     For owners and enthusiasts, questions about restoration work, upgrades, performance modifications and aftermarket products can be answered in this ‘Q & A’ section.

    I took my first driver’s license exam in a 1964 CJ-5 and have owned and completely restored three CJs since, including a book project 1955 CJ-5 and the AMC-era ‘Project Trials Machine’ for OFF-ROAD Magazine back in the ‘nineties. My familiarity with the Jeep models of this era can be an asset to your project, and I am happy to share. In this ‘Q & A’ section, I answer your current and pressing questions, helping to assure your Jeep safety and satisfaction. 

Stone stock Jeepster with half-cab!

     For convenience and easy navigation, I have divided th ‘Q & A’ section into topic areas. The magazine offers additional resources, including the free classified ads and the Jeep 4WD Forum, where you can share your enthusiasm and questions with other Jeep owners!

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     Enjoy the many detailed, traditional ‘Q&A’ exchanges in these article columns…’Q & A’ has now moved to open, interactive forum discussions. Visit the forums, you’ll want to join—for free!

     Have technical questions about your Jeep 4×4,  popular 4WD truck, SUV, ATV, UTV or dirt motorcycle—or welding and metal fabrication? The 4WD Mechanix Magazine ‘Tech and Travel’ Forums now feature enthusiastic discussions and input from members and our staff—including comments from Moses Ludel

     For an HD video playlist, featuring the latest Q&A vlogs with Moses Ludel, click here for the “4WD Vlog and ‘Live Tech’ Q&A Channel”.

Want to discuss your technical and outdoor interests with like-minded enthusiasts? Check out the 4WD Mechanix ‘Tech and Travel’ Forums!  Click here for a guest visit to the forums! 

 

This ‘Flash Player’ video depicts a CJ Jeep and a Jeepster in hard 4WD trail action at Warn’s 2011 Moab Jeep Safari media run!

Doing your own Jeep 4WD repairs, troubleshooting and upgrade installations? Need technical ‘how-to’ and insightful troubleshooting tips? Deciding what upgrade products make sense for your Jeep? See the articles, videos and instructional tips on the following pages!

Work has always been a Jeep 4WD theme

     The 1941-86 Jeep era was the 4×4 utility truck heyday. Defined by three wars and often used as a rugged workhorse, the Willys Pickup, FC models, military Jeep 4x4s and the formidable Jeep CJ (shown) became the standard for tractable performance.

 CJ Jeep in the AMC Era

     Today, these models are popular for restoration, trail use and general purpose work. The CJ, in particular, ranks high among Jeep off-road enthusiasts and has a wealth of aftermarket product support to keep the marque current.

Beautifully restored Willys PIckup

     For owners and enthusiasts, questions about restoration work, upgrades, performance modifications and aftermarket products can be answered in this ‘Q & A’ section.

    I took my first driver’s license exam in a 1964 CJ-5 and have owned and completely restored three CJs since, including a book project 1955 CJ-5 and the AMC-era ‘Project Trials Machine’ for OFF-ROAD Magazine back in the ‘nineties. My familiarity with the Jeep models of this era can be an asset to your project, and I am happy to share. In this ‘Q & A’ section, I answer your current and pressing questions, helping to assure your Jeep safety and satisfaction. 

Stone stock Jeepster with half-cab!

     For convenience and easy navigation, I have divided th ‘Q & A’ section into topic areas. The magazine offers additional resources, including the free classified ads and the Jeep 4WD Forum, where you can share your enthusiasm and questions with other Jeep owners!

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