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    Posted: 04 Dec. 2020 at 5:35pm
I've had a request to list my restoration tools and parts that I make for Willys Jeep service and restoration. This is what I currently have to offer. I also have a bunch of unproven prototypes as well that I will add someday when I get a chance to prove them out as useful doodads.

Tool and parts list as of March 1, 2021

Prices include shipping in continental US
A shipping discount is given for multiple tools shipped at the same time.

 

1)      Puller, Steering Wheel $80.00

2)      Puller, Pinion Yoke $45.00

3)      Puller, PTO Companion Flange $45.00

4)      Puller, Cam Gear $75.00

5)      Puller, Rear Main Cap, L134/F134  $20.00

6)      Puller, Bearing, M18 Transfer Case $55.00

7)      Eyelet (for pulling engine)  $10.00

8)      Socket, Front and Rear Oil Gallery Plug, L134/F134  $10.00

9)      Mandrel, Radiator Outlet  $10.00

10)   Mandrel, Steering Column Tube  $15.00

11)   Mandrel, Oil Filler Tube  $20.00

12)   Mandrel, Rear Top Bow Pocket  $50.00

13)   Mandrel, Axle Dust Cap  $10.00

14)   Bell Crank, CJ2A (refurbished ball)  $120.00 (with $50 core)

15)   Spacer, Crank Pulley Shield, L134/F134  $.85

16)   Front Bearing Retainer, Modified for Internal Lip Seal  $100.00 (with $35 core)

17)   Drag Link Service Kit  $90.00

18)   Plug, Ball Seat, Large, Drag Link  $13.00

19)   Plug, Ball Seat, Small, Drag Link  $12.00

20)   Seat, Ball, Drag Link  $10.00

21)   Rod, Shift, Underdrive (Hi/Low range shift rail, M18 transfer case)  $95.00

22)   Rod, Shift, Front Wheel Drive (2wd/4wd shift rail, M18 transfer case)  $65.00

23)   Dual Wheel Stud, RH Thread, CJ5 (10.12”lg)  $18.00

24)   Dual Wheel Stud, LH Thread, CJ5 (10.12”lg)  $18.00

25)   Dual Wheel Stud, RH, Thread, CJ2A (8.25”lg)  $18.00

26)   Dual Wheel Stud, LH Thread, CJ2A (8.25”lg)  $18.00

27)   Adjustment Bracket, Generator, LHead CJ2A  $10.00

28) Puller, Output Seal, M18/20 Transfer Case --> $60.00
-- works for differential pinion seals as well
29) Puller, Shift Rail Seal, M18/20 Transfer Case --> $40.00
30) Puller, Companion Flange, M18/20 Transfer Case --> $40.00 
31) Wrench, Yoke, Universal Joint, Dana 25, 41, 44 --> $52.30
 

 

Note: if you need something not on the list, ask and I’ll consider making it.

 


Edited by Joe DeYoung - 15 Mar. 2021 at 9:21am
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Do you have a picture of the steering wheel puller? 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote dasvis Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04 Dec. 2020 at 10:26pm
Originally posted by TateC TateC wrote:

Do you have a picture of the steering wheel puller? 

 If mine arrived today I can post a photo shortly......
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Although I only have a few of the items on the list, the stuff I do have is well engineered and very well made.
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I'm interested in the 8.25 wheel studs. for duel wheels , left and right hand 
a set of 5 each . Can you give me a price shipped to 40515.
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Thank you Joe.

(see, it's already started)

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Got it , didn't realize shipping was included . I'll take a set of
the 8.25 studs , send payment info.
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#7 works really well!
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I wrote a post about the steering wheel puller - https://www.farmjeep.com/how-do-you-remove-a-steering-wheel/   It is a great tool.  I'll update the list that is posted.

How about adding a Newgren control valve? Smile

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3 new tools added to the bottom of the list of my offering.
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Might you be able to post pics of your products? That might help in determining what people need.

Thanks!
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Hello Joe, we want to replace the rear main seal on my Dad’s MB transfer case, is there a tool I could use to make the job easier? Forgive my ignorance but I have never done one before.. thanks!
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Yes, #28 on my list... m18/20 output seal puller. Makes quick easy work getting the output seals out of the transfer case  and doesn't have the risk of damaging the bores that the seals press into. The puller can also be used to pull the pinion seals out of the differentials as well.

Note -The shift rail seal puller is a very nice compliment to the output seal puller. The shift rail seals can be very difficult to get out and this tool makes quick easy work of that as well. 
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Originally posted by ccdoran ccdoran wrote:

Might you be able to post pics of your products? That might help in determining what people need.

Thanks!
Chris

I've thought about it Chris and agree it would be helpful but was concerned 28+ photos might be a bit much for one thread. I'm trying to get a web page together with pics and videos of how to use the tools in my spare time and then post a link to that. Unfortunately I do not have an over abundance of spare time. 
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You ought to make a wrench for adjusting the brakes. I have one but would love a spare and the originals seem to be getting scarce. 
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I'll put that on my list of things to develop. Thanks for your input.
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Originally posted by TateC TateC wrote:

You ought to make a wrench for adjusting the brakes. I have one but would love a spare and the originals seem to be getting scarce. 


Are you talking about the 1/4" long handled wrench to turn the brake cam adjustment?  If so, I would love to have a tool like that.  The originals ARE scarce, I've been looking for one for a while.


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