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Serial numbers? I have a '76 CJ-7 w/replaced AMC 360 V8 & Quadratrac trans. I need to know where are serial #s located so I can buy correct parts. Also, I need the front axle piece on the right side that attaches to the wheel and I don't know what part "exactly" that is!

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May I call you? or you can call me at 314-691-0812; Bob.

The spindle,(I believe) is what I need,but can't find exact part to buy in catalogs. I need the part #, or something to be able to buy trans. filter and gasket. If that helps.

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