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Old 02-23-2014, 01:01 PM
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awesome guys, that totally helps and thanks a bunch!! typical... the whole train held up due to a tiny little $3 part.

time to go do the dig through coffee cans fulls of nuts/bolts/stuff and see if i can magically find those pieces, or otherwise locate them somewhere.

if i end up hosed for today, i'm willing to bet i could find some of those up at yoda jim's. i'm also not sure about this... but i think you might need the same things for hookup to regular saginaw stuff. i might just have to bug napa and see what they got, won't hold my breath though.

i gather ya'll were looking for some overall project photos, not specifically the steering stuff. so here's the little mutant:



build thread here:

http://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/jeep-...my-willys.html
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