Did you try Walck's for the wheel cylinders?
In addition to the sizes need to know what type of adjusters are on them.
You're not the first to be fooled by an illusion. :)
Since you have a problem with the arm bottoming out why don't you start with focusing on that?
How about vintage truck parts, like Mack for example?
Gotta be careful of the new glass globe fuel pumps.....bunch of us had issues with them falling apart (breaking).
Seems like a part number listing could verify this.
Those look like the ones I bought from the dealer.
I bought new visors from the Jeep dealer in '69. They didn't swivel either. I kinda doubt they had ones that swiveled at that point in time.
Thanks Mickey! :)
With the correct location described as being left of center I assume that means the holes have to be drilled, correct?
This mirror bracket is the same as on my wagon, and I assume the mirror itself is too. There is also a small brace which attaches to the hole in...
Temp. for the water valve, air for the flapper and fan, defroster for defrost/floor vent.
I've got the 2 speed motor conversion....even I believe in at least upgrading them. :)
If you haven't tried it yet air control knob is also the blower switch....2 speeds.
Yes, one goes to the air control. Does the blower motor work?
The valve is either OEM or the same type. Looks just like mine. Mine leaks the same way yours does. I think Walck's has them.
Shoes backwards? Spring holes in different positions on the shoes in 55 Willys CJ5 picture.
I agree, best to take it to the alignment shop.
Isn't there a spring in there to keep the adjusting wheels in position?
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