Those things are notorious for bad grounds at the socket holes, the metal oxidizes & does not make a good connection. They're a bear to get...
I feel your pain my brother. :(
New ones are not that pricey.
Rear Axle Hub CJ2A, CJ3A, CJ3B, CJ5, CJ6, M38, M38A1, Station Wagon, Sedan Delivery, FC 150
Well, isn't that just hideous. :poo:
Needs to move the price decimal point a few positions to the left.
IMHO that ain't not a Carter YF.
Want to say Kelly-
I may still have a set off a CJ6 in the shed.
Kept the dust down :)
Give the wood a good soaking before welding & keep a squirt bottle handy.
Not unknown, I'd just weld a patch over it.
I went with a sink/drain pipe to the gravel bed under the floor for gray water, a water cooler & a chemmypotty for #1.
I'm 5'10" and with the stock seats I find it livable, the only issue I really have is with traffic lights. :rolleyes:
Don't mind them as long as I don't have to join to see them.
My assessment exactyl- if the plunger doesn't come all the way back the fluid can't escape back into the reservoir.
If there is free play in the...
my bad but there's still room for ambiguity.
I stand by my recommendation.
First question is why do you Feel The Need for Slow? The only thing a truck tranny buys you over the T90 is a good crawl ratio, if you're worried...
What jeep? Wheels turning or locked up? How far from it's resting place to the trailer?
Basically your question is unanswerable. :(
All good :)
Lots of good info here- you find exactly what you need.
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