Looks like a Trac Loc..centered flanged 44 would be my guess.
..at least 37K......
front push bar = stupid looking.
Seems you had to flip a Pertronix part over/under/180* if it didn't run right after install ?
Maybe a search will turn that up.
Maybe I'm wrong......
They will separate after installation and use.
I have used a shop rag.
Liberally apply grease to the open side.
Pulling tightly on the shop rag...
Took out the 47 jets and re-installed the 51 jets after my Colorado trip.
Repaired the turn signals which had quit during the trip......bad wire...
Maybe I'm missing something here.
I don't see working brakes as an issue if you're trailering the Jeep to another location.
And they interchange with the proper diameter wheel bearings and wheel seals.
Early wheel hubs used smaller OD bearings and races.
Like on flat fenders and Bantam trailers.
The later hubs use a larger OD bearing, race and...
Two pins, one on each side for tilt column.
T150 tower and lever
4000-4500 for me in the sand dunes when I had mine.
Yes, I had it balanced.
Find a Scout 300 with the Texas pattern.
The old style seal set-up was the three piece like you have.
Felt, seal, and gasket.
Later it became the one piece seal.
Lots of us still like the...
Put the front bumper at the frame horn up against something solid.
Push in the clutch and bump the starter.
Works every time.
5358092 is T18 from 1977/1978 CJ series.
Some home brew fabbing with that set-up.
3196808 is the AMC part number FYI.
Dusted it off.
Going to Colorado in one month.
Guess I better get started on it.
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