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    Just for the heck of it, i measured the ohmic value of the spark plugs, two bad ones had resistance but much less than the good ones? what is the correct value of the restive plugs used on these motors

    https://www.kaiserwillys.com/replace...0-66-m38-m38a1

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    Maybe email the manufacturer for that info. I think anything more than 5000 ohms is too high for modern ignition systems. I am sure a points type standard (Not High Energy) ignition would need much less resistance. It is a voltage issue. The higher the secondary voltage the higher the resistance.

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    Check leakage resistance from center to shell. I'd suspect leakage or breakdown more than an open.

    (A multimeter may not read high enough to give a good answer and I don't know anyone who has a Megger any more ...)

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    I bought these gizmos from Kaiser to go on the base of clutch and brake pedal
    did not even fit
    china??

    springs for clutch2.jpgspring for cluytch.jpg

    and i have the exhaust kit from kaiser and will probably have to take to a muffler shop to have it modified, 3/4" away from clutch/brake linkage assembly,,, dont like that

    exhaust 1.jpgexhaust 2.jpg

    dont get me wrong. Kaiser been real good to me and if i have a problem they take care of it, but one has to wonder if someone there has actually fitted some of this stuff to a jeep??
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    Wow, on my 3A those parts were darn near perfect. I wonder if anyone is having trouble with a 3B and those parts?

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    ANYONE HAVE ANY EARTHLY IDEA WHERE CN LOCTE ALL THE PIECES AND PRTS FOR A VRC-34.
    Hr transceiver?

    https://olive-drab.com/od_electronics_angrc9.php

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    Check out eBay or Google vrc_34.

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    AN/GRC-9 and Similar Radios

    Quote Originally Posted by pelago View Post
    ANYONE HAVE ANY EARTHLY IDEA WHERE CN LOCTE ALL THE PIECES AND PRTS FOR A VRC-34.
    Hr transceiver?

    https://olive-drab.com/od_electronics_angrc9.php
    Yep ...

    And we thought Jeep parts were expensive. I'd bet shipping on the Telefunken unit will be a bit spicy ....


    AN/GRC-9

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/RECEIVER-TR...cAAOSwJvVcTckN


    https://www.ebay.com/itm/GRC-9-SET/1...kAAOSwVG9dBQwq

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/U-S-ARMY-RA....c100667.m2042


    AN/GRC-10

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Rare-AN-GRC...8AAOSw509drgNc

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/AN-GRC-10-M...UAAOSwh~pds8Gn



    Nothing worthwhile for VRC-12/RT-524/VRC-47

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    $1,200 looks to be an alright price for what you are getting.....But $400 for shipping. Better be delivered by dancing girls.

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    Delivery Cost

    Quote Originally Posted by gmwillys View Post
    $1,200 looks to be an alright price for what you are getting.....But $400 for shipping. Better be delivered by dancing girls.
    The dern thing weighs almost as much as a bare block, hence the term "boat anchor" radio.

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