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  1. I agree with Bmorgil on the removal of the helper...

    I agree with Bmorgil on the removal of the helper spring. You may get a half inch of lowering, but it will ride a bit better.
  2. Thread: No clue

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    Austin Champs..... Like owning a Jeep but 10...

    Austin Champs..... Like owning a Jeep but 10 times the aggravation on finding good parts and keeping it running. They are capable little fellers, but I wouldn't go near one, nor would entertain the...
  3. Welcome zookeepwr, It is common to find the...

    Welcome zookeepwr,

    It is common to find the grease fitting installed. The box developed a leak somewhere in history, and that was the simple solution. But, the grease does not get into all the...
  4. BobBoyce, No problem on the updates, we...

    BobBoyce,

    No problem on the updates, we completely understand.

    The hitch will not be all that difficult to remove. A 4 1/2" grinder with some cut off wheels will make short work of cutting...
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    Welcome Lewis505, Thank you for your service,...

    Welcome Lewis505,

    Thank you for your service, and for the preservation of our history. Please do not hesitate to ask any questions that may arise. We will be happy to answer or research anything...
  6. Welcome Tinker Tom! It's great to hear here...

    Welcome Tinker Tom!

    It's great to hear here that you've stepped up to help out your friend. There aren't too many vehicles that are as simple as a Jeep, and for the majority of the tasks, it only...
  7. Welcome sredm! Congratulations on the purchase...

    Welcome sredm!

    Congratulations on the purchase of your M38. We would love to see your Jeep, and will be happy to help any way we can.
  8. Welcome Reddog! I was not aware of this book,...

    Welcome Reddog!

    I was not aware of this book, but will purchase a copy for the library.

    We look forward to being a part of your quest for the Jeep.
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    I was bass ackward about the placement of the KW...

    I was bass ackward about the placement of the KW filter. Bmorgil is 100% right on the money. It still isn't a bad idea to filter the fuel before the pump, especially on the military versions with...
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    Bohonkie, You can use the filter that you...

    Bohonkie,

    You can use the filter that you purchased, and adapt it to the inlet of your fuel pump, but most of us with questionable fuel tanks use the cheap plastic clear fuel filters. For the...
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    Might need to print a scale Pelago in uniform,...

    Might need to print a scale Pelago in uniform, surrounded by the dancing girls. Then don't forget Jake the Retriever.
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    I would post some photos of the shell on...

    I would post some photos of the shell on eWillys.com. The followers over there love accessories.
  13. Thread: 1957 cj-5

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    Here is all the information you may ever need on...

    Here is all the information you may ever need on the carburetor you should have installed on your '57.

    https://www.carburetor-parts.com/Carter-YF-YFA-Technical_ep_317.html
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    Multiple printers going on at once.... If you...

    Multiple printers going on at once.... If you charged admission, we would pay to sit and watch the parts coming to life. Looks great as usual.
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    I would be suspicious that there isn't some...

    I would be suspicious that there isn't some cylinder damage from the beating that took place. I agree with Bmorgil in having the block sonic tested. I would be inclined to sleeve the block, just to...
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    Welcome Dadsonproject! Love the truck, and...

    Welcome Dadsonproject!

    Love the truck, and especially like the vintage camper shell. Reminds me of the camper shell from Clint Eastwood's Every Which Way but Loose.

    We look forward to watching...
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    I inherited a Tucker Torpedo model that was put...

    I inherited a Tucker Torpedo model that was put out by one of the premier auto modeler companies that you see in the back of magazines or Sunday paper. It isn't in the same zip code to the amount of...
  18. Whatever it take to get the job done! The...

    Whatever it take to get the job done!

    The floor doesn't look too bad at all. The floor pans sold by KW are good, and American made. I've used one on an A1 just like yours, and was very happy...
  19. I like your method of cleaning out all the...

    I like your method of cleaning out all the collected junk from the floor board. The roll cage worked well to turtle shell the body.
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    Welcome Tstan, Sounds like a good CJ5, rust...

    Welcome Tstan,

    Sounds like a good CJ5, rust and all! We look forward to seeing your Jeep. Below is a link that Bmorgil has put together to aid in the photo posting.

    ...
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    I like to use the nylon abrasive brushes sold by...

    I like to use the nylon abrasive brushes sold by Harbor Freight. They will clean the paint off down to bare metal without a huge amount of effort, just some time. The brushes work well on frames,...
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    Let me know if you need any help. I'm not too...

    Let me know if you need any help. I'm not too far away.
  23. Thread: Heater ID

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    As a correction, I misspelled the heater name. ...

    As a correction, I misspelled the heater name. Ha-Dees was the correct spelling, but I haven't found the correct model
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  24. Thread: Heater ID

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    Looks like an aftermarket Hatis heater, but do...

    Looks like an aftermarket Hatis heater, but do not know for sure. The original flat fender jeeps had the Harrison heaters, the same as most vehicles made at the time. They would 'll d barely warm...
  25. Humvees are dicey. If you bid on one through the...

    Humvees are dicey. If you bid on one through the government, you take a chance on parts being harvested between purchasing and picking up, although they should be locked in a fenced lot. Engine...
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