Recent content by Sam27

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    Loose door lock

    No problem, thanks for writing back.
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    Loose door lock

    What's the word?
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    Loose door lock

    Cool. I'm not asking for pics because of trust issues, just to ensure we're talking about the same thing. :)
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    Loose door lock

    Any luck on pics?
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    Loose door lock

    I bet you could get good money for the NOS on ebay. I'm happy with faded ones, since I'll color them anyway, as long as they don't have cracks or holes. The only data point on price I have is a place on-line selling panels for $15 each, but he hasn't responded to my email. How about $60...
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    Loose door lock

    I was going for black in the end. Did they come that way? My current ones are reddish brown.
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    Loose door lock

    Looks like the one. I can see the little spring I'm missing right on top. While we're at it, do you have a set of interior door panels in decent shape? I don't care about them being faded, but don't want cracks, damage or modifications from original. Thanks.
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    Loose door lock

    Did you get my response to your PM?
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    Fuel gauge help

    My fuel gauge is suddenly reading way past full. I'm going to poke around and figure it out, but wanted to get input from the group to get a running start. If it is reading way past full, is that likely a ground problem, or something else? I can't remember if the senders read high resistance...
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    Loose door lock

    I scoured the yards around here for something else last week. Around here at least, these trucks are too old. The oldest trucks I found were from around 1995 or so. Anyway, yeah, if you have the guts from the lock mechanism, I'm interested.
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    Loose door lock

    I guess I was unclear. It has nothing to do with the cylinder. There is machinery between the cylinder and the pull knob that rotates the cylinder and also makes it go "click" when you push/pull the knob. Without it, it's loose. I'm missing a spring that goes with that machinery.
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    Loose door lock

    One of my door locks is loose, such that the pull knob can just fall down when the door is closed. It is also loose with the key. Basically, it's missing any sort of detent to keep it either locked or unlocked. Otherwise, it works fine. After poking around in there, I noted that the working...
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    CUCV with NP205 transfer cases

    Okay, yeah I saw those things for sale. The one I saw had a bushing to provide some flex, but it didn't look like much. When a 205 is twin stick, is it one stick for 2/4 and one for hi/lo, or one for hi/lo front and one for hi/lo rear? The t-case in my Scout is the former, so it's always twin...
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    CUCV with NP205 transfer cases

    Nice. What's the extra plate on the rear of the case?
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    CUCV with NP205 transfer cases

    Don't need one, but I'd like to recover the length to make the angles less severe. Also like being able to remove the driveshaft without oil going all over.
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