The m38 didnt pressurize the axles. Only the transmission and transfer cas . The axles had a one way vent on them
Cant wait to see it finished
Great idea Nate. Cant wait to see it in person
The ramsey 105a is easily worth $1000 not rebuilt. The last one i sold years ago i got $1000 for it.
Nice job, I love the mini m1 carbine
The 105a has duel output, but it was part of the ramsey 50 winch package for the m38/m38a1. The ramsey 50 winch is the rarest part for the rarest...
Also the single stick military ones are worth a lot of money. Model number 105a.
Just to correct one thing M38 and m38a1 used 16x4.5 the turcks used 16x5. I am going to be running 215 85 r16 cooper st's on my jeep this year.
That is one nice looking jeep
I work in Concord and wont be home until later tonight. My jeep right now is in New London for winter storage. If you ever saw a blue flatfender...
Glad you still have the jeep. If you ever need any help with it just let me know. I am right up the road from you in Hillsboro.
Another good use for the battery box is to put insulation on the sides, it makes a good cooler for your water while off road.
Go to www.willysmjeeps.com to cell the seats. If you do end up pulling the toolbox let me know.
Very cool That you got it back.
It looks like I have everything fixed. From the looks of things it was many problems that all hit me at once
1) it was overcharging, cooked a...
Carb was part of the issue. i took it apart and cleaned it. the idle is nice now. It looks like I need a fuel pump as well. I put on a clear...
Posted: Mon Jul 02, 2012 9:01 pm Post subject: Still having Problems with My m38
Ok I thought I had my jeep fixed. Seems my ignition switch...
Please dont mod the m170. It deserves to be restored. for more stuff of the m series jeeps go to www.willysmjeeps.com
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