- Jeep CJ-5 (1966-1971) w/ 10″ Brakes; w/ 1″ Bore; Rear Right.
- Jeep CJ-6 (1966-1971) w/ 10″ Brakes; w/ 1″ Bore; Rear Right.
- Jeepster Commando (1967-1971) w/ 10″ Brakes; w/ 1″ Bore; Rear Right.
Rear right wheel cylinder for Bendix style brakes, 1 " bore. Sold individually. Fits:
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work better than the one it calls for they fall apart there junk
Fuel Tank, Steel, 1946-1956, Willys Jeep, CJ-2A, CJ-3A, early CJ-3B
i had to order a set of distributor wrenches, local parts stores no longer carry them, as it turns out. glad to be able to order parts for my old truck from your site, and thanks for the follow up jj
Fuel Hose, To Fuel Pump, 7 inch, 1946-1971 Jeep & Willys with 4-134 Engine
The latches were as described and work perfectly. Shipping was faster than I expected. I will be back looking for more parts. Thank you
Fit great thanks
Fast surface. Shipping costs too high for something that weighs less than a 1/4 pound. Otherwise I will use there services again.
Looks good. Haven't installed yet. Still rebuilding engine.
I recently had a mechanic install the Jeepsterman's disc conversion kit. The instructions were very detailed and the YouTube videos shows the step by step process as well. My drum brakes were in great shape but I never felt confident with the cars stopping power. The disc conversion makes a huge difference and is well worth the money. This is a must do in my opinion for any car with drum brakes. You just can't put a price on safety!
The bezels cam packaged nice and we’re a perfect fit and had zero blemishes in the chrome .
Fit perfect trimmed 1/4 inch off adjustable arm so that it would line up on alternator added 5/8 pulley and new belt. New belt 1 inch longer than stock belt for generator, timken belt BX41 works fine. Add a 45 or 90 degree elbow to bottom on oil filter canister so return line clears alternator
It worked good and was an easy install.
V6 Air Cleaner Decal, Buick 225 V6, 1966-1971 Willys & Jeep, CJ5, CJ6, Jeepster Commando
Order this kit for my 68 Jeep jeepster Commando. Front part of linkage was correct, part the hooks to pitman arm is not correct. I was able to modify using shims and end cap off worn system and made it work .