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I made the frame lines meeself since they’re pretty straight. TNJ MURRAY has all the axle lines with steel braided coil armor. Except for the front axle, which I also bent myself and reused the coil wrap off old lines. Looks factory! The hardest part is the myriad of line clamps.Where did you find the steel brake line kit? Or did you bend them all?
Congratulations! I just got the hankering to buy a deuce but I think I'll watch how you do for a while and see if I'm up to it.Thank you to Will Wagner and Craig at the American Military Museum in South ark Monte Ca for selling this to me.
It’s a 65 non winch, runs and drives but needs some typical maintenance. I just brought her home today from LA to Yuma. Shout out to FASTNOVA for transporting promptly and reliably.
Truck has civilian hitch welded And bolted on as well as a civi trailer plug spliced in. Kinda ugly, will be cutting this all off. 54000 miles which is likely very accurate. This truck was driven!
Converted to SPIN ON oil filters and did its first oil change, got 7.5 gallons of very fuel diluted oil out of it. It stumbles a bit on start up and when returning to idle so I’m betting the FDC is kaput.
I bought 25 feet of DOT line in both sizes to bypass the FDC and begin replacing all fuel and eventually air lines.
Overall I’ve got my work cut out for me but I bought it as a running project. Brakes come first.
Will Wagner was kind enough to throw in a lot of spare stuff including a nice refurbed radiator and extra spare tire.
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