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bbar, Are your rear brakes up to snuff ?? If the fronts are doing all the work it could lead to overheating and excessive premature wear
This gizmo , ( I believe) functions the same as your designhttps://www.zoro.com/buyers-products-tail-light-converter-hd-6-amp-5423203/i/G9111459/
As you tighten the pressure plate bolts evenly the blocks will fall out/become loose , and at the same time make sure your pilot shaft remains...
Dana suggested using a puller a few posts back , I would do as he suggested in reference to turning the nut in hopes of preserving any "good"...
Yes just a long pan headed sheet metal screw
I am not knocking them ,,, great transmission ! But they are notorious for "hunting" between lockup/unlocked, pretty sure they have found ways...
Time to drop hints to the light line boys and make them available ,,, Very neat design
I would start by draining oil and antifreeze,flush cooling system , replace oil filter, take off distributor cap and inspect and clean /renew...
The brake light circuit is wired through the turn signal switch, a wiring diagram will really help sort things out
This may help...
Do you have links or more info ?
I believe the advertising is truthful , without the preventative measures against corrosion most of our trucks and Scouts
would be nothing but...
I would recommend the link I posted earlier , In my opinion their pricing is very fair on rebuilt shafts and rockers ,
I hope your kidding , :1eye: Jumper wire from battery to coil and Vrooom ..... In all reality if a thief ( a somewhat clever thief) wants it...
Try calling these folks ,they did an excellent job rebuilding my rocker shafts , they may ship you some
Just a question spawned by Greg's reply , Is the shift motor 6v or 12v ? Wondering if someone replaced with the wrong voltage motor
Looks like "Turquoise Metallic "
Here is a pic of original paint
and a pic of modern base/clear Napa crossfire
It doesn't have a hydraulic cylinder and pump ?
Even the cardboard g/boxes need the heater out of the way to install ,,,, metal glovebox me like :1eye:
May I suggest putting a quality brass petcock in the block , It will be handy to have a block drain for maintenance and repairs