Some day, when I get off my arse, my 48 will look like this I hope. Very nice! But until then I just have to keep driving my TJ.
Love the build! You are doing a fantastic job, just wish mine looked that good. But wanted to warn you that you might want to rethink your tank...
Anyone done a flatty body on a YJ or TJ frame? Would like to see a write up or hear from someone that has done it.
The fluid in the torque converter should work to balance the odd fire, but an odd fire flex plate wouldn't hurt. It makes a long combination for a...
The 2.8 is a POS but the 3.4 is a direct replacement and allot better motor.
That is a great looking install. What trans and Xfer case are you going to be running?
If you find a good 66-70 chassis and running gear you could always just transplant your body onto it.
Guess allot depends on if you want to keep it original or not. Seats are easy at any junkyard.
Maybe check out Advance Adapter. They use to have a chain clutch linkage. Don't know if they still do but heard it worked good.
My guess would be a 3a or later.. Do not see the mounting tabs for the tranny Xmember that a 2a had.. If the motor mounts are directly across from...
I have seen it talked about for the F head, are you doing it on an L head?
Why would a starter swap effect the axles? Also can you tell me more about the Toyota starter swap?
Well just for the other point of view. I had a friend that wheeled a 2a with a v6/t90/d18 running stock 44/27 locked on 35"s .I think he did do...
Looks great.. Only thing I would have done different is use bolts that wheel locks could be used on.. Just to keep the thing on my bumper.
Wouldn't blue have been Navy during WWII? I think they went gray after the war but could be wrong.
That will not work.. The starter you have is a 3a starter. Here's a link that might help you.
Over on the ECJ5 part of this site they're talking about a early toyota landcruiser starter bolting right up on a F head. It was a 9 tooth and...
The way I understand it, only the 3a and m38 need to change the ring gear. The 2a's were bendix type starters with a foot electric switch. The 3a...
Did you check out the price?
Actually there are at least 3 different starter/flywheel combinations that were used on the L Head. It all depends on the year of the motor.
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