Yeah, my ‘66 had the round mount too. It’s an original V6 Jeep and had the T86 originally. I never have seen the 4-cylinder engine mount style one.
Those look sharp.
That’s a really cool find. Vintage plates on an older vehicle are one of those small touches that really add to the cool factor.
Looks great! Love the older Warn hubs!
Yeah, I was surprised. This particular lady was asking all sorts of questions and details and then denied me.
Anyone use Grundy for their Jeep? I just tried Hagerty and they turned me down because the Jeep might be used on “two-tracks” and hillclimbs. The...
Nice read. Interesting.
I recently changed my trans and t-case oil with the Sta-Lube GL-4. Got it off Amazon.
Not trying to hijack the thread, but your ‘67 looks great. What kind of springs are you running on it?
Looks great. Is that with the stock steering box?
Trailer load of goodies!
Sounds like a fun project! I bet someone on the forum has info on the Chuchua Tornado. I remember seeing that picture of it in the past.
If you have a spring shop around, they can put a new rivet in it or you could do it yourself too. To install a new rivet, you’ll have to...
Yep, a good shroud makes a noticeable difference. I’m running a shroud, 6-blade fan and a “hi-flow” 180° thermostat. Haven’t had any overheating...
This is what I used, but I got a used one from the junkyard.
Same with my '66. PCV valve is toward the rear of the passenger side cover.
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