Mines long gone but if I recall right it was 2 1/4".
It's the pin in the leaf pack that the axle lines up on. Easy to see it'll be sticking out of the bottom of the spring pad/perch on the axle....
Throttle steer is common with lockers. Check your aur pressure and make sure both are at the same PSI.
One other thing to check, make sure the...
Stick with the single exhaust and go FlowMaster you won't regret it. Good sound but not headache loud.
I keep old Advil and vitamin bottles for keeping small stuff in so they don't get lost like fuses in one, like sized connectors in another etc....
The power should be there in the '76 to run 65-70. Never had mine that fast. :oops:
www.customcarbs.com is the addy for Carb Shop.
We used to buy lots of stuff from them.
There is a place called the Carb Shop, it was/is an online store that had the little parts. May try to find them.
Unless the gears have been changed out they won't be real low, you may get lucky and have 3.73s.
70mph is still pushing it in a swb Jeep.
My '76 had 3.55:1 gears if that helps any.
Stock, any parts store should be able to help. High Perf, Mopar has some go fast goodies in the majic Mopar book. :)
Yep only one question, is the metal line where it goes through the tub protected by a rubber gromet or piece of fuel line?
Nope all wrong. You put the lines upside down. R)
Looking good Sammy. ;)
Re: Is it legal in California to drive with windsheild down?
That'd be funny if it were not some waht true and possible. R)
You may need to go toward the rear with the pump and then route the lines the fwd.
We may be onto sumtin. R)
Maybe the key was in upside down? R)
Why not drop the tank?
Be my luck I'd cut into the tank. :oops:
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