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Old 02-15-2019, 09:45 AM   #196
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Default Re: 1965 D1100 4x4 driver/project

Roger. Well, I have the tool at any rate lol thanks. I'll be using it whenever I crack open that 266 in my other truck.
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Old 02-18-2019, 06:31 PM   #197
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Throwing some pics up just because. I'm trying to learn the basics of u-joints and yokes; figured I'd bring this thread along for the ride. Ive found so far aparently the 429 U-joint is fairly common, fortunately for me, since the needle bearings in mine are flat sided in there. To give y'all a perspective to how bad these are, the cups themselves take a good forcefull twist to move, the ones that do come off wobble, and the joints all seem relatively glued in a fixed position on the drive lines.


In regards to yokes, my rear output yoke on the t-case was broken, so I sourced a replacement. It has the same casting #, but apears to not quite fit right.


Old vs new. Funny thing is, all the old ones are the same, theres a small # inside of each yoke cast in thats different on each one. 1, 5, and 7 are the originals, and the nos yoke is a 3. Shouldnt make any difference. The nos yoke does have the old finish on it, that might make a difference idk.
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Old 02-20-2019, 11:53 AM   #198
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ALL HAIL THE GLORIOUS IH PICK-ALL MASTER-KEY!!!
Seriously though, I spent way too much time doing this. Theres only one problem: I couldn't find a binder big enough to stuff the parts manual in there too.
For any neat freaks like me out there wondering I broke it down with two sets of tabs, large and small. The large mark Vol 1 and 2, and also things in the back for reciepts, parts literature, LSTs and such. The smaller tabs mark parts of the manual by catagory:
-Axles/Hubs
-Cab/Body/Dash/Doors/Glass/Regulators
-Hydraulics: Brakes/Clutch/Master Unit
-Wiring/Alternator/Ignition/Starter
-Engine/Frame
-Intake/Fuel Delivery
-Suspension/Power Steering
-Trans/T-case
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Old 10-06-2019, 04:53 PM   #199
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I'VE COME BACK TO LI.. Eerrr, I've gone back to work. Meanwhile my tires died. RIP surplus HMMWV tires, you served your country, and my truck well.... Atleast probably.... At some point...

Lucky my new tires back ordered from Christmas 2018 showed up last mont


The bumper is now sitting about 1.5" higher than it did previously, and new 16" rims look great. Havent decided if I like the idea of the early 70s hubcaps with cutouts or not. Currently I'm formulating my plan for this winter, wich may or may not involve a large tent, sound deadening insulation, and rust repair; meanwhile in a garage not so far away, this happened:



Brace for an update to the NP202 thread. The only things remaining are the two original and one nos yolks, they degunked almost effortlessly in acetone (WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN ALL MY LIFE???) leaving a crusty cast part thats grease and paint free. Only issue is the acetone doesnt dissolve the residual dirt, leaving it stuck like a film in every hard to brush corner. Apart from that, hardware. I cant stand painted threads/bolts, the minute I put a wrench on it: gone. So I open the question; readers? Any hardware coatings that look good and dont deteriorate? (One that doesnt involve replacing every nut and bolt with zinc coated)
In other news, many new and crusty parts were aquired including a scout 800a ragjoint column, used tank selector switch assembly, crack/jb-plauge free 2300 carb, and a very expensive giant box of rubber molding. Alot of possibility of what I can get done this winter depending on how much time I have, so stay tuned for continued mayhem, rust, roadgrime, and damaged sanity
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1946 Dodge Job Rated half ton "Rusty"
1973 Fiat 850 Spider "il Cannoli"
1958 Apache "Mad D-Max(to be)" now on a rolling chassis!

Politicians telling you that you dont need an ar 15 is like the USSR telling Regan he doesnt need nukes.

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