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    Well, I am so stoked(about the '85 now running)that I bought the oil & filters for the '87 Deuce & changed both of them today after work. Its much easier the second time around after completing the '85 Deuce earlier this week, the difference is the '87 is much cleaner & I changed everything last time around a few years ago so less gunk & grease to remove; also....no cut gaskets on the base of the canisters. The oil however, was coal black after about 3,500 miles since the last oil change; its probably normal, but the '85 was nowhere near this dirty. Probably was not used that much either sitting on the side of some Air Force runway watching the planes land & take off. Nice to be really motivated again.
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    I put on a shifter boot and my new Army shifter knob. A good bit of advice when putting on a new shifter boot like this, keep your old boot. Why? Because the old boot is the only thing keeping crud out of the transmission, the new boot only seals between the cab and the cover.

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    works also on the transfercase lever ... P1010003.jpg
    Mr.Gasket Shifter boots are MRG-9649 from Summitracing.com
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    Did some tree removal with old deuce this weekend


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    Took the water tank off of my 1963 Studebaker M50 yesterday to replace the rotted wood rails in between the tank and the frame rails, and make doing some upcoming maintenance a bit easier (brakes, T-case replacement etc.)

    While I was doing that I may have bought a couple other Deuces, one is absolutely cherry that would be a great candidate for a water tender, so if that deal comes together I may just convert this old M50 into a tractor, we shall see ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by 59apache View Post
    works also on the transfercase lever ... P1010003.jpg
    Mr.Gasket Shifter boots are MRG-9649 from Summitracing.com
    I order 2 a minute ago...thanks for the tip, and pre fitting.

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    Well baseball size hail is expected in central TX tonight so I cover the M35A2 with a trucking tarp.
    1971 M35A2C " Marauder"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrmag1 View Post
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    Well baseball size hail is expected in central TX tonight so I cover the M35A2 with a trucking tarp.
    I'm reminded of those old Seal-A-Meal ads on late night TV.

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    Hey it's not good looking but it will work... Probably maybe we will see.
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    Ugh, I think I’d remove that nice camp cargo cover!!!!

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