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bob staehle

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  1. BearsFan, I bought plain cork, no blend. I used it for pan gasket & gas glass bowl, no problems 3yrs. Sorry for late response, good luck Bob
  2. BearsFan I had the same problem with rubberized cork from the local parts store. Bought natural cork from McMaster Carr, no more problems. Good luck Bob
  3. Might be a good project to try a square hole bushing
  4. Our local wallmart has plenty of latex gloves you just have to pick them up in the parking lot
  5. I have to ask what the red wire, stuck into the wiper fuse, is for
  6. Jeff try installing a grease fitting in the side that goes to the center of the filter and very slowly pump grease in it with a hand grease gun. I have used grease to remove the bowl, plug the fitting that goes to the center of the filter and pump into the other side. Good luck Bob
  7. Ed just goes to show no matter how many miles a car has on it, a lack of lube and a little moisture can cost big $$$$
  8. Harvest, Can,t help with the top, but would like to see some pics. of the crawler in the back ground. thanks Bob
  9. Steering wheel spider for 1920 willys overland model 4
  10. Michael, If it was mine I would heat the ears & pin up cherry red then drop it into a bucket of water, at this point you have nothing to lose. good luck Bob
  11. the Overland model 92 came out in 1925 and had tri-plex springs
  12. WPVT As you found out those cables are twisted together. make sure you put the twist in the right direction so it does't unravel from the rotation. I would look around for a 2nd or 3rd generation repair shop, see if they still have the ends and tools to crimp and swage the cable. good luck Bob
  13. Got a love the tail gate and seat mounts lol
  14. back in the early 80's I was working in Houston tx. my wife flew out from Clev. Oh. to spend a long holiday weekend with me. the day of the holiday we drove down to Galveston Bay, after spending the day there it was time to head back, that was when the fun started, traffic on 45 was at a dead stop, down came the tail gates and out came the coolers. back then it was legal to drink in your vehicle as long as you did't exceed the legal limit. biggest block, tail gate, party I have ever been to
  15. when ever I put a shift tower/cover back on a trans I always jack up one wheel off the ground [engine not running] with trans in n the wheel should turn freely in 1st. gear wheel should not turn, back to n wheel should turn I do that in every gear and back to n. This will let you know that the forks are where they are supposed to be. good luck.Bob
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