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    Great old movie, John Wayne as the legendary Taw...

    Great old movie, John Wayne as the legendary Taw Jakson. Fits right in. This rig will "Taw" a big load!
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    Man that was fast!

    Man that was fast!
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    Calling LarrBeard..... Hopefully Larry will see...

    Calling LarrBeard..... Hopefully Larry will see this and give an explanation. I know he dealt with a similar "random voltage" issue a while back. I'll search for it.

    You may want to make sure the...
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    You are definitely going to fill up the hatch...

    You are definitely going to fill up the hatch with the trimmings there jb!
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    Closer and closer jb! I recognize the string....

    Closer and closer jb! I recognize the string. Still the best way.
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    That is absolutely the truth there! In learning...

    That is absolutely the truth there! In learning to work with the newer computer controlled cars, I often find the knowledge of why it works and how it has evolved is invaluable. You often find...
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    You couldn't have picked a better vehicle to...

    You couldn't have picked a better vehicle to start them on. The mechanics of these will take you right to all the "basics". It is a "Basic Vehicle" in all aspects of the word!
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    Paul, first Welcome aboard! I like your project....

    Paul, first Welcome aboard! I like your project. A great start with what it sounds like you have. The value of your Jeep is in the restore. If you get a tub kit, with some elbow grease and a welder,...
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    Hahaha! Bi-Flow meds are popular in us seasoned...

    Hahaha! Bi-Flow meds are popular in us seasoned fellas!

    Better known as a "Recovery System Cap". Most caps are this type. They allow air or water to re-enter the sealed cooling system. As you...
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    Good point Larry. The radiator cap needs to be a...

    Good point Larry. The radiator cap needs to be a Bi-Flow design to allow the water to be drawn back in to the radiator when the pressure drops.

    This company does a good job explaining the caps. ...
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    Like gm said, you can use anything you can attach...

    Like gm said, you can use anything you can attach for the catch can. If you scroll down on that link page, there are plastic ones for $15.
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    Yes, just run the radiator overflow to a catch...

    Yes, just run the radiator overflow to a catch bottle. Make sure the hose from the radiator goes all the way to the bottom of the catch bottle so the cooling radiator can suck it back out. Fill the...
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    The Universal Service Manual reprint is the best...

    The Universal Service Manual reprint is the best information available. I wouldn't even start on one without it. Here is a link to a PDF for the F head. The procedures you are looking for are the...
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    The bowl on these is actually on the top of the...

    The bowl on these is actually on the top of the fuel pump you can get a glass or steel bowl, with or without a vacuum pump. It provides an area of expansion for the fuel and the screen inside it was...
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    No not a filter for the pump. Separate in line...

    No not a filter for the pump. Separate in line filters like the picture of mine. The link I sent has two you can use. A metal one and a glass one, or any good filter will work. Just make sure they go...
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    Well at least we know where that compression was...

    Well at least we know where that compression was going!
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    I would try a different vendor. They definitely...

    I would try a different vendor. They definitely need to fit tight. It is the press fit collapsing the bushings, that makes them need to be reamed in the first place. I have also read about the same...
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    The only "filter" is the screen in the bottom of...

    The only "filter" is the screen in the bottom of the glass bowl on the fuel pump. Most added a filter right at the carburetor. KW has the period correct NOS filters that a lot of dealers and owners...
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    Aren't you dying to jump in and roll down the...

    Aren't you dying to jump in and roll down the road?! I love the way the rear wheels are all the way back. A very unique look.
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    After 4 pumps 75# cold is not surprising on a...

    After 4 pumps 75# cold is not surprising on a cold or cool motor. 65# is low and that 55# number might just miss once and a while. If you had it warm, a little closer to at least 90# min would have...
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    It is forever preserved in the Tech Library. ...

    It is forever preserved in the Tech Library.

    https://willysjeepforum.kaiserwillys.com/showthread.php?1820-Start-up-Best-Practices
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    Lone Rider, love that name, it sounds like you...

    Lone Rider, love that name, it sounds like you have a very nice representation of the last of the MB's. I would say someone did something to the motor. The casting number is correct for the early...
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    You are getting busy now! Don't ya love it when...

    You are getting busy now! Don't ya love it when the parts come in.
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    A loaded question there. The effort to turn the...

    A loaded question there. The effort to turn the wheel is going to be more of a factor of the weight of the vehicle.These things are fairly light. They are manual steering and it takes a bit of effort...
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    You really have something there Steve! The best...

    You really have something there Steve! The best vehicles to restore come from the "Sun Belt" here in the USA. A California car is what everyone is looking for. The sun states are the best for old...
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