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    I’ve got some oddball parts that I’m trying to identify. I’m really not sure what type vehicle they belong too. No part numbers have been found on these thing-a-mah-jigs. One is a drive shaft off something and the little doohickeys look like they help attach a dip stick in place. Perhaps you May have seen these?
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    I'm no expert, but the drive shaft looks like it might be off of a PTO/Winch setup. Just a guess though. The brackets look almost like the rear seat retainers for an M151, but they are not. Maybe they are for a different truck? Not much help, but that's my guesses anyway.

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    The small brackets are to hold brake cables in place. Can not remember what for, but do remember over an almost 30 time period of working on army stuff, removing and replacing them.

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    None of those parts are for a m37 that I can tell.
    Does appear to be a winch PTO drive shaft, bit for what?
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