Marine-Tex is a 2 part epoxy that pretty tough. It can be drilled and tapped if necessary. Don't know about brake fluid but it will hold up to...
I've also had good results with the Blue Point set using it exactly as Oldriginal86 described.
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Good choice. Worked well on my last CJ and is easy to rebuild when that time comes.
Hey Shad, just curious-what carburetor did you use?
Thanks and thanks for straightening up my mess.
Yep, had everything wrapped and taped tight but that was a first and last time.
It's yellow. A little orange peel at the hinges.
Fenders got slick.
It's still yellow.
Still had the 35's on it here....
Well here it is. My 73 CJ that I purchased in December of 2012. It was leaking fluids everywhere possible from front to rear. I've owned 6 Jeeps...
Hey Focker, yes it is. Works pretty good. Just wired it hot always with the key on.
Just finished looking thru your build for the 2nd or 3rd...
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This is the dash I did in the 73 CJ5. If done again, I would raise the gauges up higher.
[ATTACH] I have used UPOL Raptor also on the inside of several Jeeps. Good product. It has a textured finish that is not gritty and that is what...
Yes you are. Hope this helps. Brake pressure on both sides of the stem is what holds it centered. With air in the rear brakes the stem shifted...
That is correct. Just have someone put a little pressure on the brake pedal and crack a bleeder on the front. Then go back to the rear and try it....
May need to reset the proportioning valve. Sometimes bleeding a front wheel will center the valve and return flow to the rear.
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