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    OK fellas, my father communicated with his...

    OK fellas, my father communicated with his parents from Korea via HAM radio! low AM frequency "skipped" around the atmosphere. His best buddy was involved with the early "Short Wave" stuff.
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    OK going to paint it black and let it ride. I...

    OK going to paint it black and let it ride. I used machine oil because I am afraid brake fluid will drip out on my paint. I agree with your logic however. Brake fluid would swell up much better. I...
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    LarrBeard, I was looking for a "new" rebuild kit...

    LarrBeard, I was looking for a "new" rebuild kit for mine with little success. I have an old NOS kit. Like gmwillys, I wonder how good it is. I also have a NOS motor. It actually is working. It's...
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    The other one goes to the cylinder head in the...

    The other one goes to the cylinder head in the rear. There is a factory valve screwed into the head in the rear, if you had the heater option. KW has them.
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    There are three holes. An oval on the top that...

    There are three holes. An oval on the top that has a cover with 2 small bolts, and two rectangles on each side. The top is for inspection. The sides are for the clutch fork. The bellhousing was set...
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    LarrBeard, did you ask over on g503.com?

    LarrBeard, did you ask over on g503.com?
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    Are you speaking of purchasing a new axle from...

    Are you speaking of purchasing a new axle from someone? In that case, yes. You would specify several things.
    On an early Jeep:

    1) The axle spring perch type and location (Leaf Spring top or...
  8. Thread: Dashboard knob

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    Crap.... now I have to check mine.

    Crap.... now I have to check mine.
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    There are many width Dana axles in various set...

    There are many width Dana axles in various set ups. Basically by same model number, the center section will be the same. The differences in the same models lie in the axle tube and shaft length,...
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    Don't forget your tire size. If you increase the...

    Don't forget your tire size. If you increase the height of the tire, it can have a significant impact on final drive ratio. A 2" diameter change from 26 to 28 for instance, will knock a final drive...
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    dagwin, getting the body off is definitely a...

    dagwin, getting the body off is definitely a rush!

    There is a small set screw in the knob. It locks the knob to the shaft so it won't turn.
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    Nice work!

    Nice work!
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    That is a great video. I had a lot of trouble...

    That is a great video. I had a lot of trouble getting the adjusters to lock the brakes. I also had to modify a 3/4 inch wrench to get to the front lower lock nuts. The knuckle is right there in the...
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    Good boy Jake!!!!

    Good boy Jake!!!!
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    Did Jake pump the brake pedal while you ran the...

    Did Jake pump the brake pedal while you ran the bleeder screw?

    I followed the book word for word on the adjustment procedure also. I sure had a hard time getting the wrenches on the front lock...
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    I also did the same. And it was a very good...

    I also did the same. And it was a very good thing. I called in some guy's who did a lot of Semi Truck work. They recognized the seal immediately. They also informed they cut that type of glass in the...
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    I agree pelago. Sometimes you just have to forge...

    I agree pelago. Sometimes you just have to forge ahead! What a crazy oil pressure gauge. I am getting the feeling that getting the brakes adjusted just right, is a task that has to be done a lot.
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    Thanks LarrBeard! The paint supply did a great...

    Thanks LarrBeard! The paint supply did a great job of matching the original Emerald Green. I am trying to preserve the "original" look. I had to keep the reins on the body shop pro's. They wanted to...
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    The windshield to cowl seal is a lousy fit!

    I traveled around the WWW, and I discovered this complaint is another normal. A few things had to be done to get the windshield frame to fit.

    A recap:

    The repro windshield frame did not fit...
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    Advance carries an Optima for $200. I am not sure...

    Advance carries an Optima for $200. I am not sure where your looking, but their all over for less than $300. Just "Google" 6 Volt Automotive battery.
  21. The 12v/6v converter is used to convert a 12 volt...

    The 12v/6v converter is used to convert a 12 volt battery and charging system, to work with a 6 volt vehicle.

    To get a 6 volt generator to charge a 12 volt battery, you need to be able to adjust...
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    Pair of Pearl handled 1911's, one on each side. I...

    Pair of Pearl handled 1911's, one on each side. I can't see far like I used to.
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    I would leave it stock and restore the 6 volt system or, convert it to 12 volts completely.

    There are reasons for converting to 12 volts. On mine there was little of the 6 volt system left. 12...
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    My son feel s the same way! Gotta go with your...

    My son feel s the same way! Gotta go with your gut pelago! There are also millions of vehicles running around with electric oil pressure gauges.

    I do know that electric gauges are usually...
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    Gasket or seal at the rear of the hood

    I am getting ready to set the hood on. I think there should be something for the rear of the hood to set on against the cowl. I have the felt down at the grill but, what about the back? I think there...
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