Here is a thread I posted to do mine:
Very cool! Thanks for sharing
There is a pretty good write-up here on what you need to do.
OK, I didn't believe that they would be nut side out, so I checked my reference pictures from an unaltered mid 60's CJ-5 and it clearly shows nuts...
I've towed our pontoon boat several times with no problems, but I only move it a few miles. Jeep is a '50 CJ3A with 5.38's and the stock L134
Some things I noticed without researching a bunch...
*No Jeep name stamped on side
*Support brackets inside the rear fenders are completely...
This is the best example of the stock tail light set up I've come across. It was off a mid '60's CJ5
There are typically 3 or 4 places that are numbered that you can look up to find a year, but on yours there is likely only one place since it has...
I would think you could get that much variance just with different paint lots. It looks close enough to me.
I found a spray can of Duplicolor on the shelf at Autozone that I used for my oil pan and was almost a perfect match to my valve covers. Of...
On my MB it is very easy to see the indents from the inside
I have a set that I grabbed off an old tub, my spacer looked identical to the one above, but was rubber. I have no idea of the model year it came...
Just post a link to the ebay listing if it has pics.
Look at the last two pics above. There is a clamp around the motor pivot that needs to be loosened (it's designed like a battery terminal...
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