Can you measure the dimensions? Should be easy to fab a replacement out of suitable material, UMHW is tough & machinable.
Check ebay, reproductions avaiable , also 60's era Mopar are the same item.
There's also a mounting bracket you'll have to obtain or fab.
Any way you look at it they're coming out. :rolleyes:
IMHO that's a bit on the high side, 1/2" - 3/4" would be a bit more like it.
Is it a boy?
Is it a girl?
No Mrs. Txtoller, it's a jeep brake handle assembly.
I guess jeeping really does run in your family:shock:
Could be caster, could be toe-in, check the front end alignment.
Yup, but I suspect the raw materials are getting scarce. :rolleyes:
I thought it did :rolleyes:
I vote no extra lube. The WD40 thing stuns me- Not a good idea :(
Is that when the controls moved to the left of the column? They might have meant till '68, Walcks seems a little hazy on 5 stuff :confused:
Verify exactly how much slop there is, if it's anywhere under , oh say 16 thou, I'd leave it alone. you can get yourself into all sorts of trouble...
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There's a bit more to it than a flat sheet of meal- there's also re-inforcements required to keep the...
I got it to 5 thou. A shim kit contains multiple thicknesses.
I'm a little conerned that , assuming the clearance was correct to begin with, that it's now noticible. IIRC book value is .004" to .008"....
That'll learn yah. :p
You can probably do it with a hand drill & a tap but a drill press makes it easier. Placement isn't that critical, some sort of spacer will be...
Yes it does. How much end play are we talking about? Have you measured with a dial indicator?
You can mount a switch without the boss, there's enough meat there to tap a hole.
Requires a facebook loign , no thanks.
Have you pulled the bearing shells out to make sure no dirt snuck in between them & the cap/journal?
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