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  1. I agree Jeff, it looks like a young man got...

    I agree Jeff, it looks like a young man got rattled when his brake pedal went to the floor. I saw some video and you can see the truck was modified a lot. Band aid tires on some oversize and offset...
  2. Nice showing there! Lot's of folk's with lots of...

    Nice showing there! Lot's of folk's with lots of smiles.
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    You are welcome! Keep it going, your project...

    You are welcome! Keep it going, your project sounds like it is coming along well.
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    If you install a Dual Drum Brake Master Cylinder,...

    If you install a Dual Drum Brake Master Cylinder, retain the original drum brakes with the original wheel brake cylinder size, no you do not need a "Proportioning" or "Combination valve". The sizing...
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    Your workin' too hard gm! Good thing your young....

    Your workin' too hard gm! Good thing your young. Keep at it gm, Christmas is coming and you can sleep in.
  6. Good point gm, it could be a bit of a push down...

    Good point gm, it could be a bit of a push down hills! I did see the runaway parade truck. What a shame. It looked like the pulling truck was lifted and modified. I wonder what went wrong?
  7. Cant you pull with the Jeep in the Parade? Your...

    Cant you pull with the Jeep in the Parade? Your Jeep is a classic example of how these things keep going. I am constantly amazed by how totally original and still running your Jeep is. It would look...
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    Hello Mike! We need gmwillys to take a look, but...

    Hello Mike! We need gmwillys to take a look, but the front frame horns look like a CJ3 frame.
  9. Anyone can have a new one as long as they have...

    Anyone can have a new one as long as they have the cash or, willing to make large payments. Now to have your 48'..... priceless. It always belongs in the lead. The man who told you to put it there...
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    Too funny!

    Too funny!
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    That sound proofing is really going to pay off....

    That sound proofing is really going to pay off. Nice looking work jb!
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    The hubcaps are what would be called...

    The hubcaps are what would be called "Nostalgically Correct". I like them!

    The dual master cylinder should have the front chamber as the "Rear Brakes Secondary" and the rear chamber (closest to...
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    I don't see a problem at all either Jeff. If it...

    I don't see a problem at all either Jeff. If it goes together and spins smoothy without wobbling, that is what your looking for regardless of what numbers you come up with. The shaft is the best...
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    The shaft O.D. should be .625". The bushing...

    The shaft O.D. should be .625". The bushing clearance spec is .0017" to .005", and .005" is loose and considered worn out. The bushing by design has a range of .0017" to .0035". I think .003" is as...
  15. Sticky: Mount an LED conversion

    Great tip jb! Moving it to tech with a sticky.
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    Man I think I would just make a really nice...

    Man I think I would just make a really nice platform/display to set it on and dip the whole thing in clear, just like it sets.
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    That is a great way to hook up the lights jb. I...

    That is a great way to hook up the lights jb. I am sure more than a few will pick up on that one.
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    LarrBeard will know for sure but, usually the...

    LarrBeard will know for sure but, usually the sender wire goes to the post on the "Empty" side of the gauge. If you reverse it from the way it should be, it will read full when its empty and empty...
  19. Thread: New from Texas

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    That truck looks like a great start Warren! It...

    That truck looks like a great start Warren! It looks to be all there. Raccoons can raise hell in a vehicle. I think you saved it. Looking forward to seeing you get that truck back on the road.
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    I hope the Monster didn't eat him! Maybe the...

    I hope the Monster didn't eat him! Maybe the intake air at the turbo was so strong it sucked him in!
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    Well said Larry. It takes a very special person...

    Well said Larry. It takes a very special person to do what you and every Veteran has done. To fight or be ready to fight, possibly to the death, for the freedom of others is the ultimate gift to your...
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    .030" is the Max material removal per side, or...

    .030" is the Max material removal per side, or .060" off the total diameter. I am thinking the M38A1 had 9" brakes so the maximum inside drum dimension is 9.060".
  23. Thread: Horn Rebuild

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    We need LarryBeard to verify but, I am pretty...

    We need LarryBeard to verify but, I am pretty sure its 12V to #3 and the horn wire to #5. The Horn is on #1.
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    You have to sit in it and make Jeep noises! A...

    You have to sit in it and make Jeep noises! A very important step in the restoration phase. Gets the imagination going.
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    It is possible that the bushing was installed...

    It is possible that the bushing was installed with Loctite. That practice was used if someone felt the press was insufficient. If the fit was loose, the reamer would spin the bushing instead of...
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