You got A great buy on that .
I have used Painless # 80174 low pressure brake switch w/pigtail on both My M37 and My 1974 CJ5
with no Problems .
I might have A latch for that if Your interested in it ?
It's two 351 cubic inch engines put together to make the V-12.
The Armstrong Norseman was the best tire I have ever used on A Jeep.
Last Set I bought Cost Me $ 35.00 Per Tire , L78-15.
That was about 1974 .
Looks like A 1949 , I had one when I was sixteen , It had an 85 HP ford flat head V-8 engine.
Nice looking Jeep.
I would be interested to see how that disc brake kit works out . I have that kit now but haven't installed it yet.
Going to wait till spring....
I thank I have 3 speedometers if anybody needs one .
Federal Mogul Catalog 510-1 dated 1995
Shows Warner t15 main shaft pilot bearing 22- each QAR35319 , 1971 to 1979.
Dimensions are .1562 diameter...
X2 that's how mine looks.
X3 that's as large as I would go .
For power brakes take A look at the jeep guy , phone 503-689-2072
I have several if You need one .
You might want to check ATP Automotive .
There could be A snap ring on the end of the axle You will need to remove . This will not effect the wheel bearing
adjustment. Although if it was...
The Front Engine Mount is An After Market Item.
The one on the right looks like an early 1950's chrysler wheel.
My Application book shows they are both the same , National 99155 or Chicago Rawhide 99155 .
I use BWD Brand Part # PCV918 , From O'Reilly's Auto Parts , My Jeep is A 1974 Jeep CJ5 with 258 Engine.
I hope this helps .
You could check with Vintique I have them on My 1974 CJ5 , Part number 62-585504 , they are set up for hub caps
but I don't know if Your hub caps...
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