jason m.

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About jason m.

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  • Birthday 05/13/1972

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    holland mass

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    rockwell buggy
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  1. 4.0 header exhaust manifold that's been welded, no leaks 20.00. A/C delete pulley for a 99 4.0, 10.00. Can't seem to load pics, pm me for them. Jason
  2. jason m.

    78 Ford rear Dana 60 parts or newer axle

    No problem. I was thinking I can buy them loaded to. Guess I will check that out, thanks. Jason
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    78 Ford rear Dana 60 parts or newer axle

    Cool, check it out and let me know, thanks. Jason
  4. Looking for the drum backing plates for my 78 Ford 60 rear. Or a 3.55 60/70 newer axle with disc brakes. Jason.
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    Double ended steering Cyls

    Lol dirty old man. Jason
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    Double ended steering Cyls

    Valve to run them. Based on the buggys I've been on the trails most use the smallest style snout on the orbital vavle and seem to steer fast or as fast as needed, and they ( Sean Haluch, Miguel, Adam Bates ) all run 2.5" double ended cylinders. It's not the size of the valve itself it's the size of the snout or the front half of the valve aka the snout that meters the fluid and speed from lock to lock. That's what I picked up when I worked for CAT, I've seen 966 loaders with the same style valve just a 8" long snout. And yes they turn fast, from 9 o'clock to 3 o'clock your lock to lock. So to answer your question I would say an average Charlynn open center valve would push plenty of fluid for these to work. But maybe call to PSC or another company might lay it out better for you John. Jason
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    Med duty truck axles

    10/fur Ken and thank you John axles are sold. Jason.
  8. I got two double ended steering cylinders I pulled off of a CAT 420 backhoe, basically a ZF front axle. Anyways they are 2.5" body's, 10" stroke and 1.5" chrome. The tie rod ends are still tight and the new boot seals and clips can be bought from CAT or any ZF dealer. Asking 350.00 for the pair and I have all the parts numbers for the seal for TREs. I have pics but can't load them up till I resize them. Pm me and I can text them to ya. Jason
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    Med duty truck axles

    Hey John, I got two trainings this weekend with my fire department. But both of those I'm normally done by 2:00 in the afternoon. Or really any time after 3:00 during the week. Cool looking truck, that's why I saved them. I will pm you my number. Jason.
  10. jason m.

    XJ aw4 with t-case

    Frank, I will take a look and let you know. Ken as far as I know the dash and columnm are in great shape. I haven't driven the Jeep in a year so I kinda forgot what it looked like. I know it's a tilt column, grey and brake assembly it's all there and worked. Jason
  11. I got a set of Med duty truck axles I pulled out a 4bt FedEx truck. The front is a 6 lug disc brake beam style axle. The rear is a very large Dana 70 rear with the same ( Ford 60 ) duel piston disc brakes. The gears are 4.10. the front us a 32" spring peatch center, the rear is 41". Both axles are pulled and ready for pick up, I can load with a skid steer or picker. I have the 6 19.5" 6 lug steel rims that go with it. Asking 400.00 obo. I have plenty of pics if you need more. Will consider trades, try me. Jason.
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    XJ aw4 with t-case

    I got a complete 99 XJ, take it away for 250.00 Jason.
  13. Just waiting to here back from my friend, if he gets back to me I will pm you for a number, thanks. Jason