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I have a kit with c-clips and shaft if the other kit doesn't work out and you're still looking.
That was my family dealership. 1961-1980 FYI.
Seal number would be irrelevant here. This is a custom application. Could give wrong information.
Just pointing out that thinking outside the box...
O & R 4WD
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The one shown below is one I sold last year that came off of Dana 300 in Jeep CJ models.
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Another shot of the '63 showing drivers visor. No holes in frame for passenger visor.
We were the second owner of this Scout before passing it...
The 4 hole visor on the "63 we had.
I'll add some info from the parts book. If this is posted elsewhere here than please delete.
This shows that for the drivers side, the...
Locally, I was able to source from a Jeep a Dana 44 flanged off set rear axle.
These were only used in Jeeps a couple of years, and should make a...
Just an update.
We were able to start the engine and it sounds very good.
No strange noises heard. The exhaust was removed at some point so it's...
To reference what has been already discussed above, our 61 80 pickup is FC 10495. Line set ticket shows Warn hubs (manual)which it has. It also...
Dana 20 ?
sorry the pics are large and out of order.
It also has dual fuel tanks, which we have pulled and cleaned with no apparent leaks.
No change over valve, so this is one of those if your low on...
It also has Warn locking hubs, fold down windshield, and the left mirror mounts on the door hinge pin.
My dad purchased this 1961 Scout around 1994. It's been sitting ever since, although moved around from different storage locations.
The body is...
Does anyone have a close up shot of the arm attached to the hinge bracket?
My Scout has the hinge pin bracket. I have the original mirror arm.
My question is are there spacers/washers on either side of the arm for the...
Here's a quick picture.
Here is what's left of the line set ticket for 1961 80 FC10495.
Also, you can see that at one time, it was securely glued to the rear of the glove...