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    Temp Gauge Reading

    On the really old gauges, 160 was marked. then there was an unlabeled mark upscale and then 212- BOILING. The upscale mark was about where the 180 degree thermostat should run.
  2. C'mon, confess ...

    "It was such a stupid mistake that I'm afraid to say what it was!"

    Come on and tell us. If you made it, we're all going to be in a place to do the same thing if you don't warn us.

    All of us...
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    Multi-weight Vehicle Weight Rating

    Just a bit of trivia about the '51 truck:

    A. The '48 was rated as a three-quarter-ton or one-ton depending on the size tires that were put on it. (The truck weighs 3200 pounds empty). I suspect...
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    My Dad worked for the railroad and everything was...

    My Dad worked for the railroad and everything was BIG - half-inch bolts were little bolts. He called an acetylene torch a Hot Hammer.
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    I second the new lug notion. In addition to...

    I second the new lug notion. In addition to being stressed, the serrations on the stud that displace metal to lock it into the hub are worn. I had a stud on my spare tire carrier spin in the...
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    Very nice. The 1951 model year was the first...

    Very nice. The 1951 model year was the first year for the F134 engine and the new styling changes (the pointy grille). Under the hood is going to be interesting with the hydraulics for the plow.
  7. Try these guys: ...

    Try these guys:

    https://forums.g503.com/viewforum.php?f=116

    Yeah, she's really rough. The top bows might be worth more than the rest of it ...

    Good Luck!
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    Ham's 48: Another Story

    When I go out and show Ham’s ’48 Truck, people take a look and say; ”Oh, it’s a ’55 Jeep”. I correct them and say; “No, it’s a ‘48”. Then, the immediate response is; “Well, why do you have a ’55...
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    Adding Pictures

    At the bottom of the message block, select "Go Advanced". You'll get a new message block that will expect a title - so just add one.

    Roll down and you will come to "Manage Attachments". Open...
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    No rear brakes

    Since most of the braking on a CJ-3 comes from the front brakes, it would not be unusual for someone to have disconnected the rear brakes, especially with the improved braking from front discs. If...
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    Ira would have said to get a Bigger FH

    Ira would have said to get a Bigger FH
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    by LarrBeard
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    Awhhh, man - you're teasing us. You gotta put up...

    Awhhh, man - you're teasing us. You gotta put up some pictures.

    And, for whom and what did you fly? We're curious about a lot of things besides old Jeeps; dogs, fishing tales, guns, airplanes,...
  13. Thread: 47 cj2a

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    A shop full of parts is a really good starting...

    A shop full of parts is a really good starting place.

    GMWillys knows how to get that tube off ...
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    That is a good picture. On the far left is one...

    That is a good picture. On the far left is one of the later trucks - 4WD. The tailgate appears to have a painted "JEEP" centered with the "4WD" in the lower right. I can't tell if the "JEEP" is...
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    I think it varied over the years. The first...

    I think it varied over the years.

    The first generation of trucks, the '46 through mid-1950 (The L-134 trucks) had a WO stamped on the tailgate. Pictures of those trucks in original condition are...
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    Too Many GrandKids (to fit in the Jeep)

    I know the problem .... this is just the first load.
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    Just comments: 50 -60 pounds of compression is...

    Just comments:

    50 -60 pounds of compression is way too low - is it consistent across all four cylinders? It could be worn rings, valves or a combination of both.

    Timing gear stuff is available...
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    CW Spook ...

    1967 - 1968 ETN2 USS Shasta (AE-6). No CT on board so I fumbled thru 1 KW-7 and 1 KWR-37 repair. When they break, somebody's gotta try to fix them. Retired ETCS
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    Interesting pen name, CW Spook. Were you one of...

    Interesting pen name, CW Spook. Were you one of those intercept operators who rode around in the RB-47's off the Korean peninsula or were you an AGTR operator?
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    "It now runs and moves but needs to stop too I...

    "It now runs and moves but needs to stop too I assume."

    Our best answer about brakes came from one of the phone commercials:

    "Well, if the brakes don't stop it, something else will."

    Yeah,...
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    That was a good idea - a lot easier than pulling...

    That was a good idea - a lot easier than pulling the carburetor.

    We'll add that trick to the list of "good ideas" to try.

    Now - the next thing to work on is ....... ?
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    ??"Any thoughts.?" Yeah, but I have a question...

    ??"Any thoughts.?"

    Yeah, but I have a question first. What carburetor does the Jeepster use. Carter YF? Is there a tag on it with as a series number, such as YF Carter, 738, 768, 832, 924, 938,...
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    " Once my dad (Korea MASH unit 1950) showed me...

    " Once my dad (Korea MASH unit 1950) showed me how the 'fuzzy" end of a ripped off match could be used to gently and effortlessly pluck a foreign object right out of your eye. :

    Another great...
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    GMWillys uses a matchbook cover to set the point...

    GMWillys uses a matchbook cover to set the point gap. Do they still make paper matchbooks?

    0.020" seems to be the universal point setting.
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    "I have no idea how to replace a tailpipe, but...

    "I have no idea how to replace a tailpipe, but look forward to learning.

    Well, you look at the places it's bolted to the next piece, spray the bolt and nut with penetrating oil, wait a day or two...
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