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  1. Thanks a lot Laurent! I know of the speedometer. It is a repro one, and I bought it for a reason, although I don't know what it exactly was any more, I think to be able to substitute with my Willys
  2. Appologies, it took a while to update...
  3. Hi Dave, Yes it is reproduced. Let me check if I can get the file, as I did not made it myself. It is made as a decal, same as you use in model building. You can print it on special decal paper using an inkjet printer / apply 3 layers of clear varnish / cut out / soak in luke warm water / apply. regards Frank
  4. Finally got some time to do some small things on the weasel again.
  5. I did some business with the vendor in this link (valves and gasket set) and I was very pleased with their assistance and service.
  6. Not a lot of work done last month. Had to travel for work so Weasel has been silent. Anyway got some new items for the Weasel. Engine cover which needed some repairs. Have a rear floor panel, which needs some repairs in the future, but mainly new footman loops. Looking for some advice on the color. As my Weasel is an M29C everything was olive drab off factory. Anyway a lot of recent purchased items are white. What shall I do, repair and repaint in white, or stick with the factory olive drab color.
  7. Hi all, Looking for the connection of the electrical fuel pump, which is bolted on the fuel tank itself. Below picture should make clear what I'm looking for. Thanks Frank
  8. @Patrick TiptonThere was a post about fitting a G503 water pump: Might be worth a good read and trial
  9. Not the best pictures, but this is what I have
  10. @Will Dodge Yes, I need to re-rubber. Rubber on them is very bad and will not last long... @Patrick Tipton One small step at the time indeed. That also make the whole process more clear. And as space is my big issue, I can get stuff finished and out of the way for the next.
  11. I had quite a productive day. Having the guide wheels removed. And also having the idler wheels off. These came off very easy, and I'm happy to not having to do a lot of work on the axle. The carrier / arm needs some TLC as they have weld the grease hole shut....and it has a lot of wear. Edit: Although it now comes to my mind, that this is already a replacement as it is a solid rod. This as the originals are tubed. Inside the tub, only the final drive is remaining...
  12. I got a lot of small jobs done. The rods for high/low and the short steering rods have been cleaned and are ready for green paint. The shifting rods needs some work, as they cut the forks, extended them, and rewelded. Most of the panels I have are ready for sandblasting. I'm looking for some pictures on the 3/8" bolts that are spotwelded to the engine panel, on which the wing nuts are for locking of the engine cover. Anyone a picture from the rear side? Also looking for the length of the bolts. Assembled the water pump, only waiting for the fan to be dry.
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