My welding wasn't the best when I began welding on the jeep in my avatar.
I think I had the attitude that, I need to get this done so I can get...
When I bought my '74 it stopped terribly with the factory drums.
When I put new tires on it I inspected the brakes and found everything was in...
Agrees, that is some real nice work Kyle.
I was just telling my wife, I don't have the patience or attention span for that kind of work.
I know it's not what you said you're looking for but here's a custom tow rig w. a 12V/5Spd.:
1994 Dodge Ram 3500 DIESEL 4x4 Dually Laramie - cars...
Dieselers in Sacramento gets some clean low mileage Cummins Dodge pickups:
At the moment everything...
I'm going on memory here... never mind I think my memory was wrong.
I found this with a google image search, do those marks look familiar?
If I had room to store a third jeep inside I'd be all over this.
Since I don't have the room I thought maybe someone here could use this:
It's a jeep, they have a myriad of ways to ensure that you will continue to spend time and money on them.
Gonna need to change your screen name:
Shades of Granville King :lol:
Don't forget to remove the ring ridge if you're thinking of reusing the rings.
I've used 3M Adhesive Remover on modern base coat/clear coat paints. It may work on your old paint.
When I googled it this is what came up:
Let me know when you've completed a cross country trip with an engine you've rebuilt.
It's a crush sleeve, it goes in the housing between the bearings. Not all axles use them. In my opinion, if you return the pinion and nut to...
It's not as simple as that.
The pinion nut also sets the preload on the pinion bearings.
There are various methods of making sure you have the...
Someone needs to rescue these, I'm swamped with projects and have nowhere to store them otherwise I'd give them a good home.
WWII JEEPS - cars &...
You must sleep on borrowed Holiday Inn bedding at home, that's the smartest thing I've ever read.
A pedestal grinder with a wire wheel installed:
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Use vice grips to hold the hardware, to...
Interesting, thanks Don.
I've never compared them before, I'd have thought there was a bigger difference in power between the two.
Congrats on getting it running, I like to bring long-dormant engines to life.
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