Not exactly road friendly? I don't even notice mine.
My brake pedal is on the left side of the column. This gave me more room for the gas pedal.
$20 with key.
I heated and bent my SM465 shifter over to the right to get more leg clearance.
This isn't the best picture, but it does have the same bends as...
Its just a pully bolted to the floor. I would of liked to of had the cable mounted more forward to get leverage. I couldn't figure out how to do...
I use a military handle as well.
My 1980 CJ5 Hydraulic Master and Slave cylinder has been working good for me.
Do you mean, pops out of direct drive. If the Overdrive is engaged. It's in direct drive. I had the same issue. I tried two different Overdrive...
I used the original spring perches from my '73 D30 axle. I just tightened the u bolts evenly. Just bolt and go. I did have an alignment. All they...
I have 2" wide springs. I think pictures of what you are taking about would help.
If you have bump stops in the rear you should rotate those toward the back to clear them.
I wired the trailer wiring into the rear light harness. I then unplug the rear light harness from under my dash. Just a matter of unplugging one...
Springs will settle a little over time. Over all. I'm still happy I did the conversion.
Vented caps only let air in. What you really need is a Carbon Canister. I mounted mine in the rear wheel well.
Is this where the vacuum hose for the brakes attach to the intake?
My S-10 didn't either, but being my Jeep has the exhaust running down that side. I had to add them. I could hear the fuel bubbling in the tank...
I bought a factory service manual for the S-10. This had all the wiring diagrams I needed to eliminate wires. So being I already had a GM wiring...
I agree. The SM465 doesn't make noise.
This is transfer case noise up close.
I had my M38a1 tank fixed, cleaned and lined both inside and out by a radiator shop.
The problem with M38a1 is dirt gets down into the floor well...
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