Jeep CJ

Includes mainly the CJ-7 and CJ-5, as these are the most common models of the long and variable CJ series. 

The CJ-5 was actually produced from 1954 to 1983 in different constellations and under different owners. Since 1970 under AMC (American Motors Corporation) and in 1976 there were some changes to the body and frame, so they are no longer compatible with each other. 
The CJ-7 was also built with a 4.2l six cylinder, a 2.5l four cylinder and the 5l V8 engine. The axles were a Dana30 in the front and an AMC20 or Dana44 in the rear.