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    1. chris423
      chris423
      Hey did you get my conversation about a spin on oil filter ?
    2. luckde
      luckde
      Tim,

      Forgive me if im being thick here, but when we drop a transfer case to ease drive shaft angles do we create other issues? Wont that put stress on all the drivetrain components, ie tranny, and motor mounts?


      Thanks!

      Dennis
    3. 65chevy
      65chevy
      About injesting radium not girls dying
    4. 65chevy
      65chevy
      Thank you for all your info ....I liked the radium girls thing it was funny
    5. CJ5aTim
      CJ5aTim
      Have a very Happy Birthday!
    6. Ken Miracle
      Ken Miracle
      Tim, I have a small problem I'm trying to figure out. It is regarding a later model steering column in a CJ6. If you could give me a number to reach you and a good time to call. I would appreciate it. I have have several question to ask so I thought it would be better to talk to you in person. You seem to be very knowledgeable on the subject.

      Thanks in advance,
      Ken Miracle
      MiracleAvn@aol.com or cell # 931-801-8430
    7. waynaferd
      waynaferd
      1 more try here if you don't mind, LOL....If I can get a 2.2 4 cyl and the 5 speed bellhousing w/ it, that should have the rectangular 4 hole pattern on the back, so I could use my BOP adapter? I really want a modern 4 popper in my CJ....Thank you!!
    8. chsullivan
      chsullivan
      I noticed you seem to have alot of intelligent input on this forum and would like to have some advice on putting LED replacement bulbs in for dash lights i posted a thread but only got one responce
    9. SAMracing7
      SAMracing7
      In this thread, http://www.earlycj5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=77608, you recomended NOT putting a lot of money into a 232 L6. I was wondering why you where thinking that? I have a 232 in my 75 and was looking at building it up some. You seam to be the "Go to guy". Just trying to find a direction on what i want to do with my Jeep.

      Thanks
      Rob
    10. SHANK
      SHANK
      Tim, Do you have a source for pics of a correct '72 CJ5? Engine compartment, cab, body?

      Thanks in advance, Bob
    11. bkap
      bkap
      Actually, that was supposed to read "double R", not R) ...
    12. bkap
      bkap
      Hi,

      Someone (double R) mentioned you might be parting out a Meyers hardtop. I'm looking for door hinges, upper and lowers for both sides. Any of those in your piles? :)

      Sorry if I've already asked. I seem to be running in circles on a few projects. :)
    13. luckde
      luckde
      Re: New cj5 gas tank issue

      --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

      I have a 73 with a fuel cell in the back seat from the previous owner. I want to move it back to the stock location, I do not have any of the original fuel storage system. My question is if I'm willing to relocate the filler to the passenger side can I use al the components from the 76 model year to include tank, straps, skid plate, filler hose, and filler neck? I need all of it, but as mentioned the 72-75 mdl year oems pieces are hard to come by?

      Thanks for you help!

      Dennis
    14. rixcj
      rixcj
    15. jragain
      jragain
      Tim, the wheels and tires on your '75 are what I am looking for. Could I bother you for the size of the wheels and tires? (I'm assuming that my wheel source is Stockton or similar custom maker). Thanks.
    16. timgr
      timgr
      Colin, I expect they are different, but I don't know for sure. Seems very unlikely that the CJ-6 is any different from the CJ-5 radiator. I recall a post or two about the difference between the '70 and '71 radiator, or '69 and '71, or something. If you can't find any info by search, post up in the forums.

      regards Tim
    17. spud
      spud
      Tim, are the radiators the same in the 70 and 71 v6 CJ's????

      Colin
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    Birthday:
    Aug 18, 1953 (Age: 64)
    Home Page:
    http://www.nmr.mgh.harvard.edu/~reese
    Location:
    Medford Mass USA
    Occupation:
    Engineer by training, Physicist by job description
    Year/Model:
    1975 CJ-6
    Drivetrain:
    304, T-15, D-20
    Axles:
    D30, D44
    Wheels/Tires:
    7" Soft 8s, 33x10.5 KM2s
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    Copper Polly

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    Tim Reese
    '75 :AMC: CJ-6, Copper Polly 304/T15
    '77 :AMC: J10 type 45 (131" WB) 258/T15/3.54
    '82 :AMC: J20 type 27 360/T18/NP208/3.73 7600 GVWR
    '95 VW Golf Sport 2D 2L
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