Tore down the rear axle getting ready for an OX locker install and a full float conversion from Herm.
stripped and primed
I like them! Nice color and well made.
Are you going to use the same orange as on your Mustang? Oh and when are you going to put your jeep on your website?
Thanks for posting this. Also thanks for pointing out the importance of using cheap, worn out tools, I thought it was only me!
Go get it Mark, you're browsing Craigslist because your subconscious wants another Jeep! Your teardrop trailer would look great behind it.
I'm thinking he doesn't have a title. He wants to part it out.
Looks like it has been taken care of.
They are all probably made by MD Juan.
Whenever I see your avatar I want to ask "have you busted out of da joint yet?"
not exactly the "ad of the year" candidate, but yes that looks like a good project.
I don't have my original seats anymore, but you can find any spacer under the sun at McMaster Carr if you know the size.
Early CJ5s (through 71) get squirrelly just because of the Ross steering, but you have an intermediate (72-75) that has factory Saginaw steering....
Wow, it had so much rare stuff it should be in a museum! :rolleyes:
That is quite the slogan roxor has on their spare tire cover. "Don't do anything stupid"
Saginaw conversion is very common. Here is the main thread for it, some of the pictures are missing because it is an old thread.
The root of the problem may be a worn out bushing at the pivot point of the pedal, the earl frame mounted pedals are notorious for this.
Is there enough meat in the caliper to tap a new inlet on the top surface?
Wow new tires and a ramsey winch. What are you waiting for?
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