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    Posted: 09 Nov. 2019 at 3:34pm
HEY,I DON'T THINK IT WAS ME ASKING ABOUT IT.     HONESTLY DON'T REMEMBER, THANKS ANYWAY............Joe B.
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Did you ever get a reply to your question re:rebuilt engine red paint?
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YAY,SO BE IT...………….THANKS GUYS...………...GOTTA ASK SOMEITMES.

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Did not know this about the pedals. Makes sense. This might be a good alternative:
 
I used it on my front floors to keep them from rusting. It has a bit of texture and is holding up well.
 
Maybe a local shop can squirt them when they do someone's truck
 
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1947 CJ2A, Body & Frame: 106327, Engine: J109205, Tub and Tailgate: 97077. Originally Luzon Red

1965 Johnson Furnace Company M416 #6-1577
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Brake and clutch pedals had a non-skid paint on them: a paint with some kind of gritty stuff in it, for helping keep your feet from sliding off the pedals.  Many has been the time when I wished Ol' Unreliable still had that paint there.  Unhappy


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There's a reason it's called Ol' Unreliable
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DUMB QUESTION......………..WHAT DOES THE MEAN NON SKID ON BRAKE AND CLUTCH PEDALS?

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Thanks for the chart. Just what I need.


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I am very happy with VHT Epoxy in Satin or Gloss Black. No primer required.  It also comes labeled as VHT Roll Bar and Chassis paint
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1948 2A Body Customized
1949 3A W/S
1957 CJ5 Frame Modified
Late 50's 134L 9.25"clutch T90A D18 (1.25") D44/30 flanged E-Locker D25 5.38 Since 1962
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M38mike. Thanks. I'm glad I asked; that's a very comprehensive list.
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I don't see the transmission or transfer case listed, or the shifter canes, but I assume semi-gloss black? Thanx!

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I beg to differ about the color of the gas cap.  Every vintage photo that shows the cap shows that it was originally black.  Body color caps were most likely the result of repainting and contemporary observations,

Take a look at these Reference Photos.  Every gas cap that is visible is black.

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1947 CJ2A 122031 ACM 111989

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losttribe,
 
We folks here on the page put this list together over 2 years ago from the best information that we had available.  It was a collective effort to record the paint on each part of a Willys.
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4?-5? CJ2A/3A/M38 Jigsaw
51 M38 Green Jeanne
52 M38 Blue Mule, 51 M100 Blue Mule Tale
52 XM38EV1 Electro-Willys, 52 M100 Juice Box
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This list can be very helpful for a fussy restorer. Where did you get this? Is it from Willys literature?
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Before I get ready to reinstall my engine, I would like to repaint it in the factory rebuilt red. Does anyone know of a rattle-can color that will match?


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Also try Eastwood. Good stuff.
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leef, I've had good success with Rustoleum brand paints, both rattle can and in quarts.
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Can anyone recommend an adequate 'rattle can' primer, gloss black and semi-gloss black that would work well for some of the many small parts that require those colors?
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Just thought I'd say thanks; found this list while browsing Jeep sites (I'm more usually on the CJ3B page) but here in England we've started rebuilding a pile of rust that was once a '46 CJ-2A and I wanted to know what color the frame should be. I now have the answer! Yesterday we fitted a new rear crossmember to the frame.
 
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