What did you do to your M37 today?

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After reading all 100 threads in the M37 forum seems like I needed some else on the end of my fuel pick up. Maybe a nice screen would work nice. Thanks John at Midwest for supplying me a complete new one with the said screen. Went ahead and did a new fuel sending unit too.
 

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Just about finished up with the cab to window rubber both sides and all I need is one more piece. They sent me the wrong rubber as it is just a bit wider and has no channel on the bottom to account for the screws. I also decided to pop rivet mine and it is still easy to adjust if need be.
 

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OK since I did not read the TM I had to pull the new soft top off to align the door glass with the frame work. The front window stops had to be changed just a bit as the frame work was racked and the rear vertical piece was out just a bit too. It might be able to be done it with the top on but yea it was easer before top was on. I got the drivers side reveal just about the same. I am out just a bit on the passenger side but I am still waiting on the last piece of rubber weather stripping to make the final adjustment. You also might need to reset the windshield to cab lock downs if they are too loose or to tight. There are two places we can adjust the rear support the top two bolts and the three run down the vertical piece.
 

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I picked mine up from just east of Richmond, Kentucky. Damn that critter is heavy. Come to find out the gentleman that owned it was my Veterinarian when I lived in Winchester, Ky. 20 years ago.
 

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lol yep they are waay heavier than you think, espec for how small and un complicated it is. I remember when i was trailering mine back and was going up a longer slight incline, i litteraly watched the fuel gauge going down. Had to pull over twice on the incline to fill up with my jerry cans, and then at next gas station.
 
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