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  1. Thread: More Jeep fun.

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    I can tell you exactly what I would do...... And...

    I can tell you exactly what I would do...... And like right now!
  2. Thread: More Jeep fun.

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    Wow it is amazing how our "system" fails when...

    Wow it is amazing how our "system" fails when something as simple as an explanation, could move things right along. If the correct box isn't checked, it's all stop, damn the torpedoes, lets just sit...
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    God speed Ira!

    God speed Ira!
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    Oh man! A new one every day. They must have...

    Oh man! A new one every day. They must have thought the temp gauge was a tach.
  5. The pedal to the floor could be the master...

    The pedal to the floor could be the master cylinder seal for sure. However, you being in AZ, the location of the master cylinder needs a look. Heat was an issue with the location of the Master...
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    To give you an idea of the hours it takes, I...

    To give you an idea of the hours it takes, I worked on mine almost every day for 7 months straight. It seldom sat. Almost every day it received attention. I would say averaging 3 hours a day for over...
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    Haha, great minds! We always keept an input shaft...

    Haha, great minds! We always keept an input shaft from a Muncie trans laying around for exactly that purpose. Pack it full of grease and start the input shaft in the pilot and WHAM with a dead blow....
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    Yes you can. It is a good idea to check the fit...

    Yes you can. It is a good idea to check the fit of the bushing after you drive it in, on the input of the transmission before you put it back on. Just in case it needs a little clean up for a smooth...
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    LarrBeard is the "King" of those gauge clusters!

    LarrBeard is the "King" of those gauge clusters!
  10. Thread: 1957 cj-5

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    Thats the factory CJ3A setup alright! Just like...

    Thats the factory CJ3A setup alright! Just like an old tractor.

    I have had good success using LED replacements from these guy's. https://www.superbrightleds.com/cat/car-boat-light-bulbs/

    I...
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    Oh man, ya gotta tape the audio on the pulls!

    Oh man, ya gotta tape the audio on the pulls!
  12. Thread: 1957 cj-5

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    You Guy's are spoiled! The early CJ's (like mine)...

    You Guy's are spoiled! The early CJ's (like mine) have ONE bulb tucked under a hood in the middle of the dash above all the gauges. That's it! However at a whopping 45mph, you do have a bit more time...
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    These are just standard GM Corvette brake parts....

    These are just standard GM Corvette brake parts. You can also find this at Speedway Motors or any shop that caters to the ARCA Stock car market, or Pro-Mod and the like.
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    If I remember correctly, those are just...

    If I remember correctly, those are just compression fittings on the lines and gauge ends, and 1/8" pipe into the block.
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    What a nice looking business! I love the theme....

    What a nice looking business! I love the theme. This is what you want to see in your body shop. Attention to detail inside and out. Check out the spotless exterior.
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    That thing is going to look darn spiffy! It looks...

    That thing is going to look darn spiffy! It looks nice and warm.
  17. Oh what a nasty little trick that would be!...

    Oh what a nasty little trick that would be! However finding Left hand thread studs could be tough on a Sunday, you might just go with a few Right handers.
  18. I watched a guy bust the whole side on an older...

    I watched a guy bust the whole side on an older Mopar truck! He thought they were just rusted on.
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    I'm not sure what happened here. It is a very old...

    I'm not sure what happened here. It is a very old post. I'm thinking it was stuck on the output bearing.
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    That could be a tough one. Since the wire travels...

    That could be a tough one. Since the wire travels down the center of the actual steering shaft, it needs to come out the bottom somehow. Was that a kit of some kind I wonder? It is popular to retro a...
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    Can you use a Roll Pin? I have used them to...

    Can you use a Roll Pin? I have used them to replace a few Machined Pins here and there. They are spring steel. You tap a slightly oversize pin into the hole. The spring steel is by nature fairly...
  22. Who's idea was that? Could it be... Finely an...

    Who's idea was that? Could it be... Finely an opportunity to have a Writer take literary license out on the couple of Engineer's who make mechanic's lives hell!
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    What does the steering column look like? Does it...

    What does the steering column look like? Does it have a horn button set up? Or was the original steering column used with the new box? If it was you should be able to hook the horn button back up.
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    Fingers crossed that it will be OK! It would be...

    Fingers crossed that it will be OK! It would be nice to keep the original.
  25. Thread: Bell housing

    by bmorgil
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    Paint away Tom!

    Paint away Tom!
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