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    Well... long story short... an update of where were at....

    Day I got it:
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    Broken all the way down and powdercoated
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    During Rebuild and Cummins Install
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    After Axle Swap
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    And Current Status
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    1967 Kaiser-Jeep M-715
    5.9 Cummins / Ford ZF / NP205
    Dana 60 Kingpin / Sterling 10.25

    1989 M101-A2 Trailer

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    Hey, truck looks great...…..garage looks different if I remember correctly, as I bought your axles and engine when you started the project...….still run mine a lot but as of now did not need any of the spare parts I bought.....that's a good thing!!! super job and wish I could have one like yours!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dozenjeeps View Post
    Hey, truck looks great...…..garage looks different if I remember correctly, as I bought your axles and engine when you started the project...….still run mine a lot but as of now did not need any of the spare parts I bought.....that's a good thing!!! super job and wish I could have one like yours!!!
    Yea... Moved into the country south of green bay (with a bigger garage ) as well as had a child so between those to life events the Jeep has been on bit of a back burner but were finally turning some wrenches again.
    1967 Kaiser-Jeep M-715
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    Dana 60 Kingpin / Sterling 10.25

    1989 M101-A2 Trailer

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    Quote Originally Posted by VenomInjected View Post
    Yea... Moved into the country south of green bay (with a bigger garage ) as well as had a child so between those to life events the Jeep has been on bit of a back burner but were finally turning some wrenches again.
    Great to hear, glad for you, especially having the little one as you will enjoy the child even more than the truck!!! good luck to you and great to hear you moved out of town, you seemed more like a country guy to me!!!!

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    Well... still chipping away.... Just about to start wiring.

    Cummins 5.9L 12 Valve VE
    Ford ZF5 5 Speed Manual
    Ford Married NP205
    Ford Dana 60 Kingpin Front Axle
    Ford Sterling 10.25 Rear axle

    4 Wheel Disc Brakes
    Hydroboosted (out of a 2010 Duramax)
    Power Steering Added
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    1967 Kaiser-Jeep M-715
    5.9 Cummins / Ford ZF / NP205
    Dana 60 Kingpin / Sterling 10.25

    1989 M101-A2 Trailer

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    When you installed the engine, how did you know where to place the mounts? I was going to place the engine based on how it sat with regard to the cab. It looks as though you knew exactly where to install the engine mounts, then put the cab in place and...no clearance issues?
    I hope that’s the case and you’re willing to share how you did that! If not, what problems did you run into?

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