1941 - 1945, MB, GPW Technical questions and discussions, regarding anything related to the WWII jeep.
Thanks for your advice guys. So I can proceed...
Amazing how many different castings are around for the same part (look at all the pics above)
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Do not forget to fill the groove inside the carrier with grease. I use Lubriplate 630AA.
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