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dont take off the roof til the body mounts are repaired and the floor otherwise yur sides will fall off and the top wont line back up
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Thanks for the heads up epic. I need to get the clutch changed, but once that is done i am gonna start to fix up the body.
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I had a spare hour yesterday so i got a few more things bolted down. Also put in new spark plugs and air filter. It also has interior door handles so no more rolling down the window to get out
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Would the clutch be the same for all of the scout II? i found a site that is selling them but does not specify a transmission/ engine
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Would the clutch be the same for all of the scout II? i found a site that is selling them but does not specify a transmission/ engine
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Except the 6 cyl which uses a different bell housing Just a heads up
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Good thing i don't have to worry about 6 cyclindar stuff except for my jeep. There won't be too many updates for a lil while as the clutch is getting done, waiting for the clutch parts to come in, and school is getting pretty heavy. I will try to give a quick update every week. In about a month or 2 i will start to be updating a lot more when i get it actually to my house instead of storing it at my old highschool.
Would it be better to replace the full rear quarters or just do a patch of the rusted out area?
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inners and outters are probably toast as well as floor so its up to you on how far ya wanna carry it.
That bein said all parts are available through Super scouts and a couple other online sites.
Or bring it over to my shop and I could set ya up with our metal worker who can fix anything. He's in the process of doin a 67 chev boogie van that really shoulda been crushed.
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Thanks for the offer on the shop but i wanna do it myself, I am half decent with a welder and metal it will just be more practice. I got most of the floor patched except for 2 holes, one is there to weld in a body mount, the other is on the rear quarter on the driver side the rest of it is either good or already patched it. both outters are rusted on the quarters. One other problem about getting it to your shop is that i live out on the island and don't have insurance on the scout (for obvious reasons) I may be asking you for some advice and tips.
Is super scouts a website or a store out on the mainland?
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