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    SETOYOTA:
    I believe it is, pretty sure I just mis-remembered my rack on the 109.
    I was under the 109 a few days ago and forgot to take a look at the rack again. Unfortunately the 80+ degree day we had means the paper wasps/yellowjackets are out looking for new places to nest, so had to make sure the frame was clear and spray a few areas.

    I should receive the evaporust tomorrow at some point. Wednesday (if I get some sleep), I will be degreasing the tranny, flushing it a few times, filling it with evaporust, and starting its soak time. Still need to plug the rear shaft output, but that shouldn't take long. Waiting on a few things still before I get back to work on it, may start tearing the carb apart tonight to get it ready for the ultrasonic bath.
    1967 United Tractor CN-40-A
    1972 M109A3
    1987 M105A2
    19?? M151 Sand Rail

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    Apologies for lack of updates, have been busy with home / medical stuff and working on my jeep zj. I will get back to this project once things settle down again.
    1967 United Tractor CN-40-A
    1972 M109A3
    1987 M105A2
    19?? M151 Sand Rail

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    Quote Originally Posted by terratek View Post
    Apologies for lack of updates, have been busy with home / medical stuff and working on my jeep zj. I will get back to this project once things settle down again.
    Man no apologies needed. Life gets in the way of our fun sometimes. Take care of yourself and family first. We'll be here when you're ready.

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