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Old 07-01-2011, 04:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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manual steering box diagram 1950's cj5 / m38

I am not a jeep guy I do not know if the information he has given me on model or year is correct.

A freind of mine has bought a 1950's jeep he says it is supposed to be a cj5 beacause its a civillan model similar to an m38. The previous owner gutted the steering box loosing the ball bearings and possibly springs. He has another steering box but says that the input shaft is a larger diameter and will not work. He has asked me to help him rebuild the original box or combine parts from the two boxes to make a working unit. I have searched this forum for manual steering gear box and have come up with little more than linkage arangements. I have also searched the web and have come up with this http://www.midwestjeepwillys.com/par...ng_column.html
I am looking for a better break down with part numbers

Also if it helps with model or year jeep is equiped with three point and pto setup.

cliff notes: Previouse owner of jeep gutted steering box loosing componets. looking for manual steering box parts break down. Any help is greatly apreciated

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Old 07-01-2011, 06:27 PM   #2 (permalink)
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An M38A1 would be the military's CJ5...M38 is a CJ3A.

On that, does he have a ross box or has someone put saginaw into it?
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