I think the eeprom went away when OBII came out.
I know you don’t want to hear it, but at this time it looks like dropping the pan is the only option. This will tell the tale and eliminate all...
Looks like a drop box. Used to correct angles in a PTO shaft that doesn’t have a direct route to whatever it’s turning. 1 to 1 ratio and no in and...
I’d be interested in the transfer case if willing to split up the lot.
If camber is only a few degrees off the spindle can be shimmed.
IMHO it ended with the rounded door opening.
Price has been reduced! On eWillys for $16.500
And maybe the tow bar?
Your building a second jeep, fab skills are there just not realized.
Just extend the linkage to put the shifter in the stock location. Mine still comes up through the original hole.
With the 700r4 adapter the package winds up being longer then a 400. As Donny stated, it’s for clearance for the u-joint. The upside of this is...
Well I guess I can say my Jeep has a corvette engine too...............................But I won’t.
I’m happy to report mine came out of my brothers ‘72 Chevy K10 pickup.
Looks more like a power steering pump bracket to me.
I bought one from my local jeep dealer in 1978, shiny black paint.
In the US it’s made by Mico. I did a search and a bunch of companies sell their products.
Pics won’t load for me
Good guess, July of 1962
Most truck dealers would know what a matched set of belts are.
Grade 8 bolts are usually black oxide coated and rusted pretty fast.
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