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Jeep Acronyms
 
SOA Spring Over Axle
  This is a process used to gain lift on leaf sprung vehicles (i.e., Jeep CJs and YJs) that are manufactured with leaf springs mounted below the axle. By moving the leaf springs to the topside of the axle, the vehicle typically gains 4"-6" of vehicle suspension lift. This allows for larger offroad tires to be mounted without contacting the vehicle's body.
SUA Spring Under Axle
  This is how Jeeps(CJs/YJs) are manufactured. The leaf springs are mounted below the axle.
CJ Civilian Jeep
  All Jeep models from 1944-1986.
D20 Dana 20
  Model of Transfer Case typically found on 70s Jeep CJ's.
D30 Dana 20
  Model of front axle typically found on Jeep CJ's.
POS Piece of Shit
  How most Jeep CJ's are lovingly refered to as.
NOTE:  
  The list will continue to grow, it was just an idea and now I see that there are a LOT of acronyms we use on a daily basis.

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