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  1. Sorry about that Wulfie, I should have clarified...

    Sorry about that Wulfie, I should have clarified that! All of the weight sits on the top rubber on top of the cross member. Here is a photo from underneath (its blurry I couldn't hold still standing...
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    I can see it is getting quite a notch worn into...

    I can see it is getting quite a notch worn into it at the one end. I would say time to replace that one
  3. Mike, The Willys F4-134 was introduced in 1950....

    Mike, The Willys F4-134 was introduced in 1950. It was in civilian Jeeps, CJ-3B, CJ-5, and CJ-6 models. It was also used in the Willys 473 and 475 pickups, wagons, and sedan deliveries. If you have a...
  4. Here is a pic of how it goes. Everything sets on...

    Here is a pic of how it goes. Everything sets on the cross member and the bolt goes through the cross member.

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    Looking good Joey!

    Looking good Joey!
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    The exact tray might be tough to find, but I used...

    The exact tray might be tough to find, but I used one of these.

    https://www.kaiserwillys.com/nsearch/?q=battery%20tray
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    I would just use the block. Rebuild it as if it...

    I would just use the block. Rebuild it as if it was a Willys 134. Have the shop use the WIllys parts and the new block. It is possible there are different components in the engine. If the valves are...
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    Definitely the part that separates the men from...

    Definitely the part that separates the men from the boys. The turbo plumbing is artwork.
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    VT I would start by trying to adjust the clutch...

    VT I would start by trying to adjust the clutch free play. They don't need much. Just a half inch at the pedal should be a good place to start. If you cant get the free play correct, the linkage...
  10. Hello Mike! I find G503.com, CJ2A page and CJ3A&B...

    Hello Mike! I find G503.com, CJ2A page and CJ3A&B page to be very good sources of information. The thing to remember especially on the early trucks and flat fenders, poor record keeping and parts...
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    VT see if this discussion helps your decision. ...

    VT see if this discussion helps your decision.

    https://willysjeepforum.kaiserwillys.com/showthread.php?2888-Unleadead-fuel-in-your-Classic

    The most important thing to remember abut Ethanol is...
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    The fender I can see doesn't look too bad. I...

    The fender I can see doesn't look too bad. I would try to use the originals if you can. Nothing will fit like them on the original body. There are excellent reproduction parts out there also....
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    The rear support might be set up to fit all the...

    The rear support might be set up to fit all the CJ's, trim to fit. The early will be shorter than the later CJ's.
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    I have two of those Colman Camp stoves! What is...

    I have two of those Colman Camp stoves! What is it about cooking over white gas that makes food smell so good? You will use the heck out of the blasting cabinet. I have a similar one and an outdoor...
  15. Thread: New Here

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    Welcome aboard!

    Welcome aboard!
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    CaptB, a great start for a restore! Man it looks...

    CaptB, a great start for a restore! Man it looks really complete. The top is a very nice thing to have. That CJ should restore like new.
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    Nice! Sounds like a perfect day working on the...

    Nice! Sounds like a perfect day working on the Willys. Hang on to that tag. You can buy a new rivit online.
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    Compound turbo's are definitely a modern hot rod...

    Compound turbo's are definitely a modern hot rod diesel thing. Looks right at home in that '56 in a Mad Max sort of way!
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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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    I found it very difficult to find a radiator shop...

    I found it very difficult to find a radiator shop also. No one works on them anymore. For decades they have been plastic and aluminum, glued and crimped and not repairable.
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    Steve, you want to look around your area for an...

    Steve, you want to look around your area for an automotive machine shop that that has been around for a while. A machine shop that also assembles the engine is a good way to go. You want to find one...
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    That fits in there just right! What a contrast, a...

    That fits in there just right! What a contrast, a compound turbo tucked up against a '56 firewall.
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    Welcome Felipe! The MB looks great. Here is a...

    Welcome Felipe! The MB looks great. Here is a link for your oil question.

    https://willysjeepforum.kaiserwillys.com/showthread.php?2419-The-Right-Motor-Oil

    Checking compression does require an...
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    CONGRATULATIONS!!!!! A new baby, that is awesome...

    CONGRATULATIONS!!!!! A new baby, that is awesome news. You need to get that Jeep going for the baby picnics.
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    Wow everybody is out of them. They fit a lot of...

    Wow everybody is out of them. They fit a lot of early to 1990's era vehicles. Must be a "supply chain" thing.
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