Yeah I could remove the wheel.
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I have one, wheel still attached, dash bracket still attached. Out of a '75.
Got one (couple actually).
I think I have a spare somewhere. I'll look this afternoon.
"the morning sun, when it's in your face,
really shows your age.
but that don't worry me none, in my eyes you're everything!"
This one was done locally many years ago by a good friend of mine. Still one of the coolest custom ones IMO!
Started with a DJ tub, top and...
I have a steering column out of a '72. It has the wheel still attached but the wheel has a crack in each spoke.
I pull the drive shaft out and the bearing turns but has a couple catches to it. Not smooth at all, so not usable. Sorry.
You just need the bearing and shaft, not the bracket right? Would save on shipping cost.
I'll double check it and get a price.
I have a friend who is parting out a '70 jeepster with that front driveshaft setup. It's in nice shape as far as I can see/feel. If you'd be...
Hmmmm.................wonder what the "D" stands for.....owner or jeep
Yeah, I'm sure they have come a long way with headers, gaskets and fastening systems since I last used 'em.
I have a '74 cj5.
It's in the rebuild stage now but it had a mildly built 360 in it, cast iron manifolds, dual exhaust with small turbo style...
Definately go with cast iron manifold if you don't want leaks!
Nearly all headers will leak at the gasket eventually.
In my exprience with a fiberglass tub, you may have to shim/adjust the windsheild to give it the right angle.
Are the springs new? If so run them awhile, see if they settle any.
Then if it doesn't look right and you can't live with it, either add-a-leaf...
If you are talking about a shackle reversal, I have it done on the front of my 74 cj5. It was done to make it ride better on the street. I can't...
Ok, take a deep breath....... exhale.....one more...exhale.
Now, remember why you let(or told) him to take it to school.... to learn.
I also have a '74. The only thing I didn't really care for was the drum brakes, but if you do good upkeep they're fine. Also they're not hard to...
Well , I really don't want to mess with stretching the frame, or cutting the body, 'cause they're both in pretty nice shape. Although if I did cut...
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