Never ever had a wire rope "pop" on me, and I have used them rough.
Makes sense to collect what clashing gears disperse, but in a engine pan, I'd be be very upset to find more than a trace of ferrous. But a...
I imagine since they took the asbestos out.
This stuff is expensive but good. Might work.
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Maybe the hinges or door latches bent or binding from lack of lube? Weather stripping swelled or displaced?
Go REAL easy on the triggers in the...
Then, from the seller's point of view, that means it was priced exactly at the right point, or perhaps one dollar too high - for you.
That is actually a metric I use.
When pondering a decision like this one, I try to imagine how I'd feel if I found out someone else bought it...
x2. Usually free at the dump. And mouseproof for things like drop-cloths
Man, things are worse than I thought. There used to be only Four Horsemen.
Looks like a lot of goodness, if you like wagons.
Personally I wouldn't think of even considering it without knowing if it is 4x2 or 4x4. What...
Maybe, but darn good for around our way.
Weren't they actually designed to hold LPs? :D
As Red Green famously said, if you are collecting screws in glass jars, you are entering Old Farthood.
Maybe a deal, if the bed is all good.
But a 327 with the Timken clamshell rear axle???
Wow! Complete and undestroyed, and affordable.
The only question is why would anyone want steps on their jeep, since they will be destroyed.
My '34 Flathead, I found a small cylindrical magnet and attached it to the stock plug. Works great.
Another tweak is to just put a large magnet...
This whole type seems so "last year" to me.
You can pretty much drag anything that "is loose at both ends," if the tires have traction.
May or may not solve your case, but parking and indicator lights often get weird when the bulbs and receptacles need cleaning, and better...
The M38A1 F-head has a fuel pump with a manual priming lever.
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