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  1. DREDnot

    Economical source for M998 seat cushions?

    I never found a source for inexpensive new rear cushions. Best I could find was a pair of NOS uppers and lowers for $135.
  2. DREDnot

    Stoplight Switch to Brake Pedal Linkage

    My experience was that the contacts are burnt right where the "sweet spot" is for making connection at the right amount of pedal travel. I pried one apart and tried to refurbish it but it was too damaged to get the sweet spot working. I ended up buying a new one.
  3. DREDnot

    Loud clonk while shifting gears

    An easy thing to do is torque all your half shaft attaching bolts. A common source of a clonking type sound like you describe. Every truck I've inspected has had at least one axle that needed its bolts tightened to spec.
  4. DREDnot

    Noise when accelerating?

    If you dont see anything obvious underneath, Grease your u-joints. Most likely cause of weird sounds on acceleration. Grease may be too late, though. You may need a new u-joint already
  5. DREDnot

    T/C Lock Light - How to unlock?

    When I received my M1123, it had the stuck T/C lock light. I took it to a nearby gravel parking lot and drove in a tight figure 8 once forward, and once backward. About half way through the backward run, it popped loose and I was able to shift it in and out of all ranges.
  6. DREDnot

    Mystery Dash Switch in 1986 M998

    I would use that switch to manually turn the factory fan on. I added a switch to mine that just breaks the circuit between the temp switch and the fan control module. fan runs continuously and cools things down even in AZ heat in traffic
  7. DREDnot

    Rear Main Seal part II

    premature seal failure usually has me wondering about proper surface prep, or excess crankcase pressure. Did you final clean with brake cleaner or acetone etc.? Have you ever replaced the CDR valve/hoses?
  8. DREDnot

    What is this ?

    Yes. Quite a nice gift. All that stuff is good to have on hand. That "Slave" cable is basically a universal military jumper cable and very expensive the longer it is. The start box as well. Hard to find now-a-days and spendy when you do find one. The long plank sounds like the 2 man cargo...
  9. DREDnot

    A2 fuel tank question

    I got my skid plate off ebay. They look flimsy and cheap but they seem to work fine
  10. DREDnot

    DIY, "DON'T BUY A" Cheap eB*y AC in a HMMWV

    What do you use to run the lines along the frame to the fender unit? The OEM hard line pair assy? or just long hoses?(2 door conf.) I found 1 OEM hard line assy but it cost more than the condenser/fan assy
  11. DREDnot

    What have you done to your HMMWV today/lately

    Fab work on a mount for the A/C
  12. DREDnot

    What have you done to your HMMWV today/lately

    Can't picture any "diagonal supports" for the C pillar...What are you referring to? The side rails for the soft top?
  13. DREDnot

    Outdoor winter storage cover needed

    There is a company called Transhield that makes fitted covers for military vehicles. My M1123 2man came with one. It looks like it was made to fit over a 2man MAK HMMWV during transport.
  14. DREDnot

    M1097A2 Oil Pressure on startup

    Definitely confirm the anti-drainback feature. There are identical GM filters that fit that are with and without the ADV. That would cause a slow pressure reading. For peace of mind, buy a mechanical oil pressure test gauge. Take off the stock oil pressure sender and screw in the test gauge...
  15. DREDnot

    New to Steel Soldiers, interested in purchasing first HMMWV

    Yeah, that ship has sailed. All that you will be getting that price range will be disappointment. Prices have almost doubled in recent months. Almost everything for converting a two man to four is out of stock at all the vendors. Sent from my SM-G970U using Tapatalk
  16. DREDnot

    M998 Starter installation

    Airing down the tires will drop about 2 inches
  17. DREDnot

    What have you done to your HMMWV today/lately

    Looks like a Transhield fitted cover for the truck when it was the MAK 2 door armored box
  18. DREDnot

    What have you done to your HMMWV today/lately

    It did have the rear door blanks and the load floor seat backs. No tailgate No mirrors No wipers No glass No top No radio tray No CDR valve But...it did come with a big mystery bag.
  19. DREDnot

    What have you done to your HMMWV today/lately

    M1123 fresh out of Yermo. Started to disassemble for cleaning. Found out the rear seat cushions and base lids were left out at rebuild.
  20. DREDnot

    Windshield install

    Its not required to use any sealant but even the military runs a 1/4" bead in the corner just to add some insurance. If you are in a rainy area or it sits outside, I would highly recommend a little sealant in the glass groove as well. The screws for the retainers are originally a 10-32 screw...
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