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Chad R

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    Southwest Michigan
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    Wheeling on Drummond Island

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  1. This is the Jeep that started it all for our family. My dad bought it brand new in august of 73. It was the first 74 that the dealership had gotten in. In 1999 it underwent a full restoration with a four wheel drive hardware glass body and fenders. In 2018 my brother sent in pictures to greenlight and in 2019 they used it in there line up of die cast cars.
  2. Lol edwardsburg is about 15 miles from where I live. Let me ask a friend of my dad. He is a engineer that worked in the van conversion and rv industry from the early 80’s to the 2010’s in Elkhart and surrounding area (Elkhart and edwardsburg is probably 5 or so miles apart). If anyone knows anything about LER industry’s it would be him. Never know someone might have one stashed away.
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    Trailer P.S.A.

    Yes I know I saw that on YouTube. I imagine any good professional thief could pick in seconds, But your average joe crook probably can’t. I’m only trying to make it so if they do try they will have to earn it. Puck locks on the doors of a in-closed trailer are way better than pad locks have heard to many stores from local contractors and others that had pad locks cut with bolt cutters.
  4. Chad R

    Trailer P.S.A.

    Step two on trailer security I’m changing all the locks on our in-closed trailers to puck locks. They will have to be good at picking locks or have sharp drill bits.
  5. Chad R

    5-0 No Mo....

    Thanks for your service!!! Good luck in your new endeavors where ever it leads you.
  6. Chad R

    Trailer P.S.A.

    Yes you hook them to the ball
  7. Chad R

    Trailer P.S.A.

    Got my first line of trailer defense today for our in closed car trailer from proven industry’s next is puck locks on the doors
  8. Chad R

    Np 207 slip yoke

    I am looking for the rear yoke for a np207 for my 86 that I am converting to 4wd. Found transmission and transfercase can’t find rear yoke
  9. Had to be a clean truck the bumper is really nice. The back side is the worst and by rust belt standards it’s clean
  10. Jantz Yard4 automotive in Kenosha WI. Has what is left of the truck as it is all parted out not sure what’s left of it. I bought the rear bumper.
  11. Chad R

    Trailer P.S.A.

    That is what I was thinking about plus this
  12. Chad R

    Trailer P.S.A.

    This past week we had our car trailer stolen out of the back yard of my family’s shop. Yes the tongue was locked. Yes it was insured and will probably take a big one up the you know what by the insurance company. So I have been looking into trailer locks hard core for the last few days. It is amazing how easy it is to defeat many tongue locks, with just a crow bar or bolt cutters. So for the rest of our trailers I’m buying tongue locks by proven lock industry and also going to buy some type of wheel lock weather it is a tire boot or a hook that goes threw the wheel to the leaf
  13. If this helps my 86 2.5L had dealer installed ac that had v-belts. I took it off because the bracket broke and cause belt issues
  14. It’s on its way to southwest Michigan
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