zepher11 wrote:fotot8ker wrote:Zeph,
Great photos of the Jeep tub rotisserie and of your restoration! Looks like what I went through when I took my Ford GPW appart! But how did you attach the rotisserie to the back of the tub? Can you take a photo of it? Also, how much steel did you have to add height wise to the rotisserie? Looks like a great rotisserie to make! I have two engine stands already, but not sure of the dimensions to add onto it for a rotisserie. Any help would be cool!
Thanks for the kind compliments! I won't be home to take some better pictures of the rotisserie and show you how the tub is mounted until Wednesday evening. I should be able to post 'em that evening.
You mentioned on my thread you discovered your block is a CJ . How and when did you discover it? That just bites.
Your welcome for the kind compliments! Thanks for replying to my post and letting me know about your situation. I will be on the lookout Wed. evening when you get the photos up!
majmacs wrote:Fronts are replacements..likely M38 or an early civilian type.
The tapered edges indicate an earlier design ( modern replacements are rectangular and I understand from a separate post that the tapered edges was a design that died out in the fifties)
GPW springs are not only tapered on the edges, but are cut at 45 degrees at each end forming a bit of a point.
Spring clips are not GPW either, but representative of partial M38 and partial civialian clips.
thidisbogus wrote:---I stand corrected. Sorry about that Zeph.
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