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Hah, for some reason I thought I was in the introductions thread when I read this post. You've posted your question in the right place, but...
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They don't look like pipe threads. I'm guessing the sealing surface is at the step and the extended section is to help center the sealing surface.
Looks great! Looks like it could be factory.
After dinner, I had some time to work on the '71. It's got the original cable clutch but the pedal return spring, the clutch fork return spring,...
Nothing wrong with a Jeep that's lived a long life doing Jeep things.
You'd have to check the depth, but it looks like it would work if you pull the conical clip/washer/snapring off the pushrod and used it without them.
Took the '68 our for a drive since things seem to go bad faster just sitting than getting used:
This is one of the greatest pictures ever.
That thing is so clean already, it looks like it's been restored before.
A Jeep, a barn, and a little sliver of the moon:
Finally had a chance to take the '71 out for a drive after all the carb/ignition work. Drove it about 15 miles on the highway and the gravel...
That was fun. Even though I've been through the whole thread it's really something to see the Varg in person. The workmanship and cleverness of...
Yep, it bolts right in using the same motor mounts and bellhousing. Here's a '77 231 odd-fire in my '68 Jeep:
There are other small...
Congrats! It looks like a solid purchase.
Hah, I was going to say you need to talk to Rubicloak. He probably knows more than any other living person about Ren 1s.
...and he chimed in.
That's what I've done.
You might be able to flip the cam and weights over. Of course, the vacuum advance will be pulling the wrong way too. Might need to weld the...
Or a small 2100 with a different adapter.
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