"Missing the big gear"
The bowl gear?
I don't like the red either, and honestly the silver isn't my favorite. But if it's as nice as it looks it's a good deal at that price.
1949 Jeep Willys Pickup
Sorry for your loss...and it really stinks that it interrupted your trip, but the mountains will always be there.
The scenario you describe is...
The V6 Jeeps have all the holes other than the speedo in different locations.
Don't laugh too much....it's got a 345, a T19 & a pair of D44 axles, plus the unobtainium Scout PS steering box. Not bad for $500. Does 79 have...
It's all worth whatever someone is willing to pay for it....
Awesome we need more young guys in Jeeps!
They're F150 rotors. The caliper brackets are stock Wagoneer. They'd have to be a really short rotor, I'm about 1 1/4" too deep.
Duuuuude, that is an AWESOME Jeep!
Tried to convert the Waggy D44 to 5 lug...I have hubs and spindles to make it work but I need different caliper brackets :rolleyes:
Thanks for the tip!
Looking for a column for a 72-75 CJ. No steering wheel needed.
Has an overdrive (y)
I like that one....lots of potential
I wouldn't pay that much unless I can hear it run
I paid $75 for the set I've got, in better condition. And no ridiculous shipping!
That's a steal for an FC.
I'm using a narrow track Wagoneer D44 in the front of my son's Willys pickup, with 350 gears. It's almost the same dimension as the stock axle....
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