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    Here is an ad for some Jeepsters in need of a...

    Here is an ad for some Jeepsters in need of a good home.

    http://www.ewillys.com/2020/05/29/jeepster-and-wagon-bodies-manhattan-ks-prices-vary/
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    I've had a couple of sets of 6 ton stands from...

    I've had a couple of sets of 6 ton stands from Northern Hyraulics, (Northern Tool and Equipment) for over 25 years with no issues. I'm sure they were made in Taiwan, but they have held up well. ...
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    The white oak strips that go in the hat channel...

    The white oak strips that go in the hat channel supports just retain water and rots the steel from the inside out. The replacement channel should have a spacer that is tacked in where the body...
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    A 3B door will be taller, but the width may still...

    A 3B door will be taller, but the width may still come up a little short. A door from an early CJ5 would be spot on for the dimensions, but then you would have to recover it with the O.D. canvas. ...
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    After looking around the interwebs, I could not...

    After looking around the interwebs, I could not come up with a solid answer. My gut reaction is no, the 3A door openings are smaller then the A1's. I found a couple of mentions that the M38 and the...
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    As usual, or unusual as it may be.... The two...

    As usual, or unusual as it may be.... The two basic rules of Willys apply here. You'll never know what exactly your Jeep was born with or not.
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    Clint Eastwood's Heartbreak Ridge was the only...

    Clint Eastwood's Heartbreak Ridge was the only movie I can think of that touched on Grenada. Another bit of trivial trivia.
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    Depends on who you ask.....

    Depends on who you ask.....
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    Great find alride! We have very limited...

    Great find alride!

    We have very limited information on the Jeepsters, but have been learning new things. LarrBeard put together a presentation a while back on the overdrive system, after a...
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    Some reason I have no trouble picturing that seen...

    Some reason I have no trouble picturing that seen in my mind.
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    Welcome Silas! Not a bad looking '60 at all. ...

    Welcome Silas!

    Not a bad looking '60 at all. Lots of potential, with not a lot of rust on the cab corners and doors. Let us know if there is anything we can help with. No question too small,...
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    It might have been a lack of sleep, but I put in...

    It might have been a lack of sleep, but I put in Veteran's Day instead of Memorial Day.

    The same points remain. The sacrifice of our warfighters, and their families will never be forgotten.
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    Veteran's Day 2020

    As the clock is getting ready to strike midnight, starting another Memorial day, I would like to take this moment to thank our Veterans past and present.

    Thank you for your service and your...
  14. Thread: 49 Bourbon

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    Welcome 49 bourbon! Please post pictures of both...

    Welcome 49 bourbon!
    Please post pictures of both the bourbon and the 3B. We like looking at all you have.
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    The picture is of an M38, so an A1 is slightly...

    The picture is of an M38, so an A1 is slightly different at the bottom mount. The door configuration itself is really close. The A1 is flat on the tub sides, (rockers/quarter panels) the door...
  16. Thread: 1957 cj-5

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    Good deal! Glad you are getting closer to...

    Good deal! Glad you are getting closer to driving. A pillow will suffice for the first drive.
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    Sweet! Looks great!

    Sweet! Looks great!
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    I've been wrong before, it won't be the last.

    I've been wrong before, it won't be the last.
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    A pretty reliable reducer is the ballast...

    A pretty reliable reducer is the ballast resisters that Chrysler points ignition systems. GMs used them as well, up to the HEI distributors. They are fairly cheap as well.
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    Projects get shifted around as priorities come...

    Projects get shifted around as priorities come up. I know exactly where you are coming from.

    I had a cousin who had a really nice FJ40 from new. It was banana yellow with a white hard top. He...
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    There is just enough of the plug sticking out to...

    There is just enough of the plug sticking out to clamp a good pair of Vise Grips on. Looks like you may have tried that once, but you might get lucky. If that fails, a chisel, hammer and some...
  22. Thread: New guy here

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    The rubber brake hoses have brought even the most...

    The rubber brake hoses have brought even the most experienced mechanics to tears trying to figure out why they can't get the brakes to bleed. Great job on concurring the beast!
  23. All the information that I came across had...

    All the information that I came across had introduced in'62 for the '63 model year as the first year, but then scrolling down to the actual decoder, it has '61 through '65. The mysteries of Willys,...
  24. The break down for the 3306E is as follows; ...

    The break down for the 3306E is as follows;

    33: J300 2WD Gladiator

    06: Cab and chassis

    E: 5,000 GVW
  25. After doing some digging, I came across this...

    After doing some digging, I came across this breakdown for the Willys, (later Kaiser) Gladiator pickups;

    http://www.offroaders.com/tech/jeep/vin_61-65.htm

    I stand corrected on the first year...
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