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ive been tempted to open my gauges that way some cj some military but i to read about the radium and just wasnt to sure how bad it would be if i did inhale any and so i havnt done it yet

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Buy, Sell, Trade / Re: Rims
« on: March 08, 2020, 03:32:10 AM »
well i dont know if they are kelsey hayes rims or not they are indeed 15 inch rims from my cj3a with shot tires but tubes that still hold air perfectly and id like to get 400 for the set and i wont ship

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Buy, Sell, Trade / Re: Rims
« on: March 04, 2020, 10:03:25 PM »
ive got my old set of 15's i dont need where you located and what would be your asking price?

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EVERYTHING ELSE, General tips / Re: wheels and tires
« on: December 13, 2019, 10:01:19 PM »
so ive decided to change things up a bit and instead of using the 7.00-15 im gonna go with 7.50-16 power king traction II for my winter driving as to keep with the same height ish as the 7.00-16 ndcc tires for my summer driving so basically my plan is to trade my set of 15's for 16's and that'll make 2 sets of 16's and also would these be the correct tubes to use for both sets of tires
https://www.ebay.com/itm/TWO-GR-KR-16-16-Tire-Inner-Tubes-TR15-Stem-Bias-or-Radial-6-50-16-7-00-16/253913150956?epid=3016658076&hash=item3b1e6735ec:g:-K8AAOSwgYdbtMpH

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EVERYTHING ELSE, General tips / battery group size and how many cca
« on: December 12, 2019, 11:43:20 PM »
so this topic im sure has been beat to death but there is still no real answer that i have come across, when switching to a 12v battery what group size is the most correct fitting for the battery hold downs as there are a couple different sizes for our jeeps that may fit and i currently have a cj3a battery tray and i plan on using the willys mb battery hold down because it allows for a bigger battery and a 36r battery seems to fit darn near exact and thus brings up the next topic of how much cold cranking amps are needed to crank a 6v starter using 12v in say 20 degree avg temps because it seems the 36r only comes with 650cca

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ya the other day me and work buddy got talking about insurance and that he has hagerty for his 69 c10 and pays a really low price and loves there service and i did a quote for mine and it wasnt low low but in my sure ill pay that price range so im convinced to go with hagerty

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BODY and trim / Re: seat conundrum
« on: November 25, 2019, 09:54:29 PM »
id be more than willing to sell my cj3a driver and passenger seat if i could first get a driver and passenger seat for an m38 in darn good condition and im 6 foot 2 inches (almost 3) 315 ish lbs depending on season lol

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to me your plate looks fake and made up, my plate on my 1950 cj3a is the original with patents and stamping etc and is serial number 40935 and as far as i know they were all 5 digit and i wanna say your serial could be 32187

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EVERYTHING ELSE, General tips / insurance for a 30 yr old and a 70 yr old
« on: October 26, 2019, 08:11:56 PM »
so ive been thinking alot about car insurance and when that time comes to register my 1950 cj3a for road legal use and seeing as i live in Massachusetts car insurance is a nightmare most of the time and im not quite sure who would be the best and cheapest to go with and above all else who would insure the jeep being that im 30 and never had insurance and the jeep turning 70 in 2020 etc is there anyone from mass that has jeep insurance?

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Engine compartment / Re: l134 fuel choices/performance
« on: October 19, 2019, 01:52:12 PM »
thats interesting to know and lets say i picked up a supersonic head and raised my compression some would i then see a gain or would it be marginal at best and i already know about the ethanol junk and i plan to use lucas safeguard ethanol conditioner to help  https://www.walmart.com/ip/LUCAS-OIL-10576-Safeguard-Ethanol-Fuel-Conditioner-16-Ounce/17491940

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Engine compartment / l134 fuel choices/performance
« on: October 18, 2019, 09:47:46 PM »
so i got to thinkin and was wondering if there is any real noticeable improvements to our l134 engines (more hp, better mpg etc) when using lower or higher octane fuels and whether or not the additives in the higher octane fuel helps any with our classic engines and if anyone has done any sort of testing id love to see it

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