Also available a liquid in a brush-pot. Good stuff. In my experience the #2 is heavier/thicker, useful at times.
I just made up an s-tube for my '56, but it is not easy, being so tightly dimensioned.
Some variant of the Dodge "staff car."
Permatex #2 is my go-to.
Also be aware that the bolts which hold the axle spindle tube and brake backing plate to the knuckle may leak into the...
When I got my one-owner '56, it was durn near perfect, except the bottom of the oil bath was missing.
I went to a local scrap yard, and at the...
If it worked as well as the vacuum front axle on my YJ, I'd steer way clear.
I admire your ambition. Not sure it will save any cash.
I'm unclear if by "early" seat frames you mean the original 1950's type one piece...
I second both of the above.
All I can guess is maybe because the vehicles were used seasonally, and sat idle for long periods?
yup - welded some water pipe bent to look like the original style. Posted pics here several times before. This is the drivers side, made the...
Just a thought - Smitty LowBacks are not a lot of money, and look close to OEM. Work great for me, on custom sub frames to lower them as much as...
A commercial spring shop can re-arch leaves. Possibly heat treat them too.
I'd wait for the TSM. There is a very specific process to adjust the shims.
Check your Technical Service Manual.
Fire Department Red.
I took my CDL test on one of these, that my FD had converted to a water tanker. Slow as heck, but you could hear it coming!
I would. The Willys engineers were no fools.
I have almost always found broken rings in my f-heads. Always wondered why.
That will be mighty slippery when it rains!
Caution is good. But IMHO older tires were/are far more durable than recent ones.
New tires seem to "sun crack" is no time at all. (However...
Nice top , good price.
Does "hi-lo" mean overdrive? May mean it has highway miles on it.
But "four speed transmission" ????
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