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06-07-2019 09:12 PM
49willys_mogon



Power steering cooler and ac condenser mounted







06-02-2019 12:12 AM
49willys_mogon

TechAFX carbon core hose, the trick flow canister had really good reviews rated at 2000psi with almost no loss of pressure.



Power steering hose -6 teflon high pressure from the pump to hydroboost back to the gear -8 low pressure out of the gear to the cooler to the reservoir. -10 feed to the pump from the reservoir.



More plumbing swag and a MICO line lock
05-27-2019 03:46 PM
JR The steering is all connected and secured along with finishing the exhaust and mounting the compressor.
05-24-2019 02:34 PM
49willys_mogon

Thanks for all the props guys! Couldn't of achieved this without all the contributions from everyone involved so they are well deserving in the glory too.

This is the flow chart for the transmission and t case. The fluid is all GL5 for the transmission and cooling loop. The transfer case use autotrac fluid due to the chain and clutches inside. The t case is super beef. The torque rating is around 2340 ft #s for a 11500# H1. Predator motorsports offers a disengagement for AWD wo adding a shift lever and will add that mod later.
05-24-2019 11:06 AM
cj847 49 willys,

I have been following your build for a couple of years. It is awesome!

I am a little confused by the plumbing on the transmission and T case. It appears it is mixing transmission and transfer case fluid (they are the same but generally not mixed). Also the inlet and outlet on the T case both appear to be above the normal fluid level. So I am curious the theory and how it works.
05-23-2019 03:00 AM
Gojeep Always good to see the progress on this.
05-22-2019 11:29 PM
CJ3BL Superb design and workmanship! Really a knock out- WOW! Great color too!
05-21-2019 09:25 PM
49willys_mogon JR Plumbing looking good! One addition to the breathers lines you installed are vents (located behind the distributor) and tees I need to get from summit. Since they are $4 each I have a few things for the next order. Not sure what happened to the hal sensor bottoming out on the belt





Couple other shots of the first pass on the grill and roll cage.
05-21-2019 05:38 PM
JR Tom, I noticed the reluctor pick-up is rubbing on the belt.
05-21-2019 05:35 PM
JR Getting through the plumbing. Extended the front reservoir lines which is actually a lot of oily work.
05-13-2019 01:56 PM
JR Thanks for the reminder. The pinion will be parallel to the trans at ride height when I adjust it this afternoon.
05-13-2019 01:07 PM
waterhorse Nice looking stuff there. Is there not supposed to be a "carden" joint at the front of that shaft? Either that or the diff should be parallel to the trans. Am I missing something?
05-13-2019 11:59 AM
JR .
05-13-2019 09:31 AM
larryboy
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While the body is in the paint bay, the chassis is being assembled for the (hopefully) last time.

Those rotors are disgusting, can't we get those in stainless?

05-11-2019 04:51 PM
ISDTBower Thanks for the link to a REAL unbiased test on paints that we can relate to.

Mark West posted his truck on FB. I think you guys are playing in the same league. Great progress. Can't wait for more of the goodies to come.
05-10-2019 08:09 PM
49willys_mogon Regarding the Master Series products this was an interesting independent analysis using salt test against a few of the products out there.

https://youtu.be/lZEyjR7jTWk
05-10-2019 05:35 PM
pat master
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Pat, thanks for all the support getting the Master Series products on the wagon. Very impressed with the results and your products
I'm proud have my coatings on your ride. I hope someday we can meet, sit and have a beer
05-10-2019 09:54 AM
larryboy Can't wait to get a ride in this thing!!
05-09-2019 11:39 PM
49willys_mogon
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That's one hell of a willys. Your workmanship is outstanding
Pat, thanks for all the support getting the Master Series products on the wagon. Very impressed with the results and your products
05-08-2019 06:54 PM
pat master That's one hell of a willys. Your workmanship is outstanding
05-07-2019 07:06 PM
JR While the body is in the paint bay, the chassis is being assembled for the (hopefully) last time.
05-07-2019 08:51 AM
ISDTBower When someone comes to look at your wagon, you need to break out a creeper.
05-06-2019 05:39 PM
49willys_mogon
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Originally Posted by bdkw1 View Post
So now that you've got paint on it, what did you forget to weld on?
Speak of the all sorts of goodies but we're going for it.
05-06-2019 04:53 PM
plym49 Un freakingbelievable.

You are really doing everything correctly.

Damn I miss my '48 W-O wagon.
05-06-2019 04:43 PM
bdkw1 So now that you've got paint on it, what did you forget to weld on?
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