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    Larry is right on it I think. It looks like as...

    Larry is right on it I think. It looks like as the brake linings wore they were adjusted out to compensate. If the drums have been turned (a common practice) as LarrBeard suggested, it would...
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    A far far cry from "Worthless". gmwillys name...

    A far far cry from "Worthless". gmwillys name officially becomes "Keeper of _________ Knowledge" pick any one or more of these words...

    useful valuable profitable worthy consequential effective...
  3. Thread: 2020 ejs

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    The cancellations are abundant across the Nation....

    The cancellations are abundant across the Nation. This is going to be a long haul.
  4. Thread: Still leaking

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    That looks like the old 40's 50's wire no doubt!

    That looks like the old 40's 50's wire no doubt!
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    Those are solid!

    Those are solid!
  6. Thread: Still leaking

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    Do old Willys burn? With such a "Rock Solid"...

    Do old Willys burn? With such a "Rock Solid" cloth covered unprotected wiring system, the thought of an electrical fire starter never enters the mind!

    The Horn is my favorite wiring setup.
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    Sticky: How to post a picture in a thread

    I think this is a very common question on the Forum. This might help.

    Go to "Go Advanced" Scroll down to manage attachments, Select "Browse" pick a file and then select "Upload". One file at a...
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    CMoore, go to "Go Advanced" Scroll down to manage...

    CMoore, go to "Go Advanced" Scroll down to manage attachments, Select "Browse" pick a file and then select "Upload". One file at a time and there is a limit to the photo's per post, as well as the...
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    This would make a trick Glove Box light, 24V ...

    This would make a trick Glove Box light, 24V

    https://www.amazon.com/HGHC-Replacement-Daylight-Contact-Interior/dp/B07GN45NMN
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    If you can find someone to tune it for you using...

    If you can find someone to tune it for you using HP Tuners, its the way to go on the Gen 3 Computer system. They can then give you the tune on a flash drive. If you were near I could tune it for you...
  11. Thread: Still leaking

    by bmorgil
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    Totally Love it!! Got to have a drive by shot...

    Totally Love it!! Got to have a drive by shot man. We need to be sure it moves.
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    I am not sure what exactly we are talking about...

    I am not sure what exactly we are talking about here. What vehicle do you have? Definitely shoot some picks. If you are talking about the Drive Hub that connects the axle shaft to the drum hub, that...
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    I don't think there is much doubt the VIN tag was...

    I don't think there is much doubt the VIN tag was removed and reapplied. It does look like a Repro-Tub. Unless it was a rare one, most Repro-Tubs are made by MD Juan in the Philippines....
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    70's Chevrolet's had a combo switch and light...

    70's Chevrolet's had a combo switch and light bulb built in. A one wire hook up. You might have to make a L bracket with a hole, to hold the switch in the right spot....
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    Wow what a nice Fire Truck. It's all there that's...

    Wow what a nice Fire Truck. It's all there that's for sure. More pic's of the truck!
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    Yes you are! And a very fine Willys Fire Truck...

    Yes you are! And a very fine Willys Fire Truck indeed! Welcome, send us more pictures.
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    That fit in there nicely. What computer are you...

    That fit in there nicely. What computer are you using to run the LQ9?
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    If you are working with a Repro-Tub kit, some...

    If you are working with a Repro-Tub kit, some fitting and drilling will most definitely be required. But I am going to bet gmwillys has done this before on a CJ5.
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    That's the one to work on it. That will take you...

    That's the one to work on it. That will take you through everything you need to repair it. The Owners Manual is much smaller and focuses on common driving and service procedures. I think this is it....
  20. Thread: Fuel lines

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    You should use the original setup. The F and L...

    You should use the original setup. The F and L engines had the fuel pump in the same place.
  21. Sticky: The M38A1 24 volt ignition system and coil

    By LarrBeard;

    The M38A1 ignition system is a lot harder to work on than the civilian Jeep ignitions because it is sealed and waterproofed. In civilian ignitions, we can pull the high voltage lead...
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    Nice stuff Larry! On its way to the Tech Section.

    Nice stuff Larry! On its way to the Tech Section.
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    Yes it is contained on yours. You can pull the...

    Yes it is contained on yours. You can pull the coil and check the resistance of the coils primary and secondary windings. I am not sure what the Military coil should have for value. gmwillys or...
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    Black on Grey, first logo with a large logo on...

    Black on Grey, first logo with a large logo on the back, or what ever you decide! Private Message me on this site when your ready, and I can send you my address.

    Which manual do you have? This is...
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    OK Will, check for spark at the coil. Pull the...

    OK Will, check for spark at the coil. Pull the coil wire from the cap. Turn the key on and close the points and open them. The instant they open there should be a solid snappy spark at least 1/8"...
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