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    Re: Amc 20 rear axle tube rusting

    Check your local craigslist, you should be able to get a model 20 anywhere from 150.00 to 300.00. Most keepers upgrade from the 20 so finding one shouldn't be too hard. Standard gear ratio for 79 is...
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    Re: Eaton Trutrac on CJ5

    I have no personal experience with eaton, but I had a locker (lock rite) in the rear of a cj7. It did take some getting used to on the street. The way the auto lockers work is when you have your foot...
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    Re: Retired cripple builds a '79 CJ5

    well, you probably already know this. but.. a cj7 will give you more room, and the wheel base will allow for a better ride given the same upgrades between a "5" and "7". That being said, you cant do...
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    Re: Eaton Trutrac on CJ5

    The trutrac is a limited slip. If you are going to spend the money, get a locker! Many cj,s came factory with limited slips, the advertiseing is miss leading as it sends power to the wheel that is...
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    Re: Rear wheel bearing exploded!

    havent really run into this problem before, but I would think as long as the bearing don't spin inside the housing it would be ok. hard to tell the extent of damage by the pictures though..
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    Re: jeep yj 1994 engine replament adapter

    search your craigslist, I wouldn't think it would be too tough finding one.
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    Re: jeep yj 1994 engine replament adapter

    it is for a small block ford to a t90 three speed transmission.. the t90 was used from 45-71 in willys and cjs. I think early international scouts used it as well. not the strongest trans but did...
  8. Thread: Toe seems off

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    Re: Toe seems off

    Glad someone with more knowledge on this than I is helping you. JNinPA, I have a question for you: On cjs the pitman arm faces to the rear of the jeep, in his photos it appears his is facing to the...
  9. Thread: Toe seems off

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    Re: Toe seems off

    The tie rod going from tire to tire set that setting. I had that issue with mine,,, what "I" did was: get the tires straight, then disconnect the tie rod at the tire that was off center and screw...
  10. Re: 1970 CJ5 Dauntless V6 Starter Motor Upgrade??

    I don't see why they told you that, the teeth on the chevy 153 or 168 starter wouldn't engage correct to the 160 flywheel teeth. trying to make money I assume. You could use the chevy starter but...
  11. Thread: Pitman arm

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    Re: Pitman arm

    I don't know how else to explain how to do it, and of course im not standing in front of the jeep to see it. it can be confusing. I wish I could help you more, I just don't know what else I could...
  12. Re: 1970 CJ5 Dauntless V6 Starter Motor Upgrade??

    No you can not use a chevy starter on a 160 tooth buick flywheel. The 225 and 231 odd and even fire engines use the same 160 tooth flywheel. summit racing lists a powermaster xs torque starter for a...
  13. Thread: Pitman arm

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    Re: Pitman arm

    not sure I understand what you are saying about the cockeyed wheel.. are you saying if one wheel it pointing straight the other is cocked in or out rather than straight also? if so, that sounds like...
  14. Thread: Pitman arm

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    Re: Pitman arm

    yes, pitman arm facing straight back towards rear of jeep, with wheels straight before installing the arm.
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    Re: Pitman arm

    what year? I don't know about the newer jeeps (97 and up). on earlier models yes it is. If you look at the splined portion of the arm you should see a couple of flat sections that have no spline,...
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    Re: Motor timing 180* out?

    yep I have a couple big boxes full of old issues of JP. love it
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    Re: steering wheel 90 degrees off.

    do not hammer or bang on the arm or box to remove the pitman arm. you will damage the seal in there and it will start to leak, trust me on that.. use a puller, maybe very light taps. I ruined two...
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    Re: steering wheel 90 degrees off.

    did they take off your pitman arm when they did the high steer? If so, it sounds like they didn't center the wheel before reinstalling it. do you have same amount of turns of the steering wheel from...
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    Re: Motor timing 180* out?

    I love Randy..
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    Re: The Oldest Jeep You have ever owned

    69 cj5. all my other cj's were from the late 70's except one 82.
  21. Re: LOOKING FOR A NARROW DANA 30 TIE ROD ITS FOR A 1979 CJ7 Quadratrac

    I bought the tie rod sleeve and the tie rod ends separately years ago, I cant remember what company I got them from but it seem it was quadra-tek or omix. the sleeve was $110.00 google both and see...
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    Re: Only in a Jeep

    I think it hit 78* in Cincinnati Fri, sat it was 35* with flurries,, crazy weather!
  23. Thread: Crackin me up

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    Re: Crackin me up

    The engine block shouldn't ever crack from old age. antifreeze freezing in the block would do it, internal engine failure would do it, but I have never heard of it because of old age or high...
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    Re: Jeep TJ engine 2.5 questions

    ^^^ what bountyhunter said in post #4, simplest and cheapest
  25. Thread: Axle Help

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    Re: Axle Help

    Really? that flat piece with the yellow, rust looking line across it is part of the seal? Looked like the pressed on bearing race for axle bearing... OOOps never would have thought that was part...
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