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  1. Thread: The smart way?

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    gmwillys nice catch! So you remember adapters...

    gmwillys nice catch!

    So you remember adapters from Western Auto? I was riding my 5 speed Schwinn crate racer to the ice cream store right next door to the Western Auto when, it closed down! I...
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    Here is a chart to get you into the correct group...

    Here is a chart to get you into the correct group size. I think you are looking for a group 22R battery. In my CJ3A I have a Deka that fit perfectly in the original mount. I am pretty sure it is a...
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    Your going to rebuild the transfer case yourself?...

    Your going to rebuild the transfer case yourself? If you are capable of that you won't have trouble with the trans. The service manual is very good. The internet does have a couple of errors I have...
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    Great picture. I would put a wear sleeve on that...

    Great picture. I would put a wear sleeve on that yoke no question. Those pits will cut the new seal, in addition to creating a leak path of their own.

    On a new yoke the surface should be just...
  5. Thread: The smart way?

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    That just looks strange. There is a splined shaft...

    That just looks strange. There is a splined shaft on the motor the wiper arm slides on and then there is a Brass Acorn Nut that secures the arm. It almost looks like the original nut is completely...
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    You just know LarryBeard is going to have...

    You just know LarryBeard is going to have something to say about sinking boats!

    The sleeve has the best seal finish possible on it. If you use one you just need to be sure the yoke doesn't have...
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    You are welcome Tom! This is easiest with a...

    You are welcome Tom!

    This is easiest with a good old fashioned "beam style" inch pound wrench.
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  8. Thread: The smart way?

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    Can you take a picture of the Aluminum cap?

    Can you take a picture of the Aluminum cap?
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    The cap is actually a driver. You put the sleeve...

    The cap is actually a driver. You put the sleeve on the yoke flange down. Then you set the cap over the sleeve and it rests on the flange of the sleeve. Then you tap the sleeve down or, press it down...
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    T-case, I was shortening transfer case. I was...

    T-case, I was shortening transfer case. I was just saying it's the same sleeve on all the yokes.

    They can be pressed on or, tapped on. I prefer a smaller press for the control. I have done it...
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    If you find the end yoke is worn at the T-Case,...

    If you find the end yoke is worn at the T-Case, either end, it is the same repair sleeve as the pinions. National 99155. They are $19 at Rock Auto.
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    LarryBeard... what a build up! Tom, setting...

    LarryBeard... what a build up!

    Tom, setting the correct pinion bearing preload is imperative to the life and durability of a few things. When you are going through the axle your thought process...
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    This will be cool to see! All in all it looks...

    This will be cool to see! All in all it looks like it is in pretty good shape.
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    They are made by National oil seal and Timken...

    They are made by National oil seal and Timken Bearing as well as some others. The prices are all over the place. I used Nationals part # 99155. ...
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    Can't wait to see it Brian!

    Can't wait to see it Brian!
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    Yes I think so. Here is a link to a 1960 F4-134. ...

    Yes I think so. Here is a link to a 1960 F4-134. https://www.felpro.com/find-my-part/find-my-part-results.html?parttype=&apptype=AUTOMOTIVE&options=1960~Jeep~CJ3&values=1960~Jeep~CJ3 I wasn't...
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    I think you are saying, with the blazing top...

    I think you are saying, with the blazing top speeds and precise road feedback provided by the early Willys, the effect of a good set of trued and balanced tires is un-dectectable.
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    The intake manifold and exhaust manifold are...

    The intake manifold and exhaust manifold are worth $150 at least. The starter and carb bring a bunch more. As LarrBeard alluded to, it looks like a great re-builder.
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    I like your thought process. Once you get it...

    I like your thought process. Once you get it cleaned off it should be easier to tell where its coming from.

    If you go after the rear diff cover, use the Fel-Pro gasket Part # RDS 6095-1. On the...
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    This is a picture of a REAL bad grove. I don't...

    This is a picture of a REAL bad grove. I don't like to see much of a grove at all. Any pits or anything that is other than perfectly smooth, will just cut up the new seal or leak under the lip.
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    Drop an email to amy@kaiserwillys.com She is...

    Drop an email to amy@kaiserwillys.com She is awesome. She will move the thread for you.
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    I loved reading your reply about the match! It...

    I loved reading your reply about the match! It fits in great with the American Rifleman story this month about the Springfield sniper rifles. It is amazing what YOU can do with a rifle designed over...
  23. Looking good! As for the device, I am in for...

    Looking good!

    As for the device, I am in for take it out. I have to agree with LarrBeard, the contraption cannot be of benefit to airflow.
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    Wow would that be cool! A chance to learn from...

    Wow would that be cool! A chance to learn from the very best.
  25. I can't wait to hear what that might be. It does...

    I can't wait to hear what that might be. It does look like some type of pre-heat device.
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