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    Agree on the ashes man! You wont need the...

    Agree on the ashes man!

    You wont need the three pounder, a small dead blow should get it done. The "grease blow" should slowly walk the bushing out. With the tools you have available, you could...
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    Jeff this is an old trick to get pilot bushings...

    Jeff this is an old trick to get pilot bushings out of crankshafts. It works equally well on these bushings. You pack the bushing and shaft full with grease. Stand it up on a wood block with a hole ...
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    To get the bushing out you can pack it full with...

    To get the bushing out you can pack it full with grease. Then squeeze the shaft into it slightly and give the output shaft a rap with a soft hammer and repeat. The hydraulic force should push it out....
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    Jeff do you have the output clutch gear in there?...

    Jeff do you have the output clutch gear in there? Just to be sure, the output gear should be against a thrust washer and a snap ring. Then the output clutch gear slides on. #37 snap ring is the ring...
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    I am not sure which diagram you are looking at...

    I am not sure which diagram you are looking at Jeff, so I am not sure what the index number is. However, the Output Shaft Gear runs against a thrust washer and it is held there by a snap ring. The...
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    Hopefully you ordered it from KW. Mike doesn't...

    Hopefully you ordered it from KW. Mike doesn't care when you bought it. He will take it back. It is frustrating when you are ready to go and you think you are prepared to start, and then the parts...
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    It is way over-speced for the application. If the...

    It is way over-speced for the application. If the bearings are good it will last a long time. You must have had a tough one Jeff. Usually they come apart fairly easy.
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    If you have a ball joint fork that is close, you...

    If you have a ball joint fork that is close, you could always "open" it up a little.
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    The "wedge" is the way to get it done. I have an...

    The "wedge" is the way to get it done. I have an assortment of ball joint separators. I don't remember which one I use but, here is a link to the type of tool we are talking about. I don't know if...
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    It is good practice to make sure, that's for...

    It is good practice to make sure, that's for sure! I have seen well intended lubricants and sealers cause a lot of problems due to incompatibility. Vaseline is a great assembly lube. It is however...
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    I have always used the lube I am going to run in...

    I have always used the lube I am going to run in the transmission in a squirt can. For lube to "stick" things like the counter shaft bearings and thrust washers in place, Vaseline.
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    I love that shirt! Only a few survivors...

    I love that shirt! Only a few survivors understand that one.

    A steering stabilizer will cover for slightly loose ball joints or king pin pivots on a front steering axle. When it its gets too...
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    TJ has the name right it is "Wobble" not "Rattle"...

    TJ has the name right it is "Wobble" not "Rattle" and its a rush when it happens!

    I am not a fan of steering stabilizers for on hi-way vehicles. Typically they are installed because they look...
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    Uncovering the past history is one of the fun...

    Uncovering the past history is one of the fun parts of these things.
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    All the plates were mostly brass in the beginning...

    All the plates were mostly brass in the beginning and then Zinc (steel) and Aluminum were also used. Brass does not necessarily indicate Military. The way Willys was operating at that time, the tag...
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    Jeff this is the site for all things military...

    Jeff this is the site for all things military Jeep.

    https://g503.com/
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    Its yours you can go any color you want! I have...

    Its yours you can go any color you want! I have seen a lot of colors on the driveline and chassis as well as the motor. Basically originally the transfer-case and trans were unpainted. Military were...
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    You may want to consider a cheap eBay for $79 for...

    You may want to consider a cheap eBay for $79 for the model 30 and up. You can drill and tap a second set of holes for the 25/27 alignment pins and use grade 8 fine thread bolts. I think the spreader...
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    No Jeff your thinking is good. Look the ring and...

    No Jeff your thinking is good. Look the ring and pinion over and if there are any spots where the corrosion has made a sharp edge deep enough to expose the softer core of the tooth, dress it smooth...
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    Had to see that to believe it! That stub shaft is...

    Had to see that to believe it! That stub shaft is hardened. That took some work. I think someone has come up with a combination of "stuff" and got it to work in your axle. At first I thought it was a...
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    They will go right in Jeff. Threads cut off on...

    They will go right in Jeff. Threads cut off on the right axle? Do you have a picture of that?
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