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  1. I have this piece of tin it was laying in the hull and i don't know where it goes its 6 1/2 in at one end the other end is cut at about 15% angle and is 7 1/2 in the length is 12in long on one side and 10 in long on other side it ha 2 holes broken out any idea Larry
  2. Hi Guys, I know that Bogey Wheels are available but I have had a hard time finding spares that are at a reason price. Some have been expensive, some have been expensive and close to failing at the same time. So, at the end of the summer last year I embarked on an R&D mission to rebuild blown out Bogey Wheels. I have found a solution that will make the search for serviceable wheels in good to excellent condition a lower priority. I have experimented with 2 part polyurethane rubber back in 2004 when I had my 1st. two Weasels, and was met with great success. With the purchase of my late
  3. Guys, I have a nice set of late 20" track for sale. These originally came with my weasel, I ran them for two seasons in the snow and then worked with Mike Howard to develop the LAR track. After that I no longer needed them. Since then, they have been sitting in my shop on two pallets on pallet racks, properly stored on edge, with large radius bends. The bands are original BF Goodrich Rubber which is has some cracks in the rubber... BFG tracks commonly have some cracks by now, and the compound has a higher durometer than the Mondajlen Rubber bands from Norway and I believe they are a li
  4. Hello everyone! New member here. I just picked up this m29c and brought her home. She has a few things to sort on the bottom end but runs like a top! Looking forward to learning everything I can from you while I get this puppy reliable. signal-2021-03-27-132850.mp4
  5. I need the 6 countersunk screws and the special nuts the hold together the windshield frame. If anyone has them please let me know. Or if you can point to a supplier that has them Svarthol@mail.dk Best regards Thomas
  6. How do the stretcher brackets work? Anyone have any photos? Is it hidden somewhere in the TM's?
  7. So I have noticed several Weasels with rear view mirrors. Jeep style. I know it would be safer, but? What's the story?
  8. I was reviewing David Doyle's Book and the WW2 Markings Book and WOW! Were Weasels just marked at random? Some have stars? Some have the star and circles? Stars at the rear side? Stars in the middle? Many with no stars. " Instal drain plugs before " registration numbers in various locations? Early war blue and late war white marking mixed? Are they all correct? Were the M29 and M29C and M24 marked different?
  9. Greetings. Since the demise of the Weasel forum, it seems that most of the discussion around Weasel restoration has moved to Facebook. While it is nice that there is a place to find and share with other Weasel enthusiasts, I think the format offered by Facebook leaves a lot to be desired. Most importantly, posts quickly get buried and while Facebook has search features, I think the "traditional" forum approach is superior. I personally find it difficult to find information and see that most of these groups end up with the same questions and discussions over and over again. I als
  10. What line or rope would have been outfitted on a Weasel? How long ? Diameter? I'm sure jute or hemp. Did both water and regular carry rope?
  11. We recently disassembled two fairly complete Weasels just for the float tanks. The hulls were pretty far gone, but even there are some good parts if you’ve had doors cut in yours. We have all kinds of parts that I was missing when I restored mine several years ago, and had to search high and low or make them. Let me know what you might need. No tracks, wipers, spotlights, seats of course. I ship slow as I depend on others to do the leg work (just ask DRH).
  12. Hi guys i have been picking away at my t15 and as i work on it i have been wandering if the t15's were painted in winter camo. and if so is there a standard pattern that they follow and what is the color. Thanks in advance Larry
  13. I have a small group of T15 photos I thought I would post. Really nice!
  14. I studied quite a few different forum offerings before settling on this one. It looks a little different than what most of us are used to, but has a lot of great features and should prove to be a great platform over time. 1. Tags: When you go to post a new topic, you are required to add a tag. You can add as many tags as you want. Please try to help others by carefully selecting the topics covered in your post. What these tags do is allow forum members to quickly find relevant posts and information. You can immediately search the whole site by clicking on the tag in the hea
  15. Thanks Pat for the reply on posting pictures. I will attempt to share some. I have a picture of the machine the day we made the deal to purchase. My son Derrick is sitting at the controls. The other photo is as it arrived home. Now it is tore down about as far as we are going for now. The object is to get it running and learn how it works. There is a machine 2 and 3 to restore. I figure we have enough parts to mix and match to build an original machine down to the bolts and washers. That is the goal for now, all the best parts on one machine. Fred
  16. Hi every one i have a couple of questions in my t15 i have a pipe on the right side of the hull under the driver seat and it is cut off at the floor and the top has a flair end what might this be for. Also on the wiring guard that runs along the inside of the hull there are 2 short 1/4 in bolts welded in sticking up on the top not sure what goes on them. There are 4 little clips on either side of the hull high and just in front of the drivers seat i am thinking it is for padding to protect the drivers knees am i right. What rubber handlesgo on the steering levers and is anyone reproducing them
  17. Hello All, I'm new to this forum, and like to introduce my Weasel. Off course all my other projects are not finished, and storage is a real pain....I still decided I "needed" a Weasel. So progress will be very slow and since I bought it, almost nothing happened. Although not much work, I found the hull number so here it goes: M-29-C - 6672 U.S.A. 40195512 Unfortunately the data plate is missing as this was removed before I bought the M29C. We did some trails to start the engine, but till date no luck with that. The engine spins, but no compression on at least 2 cylinders.
  18. Starting up a thread for more information about my recent acquisition. Everyone is referring this unit as a “C” M29 but the hull tag is does not have a C in the number. I’ve read some units where made ready for the float tanks but are still considered a regular M-29. I’m a little confused I about what to refer to it as. It has Norwegian instructional plates above the steering and on the dash.
  19. I came across someone that made repro seat frames for the Weasel and do not know what I did with the information. Anyone have a lead for seat frames? Thanks! Original seat belts or reproductions? Advice please.
  20. Anyone have drawings for the top bows? Hand drawn, factory drawings, or measurements wanted. I’m fixing to make a simple bikini top for the summer. Thanks
  21. A friend sent me this video. Very cool vintage Weasel footage.
  22. Hi has anyone here overhauled their transmission i am having trouble getting the shifter forks lined up and gears in the right place. I have a manual but it doesn't give instructions on how to line everything up. I am loosing my hair from scratching my head so much there must be a easy way.
  23. Hey Does anyone have the following info? Windshield glass dimensions? (to get them cut to...) Glass thickness ( just in case its different from flat, easy to get glass.) Type/ style and size of the rubber "glazing channel" that the glass sits in in the frame Am doing 2 windshields shortly. Tks. Dennis
  24. Hi guys, I hope you’ve all had a happy Christmas with your families! I have 3 new questions. Hopefully they straight forward. I have checked older posts and it has briefly touched on the subjects:- 1. We have a perfect rubber fuel tank, with a fuel stabiliser will it hold up to the modern petrol. A previous thread said no to modern fuel, it goes to jelly but no mention of a stabiliser. Is anyone running the rubber tank with success? 2. our internal fuel pump in the tank is in a bad way but fixable! (full of crust, some rust and crystals) I can take the time to rebuild
  25. Hi All, I’ve tried to cross reference to the parts manual but I can’t answer my own questions. I would appreciate some knowledge. 1. Should the tiller cast bracket have bronze bushes for the tiller bar and the hi/low range leaver? 4 in total? 2. In the picture, These extra plates that are riveted to the engine lid have canvas sandwich between. Are these correct? If so, shout it be 1”x1/4” felt or the canvas piping? Should they be riveted? Any pictures would be most helpful. I don’t remember these on the last weasel. thanks in advance Byron
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