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    Good catch Larry, I suspect you both may be...

    Good catch Larry, I suspect you both may be suffering from bad or cruddy fuel pump check valves. In addition the manifold "stove" in the 134's is a carburetor cooker. It can boil the fuel in the carb...
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    Sticky: Unleadead fuel in your Classic

    Another great discussion that comes up from time to time.

    Ethanol and the rubber components in vintage vehicles are not compatible. It will ruin the hoses and quite possibly the internal rubber...
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    Lewis this is another good discussion. It comes...

    Lewis this is another good discussion. It comes up from time to time I think I will stick it in the tech section also.

    The discussion ventures into the valve seats and valve material. If you don't...
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    Jags, take the windshield frame and all to your...

    Jags, take the windshield frame and all to your local Semi-Truck glass shop. They will fix you right up. It is the same flat panel glass used in semis and recreational vehicles. They will have the...
  5. Sticky: T90 Teardown Important Correction to Rick Stivers Guide

    I have seen this come up from time to time. While you can remove the T90 reverse idler shaft to the outside of the case, it is not a good idea. Unfortunately many have done it incorrectly and ran...
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    That is a perfect solution TJ. The wear sleeve is...

    That is a perfect solution TJ. The wear sleeve is a carefully prepared seal surface.

    The Rick Stiver video/write up is an excellent source. There is one major mistake that has not been corrected....
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    I think you have the classic drip at the input...

    I think you have the classic drip at the input shaft gm. If the helix was backward it would pump out. That design never worked well. They weeped oil under a lot of conditions. The "retro" seal and...
  8. Thread: Iowa Jeep

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    Oh that looks familiar! Love the 3A SpecZ. Man...

    Oh that looks familiar! Love the 3A SpecZ. Man that looks like mine when I brought it home. Same paint scheme and all. It even looks like the same home! I even have that same stool on rollers. You...
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    Mark, A quick diagnosis is to see if it drips...

    Mark, A quick diagnosis is to see if it drips more when it is running as opposed to when it just sits. The oil of course blows all over as you drive so it can be very dificult to find the leak as you...
  10. Check out TJones CJ, a nice V6 install....

    Check out TJones CJ, a nice V6 install. https://willysjeepforum.kaiserwillys.com/showthread.php?1772-New-to-the-Forum

    Novak is a very good choice.
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    It is 51 years old and it runs, it defines cool!

    It is 51 years old and it runs, it defines cool!
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    I believe it is because every of age man is armed...

    I believe it is because every of age man is armed and in the military by law.

    I have been waiting a long time for this... Totally on your side Jag.... 8620 :cool::):rolleyes:

    On another note,...
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    Joseph, see if this helps. ...

    Joseph, see if this helps.

    https://willysjeepforum.kaiserwillys.com/showthread.php?2825-CJ-2-through-CJ-6-fuel-pumps-and-pressures
  14. This is the fun part AZ! Hot rodding is was the...

    This is the fun part AZ! Hot rodding is was the life blood of American Automotive ingenuity. Because of hot rodder's, we have the vehicles we have today. I didn't write the article to say the least,...
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    Very cool find Jagsare1! gm knows his stuff. Some...

    Very cool find Jagsare1! gm knows his stuff. Some history in that one.
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    That's a great start test1328! I love the top on...

    That's a great start test1328! I love the top on that thing. A lot of history in the tops. The paint appears to be original judging from the decals on the back. That thing looks pretty complete under...
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    When you look for seats there seems to be two...

    When you look for seats there seems to be two basic styles to look at that change the way the seats will mount and work. The competition style seat or one piece "Bucket" will be the most affordable....
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    It looks awesome gm! I am so in awe of your...

    It looks awesome gm! I am so in awe of your desire and ability to retain as much of the original as you can. It is showing in the way that old girl is looking. It is starting to look like it is...
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    Bob, I have a great deal of luck using Rock...

    Bob, I have a great deal of luck using Rock Auto's web site. Choose a very early CJ for the 18 and a later one for the 90. You should get manufacturers part numbers that can be interchanged. Choose a...
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    No tricks it should come apart fairly easy. I...

    No tricks it should come apart fairly easy. I would say someone had a bearing freeze on that pin. It looks like a torch was used to heat up the bearing to get it off. If there was a bearing failure...
  21. No problem I got you covered Penny, Your posts...

    No problem I got you covered Penny, Your posts are all now here in this thread. Review all the prior responses to your posts.

    As I said below, you have a few options. Primarily however your main...
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    TJ you are seeing the same thing I am seeing. The...

    TJ you are seeing the same thing I am seeing. The backing plates are from something else. The items are indeed the cut off e-brake cables, from backing plates off of something that utilized a rear...
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    Jeep Fest Update

    More info!

    https://mailchi.mp/d9c55c94df0b/official-parade-confirmation-and-instructions-6514715?e=628e92e530
  24. Those are rebound straps. They are there to keep...

    Those are rebound straps. They are there to keep the main leaf from being overworked if the springs are suddenly fully extended. The main leaf takes all the stress when the spring is rebounding...
  25. Penny, I am going to guess that strap is to keep...

    Penny, I am going to guess that strap is to keep the spring stack aligned and together. Take a picture of that clamp. It is possible you can move it or run without it. Lets take a look.
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