1965 D1100 4X4 Pickup "Fixer Upper"

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  1. kevingweq

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    This is how I keep mine clean,:1eye:
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    Can you clean in that far front corner well? I would think that would spray out with a hose well enough. That seems like a great idea, how are those mounted with that central screw? Also what is your liner of choice?

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    Spray and shop vac , I used "window weld" urethane to replace the oem body putty around the vent tubes ,used
    Eastwoods internal frame coating for entire cowl box ,door pillars etc. 2 full cans, 2 applications of a can each,
    I made a "bridge washer " with a nut tacked in center to secure the clean out cover (see pic)

    I consider myself very fortunate on the good condition my cowl area was in , T-all came from a big Montana ranch
    where it never left until journeying to Massachusetts ( I bought from pics on c-list )

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    Yea that one looks nice even with rust lol. Cleaver idea for the access. In other news, heres what the full NP202 kit looks like. Reason for why it took so long to get here was that the only available low gear needle bearings were NOS and gone rusty so with my permission he cleaned/polished/measured and came up with enough to fill the order. They're in the bag in the white paper, looks like he put them in trans oil to preserve them untill they go in. The pto gasket was in this kit even though it says its not included.[​IMG]

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    Interesting story— thanks for sharing. G-Wagens of that steering wheel’s vintage had bucket front seats (big center console with shift levers & diff locks precluded a bench) and an elaborate folding rear bench. This for the two-doors, which is what I had. Those seats pictured don’t look anything like what I’d expect from a G-Wagen, though.
     
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    Unimog??? Meh i dunno...

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    Could be.
     

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