Okay, this is a long shot, but if some SS member is travelling from the Denver area south and could bring a sliding rear window for a Chevy pickup, and possibly also a pair of camper mirrors, that'd be great.
It's for my low budget M1008, and the window may not survive regular shipping - which...
Here's one for you guys with more CUCV experience.
Checked the vitals under the M1031 today in preparation of finally driving it some day, and noticed these brackets.
I don't recall seeing such brackets before, unless my '91 V3500 had them, and I forgot.
Also found ATF in the transfer case, and...
Sing your praise for the Michelin 12.5R20 XL here!
I will not join in on doing that, but will admit that this tire has a nice, rounded crown. Which is a good thing if you must run a radial.
Also, this tire most likely works well in sand. And...no, sorry, I can't think of any other good traits of it.
I'm just curious about this. Has anyone else ever seen a 6.2 painted Cat yellow?
I'm guessing that it could've been rebuilt at some point, and being a diesel the rebuilder used Cat paint. But with only 7,000 miles on it, a rebuild doesn't seem overly likely. If that's indeed the actual mileage.
Had the opportunity to work on the sometimes-working interlock switch on the SHEE, and here's what I've learned.
If pushing the clutch pedal doesn't create the connection, start with unscrewing the connector from the back of the switch. Turn on the master switch and ignition, then bridge the...
Okay, I'm nearing the end of solving this particular problem on my (formerly) parts SEE.
Today it was confirmed that there are no air leaks left after the valve (thanks mostly to new copper washers from Bel-Metric at the banjo fittings) by having created a vacuum in the strainer.
Anybody here have any ideas about what make/model trailer this is? I haven't found any tags or other identification marks on it.
Being a Jeep guy, the 5 on 5-1/5 bolt pattern was all I needed to want it.
Here's the current situation; On the lower pin holding the bucket, everything moves freely except the links going up to the cylinder.
Or more correctly, that's my assessment.
Started with trying to drive the pin out with a sledge in normal fashion after having sprayed things down with JB-80 ...
There's something not-diesel in the fuel tank of the FLU419 I just bought, with a fair amount of corrosion and gunk above the fuel level on the inside of the cap, the strainer, and chain.
It smells like very old gasoline, and made me queasy - which usually takes a lot of toxic stuff.
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