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    Posted: 12 June 2018 at 7:13pm
I picked up Seth's PTO guard at "The Great WILLYS Picnic". It will soon go from this:


To this:


Just because he deserves it!

I will update as it progresses.

You are a good man Seth. Thanks for all your efforts on "The Great WILLYS Picnic"!



Edited by 3-48s - 12 June 2018 at 7:17pm
1948 CJ2A #176528 "Elmer"
1948 CJ2A #155970 "Gray Mule"
1948 CJ2A #155365 "Old Yeller" (GONE)
BANTAM T3C # 6147 (GONE)
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote russnj Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12 June 2018 at 7:21pm
Awesome job Greg! But not too worry, no good deed goes unpunished! Looking forward to seeing your updates.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote 3-48s Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12 June 2018 at 7:44pm
Originally posted by russnj russnj wrote:

Awesome job Greg! But not too worry, no good deed goes unpunished! Looking forward to seeing your updates.


I have refurbished worse than Seth's little jewel.
The one in the "To This" photo originally looked like this:


And that's the truth.
1948 CJ2A #176528 "Elmer"
1948 CJ2A #155970 "Gray Mule"
1948 CJ2A #155365 "Old Yeller" (GONE)
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WHAT!!!  I fully intended to  pay for your expert tinkering!!
Super cool!
THANKS Greg!!!



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Hey Seth,
I have been "tinkering" on your PTO shield over the past couple of weeks. I must say I have made some good progress roughing it back into shape. I also have the top tab about fabricated so now it is on to sandblast, finish straightening on the anvil, welding and final paint.
Here are some shots of the progress.
1948 CJ2A #176528 "Elmer"
1948 CJ2A #155970 "Gray Mule"
1948 CJ2A #155365 "Old Yeller" (GONE)
BANTAM T3C # 6147 (GONE)
BANTAM T3C # 30856
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote windyhill Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 22 June 2018 at 10:14pm
That's amazing!  Very nice work sir!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote wheelie Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23 June 2018 at 2:03pm
Looking great. And a very nice gesture on your part. Thumbs UpThumbs UpThumbs Up It's the type of thing that makes me love the JEEP hobby and the people in it. I'm not sure you see this type camaraderie in other car collector circles.
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As promised I have an update on Seth's PTO Shield progress. I have fit it to my PTO gearbox to be sure all the mating surfaces & bolt holes are in proper alignment. All final massaging has taken place in order to assure a smooth surface & shield has had all repair welding done along with sandblasting of the surfaces. Now the upper tab will be installed and the shield will be primed, final sanded and a coat of black etch primer will be applied. I will include photos at that point. Once Seth receives his "like new shield" he can apply gloss black top coat to it as is or continue the process of sanding and smoothing if he is "persnickety" and then top coat it.
Here are some shots of Seth's sand blasted shield bolted to my gearbox. during alignment.
1948 CJ2A #176528 "Elmer"
1948 CJ2A #155970 "Gray Mule"
1948 CJ2A #155365 "Old Yeller" (GONE)
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BANTAM T3C # 30856
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very nice enjoy seeing the work
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3-48s...is that the one you got from me?
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Amazing work!
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Originally posted by Bob3b Bob3b wrote:

3-48s...is that the one you got from me?

Hi Bob!
No this is one that Seth had in his garage that I picked up at "The Great WILLYS Picnic".
The one I got from you went to a gent in Connecticut. It came out nicely & he was very happy. Here are some photos of when I got it and the end product.








I have requests for two more if you know where I might find a couple of beat up originals that I can rework!

Edited by 3-48s - 05 July 2018 at 3:30pm
1948 CJ2A #176528 "Elmer"
1948 CJ2A #155970 "Gray Mule"
1948 CJ2A #155365 "Old Yeller" (GONE)
BANTAM T3C # 6147 (GONE)
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Pretty work.



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Well after a trying couple of months I finally got back to Seth's PTO shield.
After returning from "The Great WILLYS Picnic my father-in-law & good friend took ill and spent the better part of June and into July in the hospital before he passed away. Unfortunately this project had to be sidelined while we made the arrangements and helped out my bride & my wonderful mother-in-law with their loss.
With that said I finally finished Seth's Shield and am ready to return it to him shortly.
Here are some shots of the end result.

Seth's PTO shield is to right in the photos with my NOS Shield at the left.



I think it is a big improvement from what it was to start:



Edited by 3-48s - 21 Aug. 2018 at 11:12pm
1948 CJ2A #176528 "Elmer"
1948 CJ2A #155970 "Gray Mule"
1948 CJ2A #155365 "Old Yeller" (GONE)
BANTAM T3C # 6147 (GONE)
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote wheelie Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 21 Aug. 2018 at 6:02pm
Beautiful work, there G. Well done.

Sorry about your father in law. That's a tough one. I'm glad that you were fortunate enough to be close to and have a good relationship with him. Many folks don't have that with their in laws. 
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Shield arrived!  Are you sure this is really my original flogged shield!? LOL IT's amazing! Clap   A thousand thank yous!
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Sorry to hear of your loss. I have dealt with inlaws and animal friends and they all rip your heart out.
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