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 FS: Miscellaneous Jeep parts, shipping from 83709
Doug
Posted: Mar 31 2012, 01:03 PM


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Nothing spectacular in here, just a bunch of little stuff I have laying around that I'd like someone who really needs them to have. Buyer to pay all shipping costs. If it fits in a USPS flat rate box, I will ship it that way.

Early speedo $20 OBO. Yes the needle is broken off, but by spinning the whole thing, I can see the remainder of the needle assembly easily move and bounce back to 0. Unsure if the odometer works or not. SALE PENDING

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Here we have spring clips and spring clip plates. There is a complete set of spring clips there, including the wider one for the front. I had the set on a rolling chassis I had here for awhile - they never saw the road. Some light rust due to being outside, but still very good shape. The clip plates are used. The piece where you mount the shock is bent on several. How about $5 a piece for the plates and clips OBO?

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Next up:
Used choke and throttle controls: $5/each SOLD
Used headlight switch (no knob): $10 SOLD
Used clutch control lever: $5
Clutch release cable with yoke clevis: $10
Bow bracket: $10
Later model clutch pedal: $5
Used S Brake lines: $5 for both SOLD
Used hood catch set (surface rust, both are still pretty strong): $5 for the set SOLD
Used instrument panel light cover: $5 SOLD

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1963 CJ3B - F134 Hurricane, T-90C, D-18, 5.38s, Overdrive, 938YF, 12V alternator
1969 Bronco - 302, 3sp, D-20
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oldtime
Posted: Apr 3 2012, 06:43 PM


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Doug, That's a nice little pile of stuff !


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1953 TRANS-VINTAGE CJ-3B / AC 4693 fuel pump / YF 938 SD / Hurricane / 9-1/4" Auburn clutch / T90-C / 2.46 ratio D-18 / Warn O.D. / 5.375 final drive / Powr Lok Front + Rear / Dualmatic drive flanges / deluxe Koenig half cab / 12 volt generator
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Bob
Posted: Apr 4 2012, 08:49 AM


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I'd be interested in the choke and throttle cable if they slide in and out nice.


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Bob
1953 CJ3B
1965(?) CJ5
2004 Kubota l3400
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Doug
Posted: Apr 4 2012, 09:19 PM


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Bob,

Sorry for the late reply. I just went out and made sure they both slide well - they do. I would probably put a bit of your favorite lube in them after 50+ years, but they slide every bit as good as the new-ish ones I have in the jeep now.

there is one problem with the Choke cable. Please refer to the pic below - I don't know the proper names for the parts, so I labeled them. Part "A" is normally crimped into part "B." On this one, part "A" broke free from part "B." Not sure if that can be easily fixed or if it matters since part "A" is clamped at the carb anyway.

Let me know what you think.

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1963 CJ3B - F134 Hurricane, T-90C, D-18, 5.38s, Overdrive, 938YF, 12V alternator
1969 Bronco - 302, 3sp, D-20
My YouTube Channel Photobucket
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Bob
Posted: Apr 5 2012, 08:41 PM


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Wonder if it could be brazed? What do the knobs look like? Are the T and C clear?


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Bob
1953 CJ3B
1965(?) CJ5
2004 Kubota l3400
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Doug
Posted: Apr 6 2012, 08:58 AM


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Bob,

I'll post up some better pictures of the cable this afternoon when I get home. That way you can see exactly what is broken and where and can make a determination on what can be done to fix and if it would be worth it. I'll also grab a pic of the knobs. They're definately readable.

Edit:

Here are the pics, Bob,

First, you can see where the two sections separated at the crimp:

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Knobs

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1963 CJ3B - F134 Hurricane, T-90C, D-18, 5.38s, Overdrive, 938YF, 12V alternator
1969 Bronco - 302, 3sp, D-20
My YouTube Channel Photobucket
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Bruce W
Posted: Apr 9 2012, 07:17 PM


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PM sent. ( I think ). BW


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Bruce Walker
Northeast Colorado
'53 CJ3B "Nellybelle", '48 CJ2A "Uncle Lyndon", '47 CJ2A "Teddy", '47 CJ2A "Rusty", '47 CJ2A "Zak", '43 GPW "Sarge", '88 XJ "Pluto"
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Don
Posted: Apr 9 2012, 07:25 PM


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QUOTE (Doug @ Apr 6 2012, 09:58 AM)
Bob,

I'll post up some better pictures of the cable this afternoon when I get home. That way you can see exactly what is broken and where and can make a determination on what can be done to fix and if it would be worth it. I'll also grab a pic of the knobs. They're definately readable.

Edit:

Here are the pics, Bob,

First, you can see where the two sections separated at the crimp:

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Have you tried to screw it back in? Sometimes they'll go back in with a bit of work. If it goes, then back it part way out and put a bit of "glue" RTV ,etc on the "threads" then screw back into the housing.

Good luck. No promises.


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Don Norris
Southeast, NC

1953 CJ3B
1959 Jeep Pickup
195? M100 trailer
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