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    Posted: 10 Jan. 2019 at 5:05pm
HEY,JUST TRYING TO FIND ANOTHER SHOULDER BOLT FOR GENERATOR SUPPORT

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Which bolt? the MBs and GPWs had a quick disconnect feature to allow for water crossings.
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HEY
CJ2A HAS BRACKET TO BLOCK AND GENERATOR BOLTS INTO IT USING 2 SHOULDER BOLTS.

I HAVE ONE THAT IS STRIPPED OUT AND JUST NEED THE ONE.


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Hey

Bracket on the block which generator sets in and is secured by 2 shoulder bolts.

One is stripped and that's what I need.

CJ2A 1946 134   L HEAD

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Most of the repro bolts are wrong.

Ron Fitzpatrick Jeep Parts has the only ones made from the original Spec that I know of.
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Send me a pic of what one your after, I'm sure I have a spare.
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HI ALL,THANKS FOR THE RESPONSES...………..MY BOLT IS ON THE WAY
KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK ON HERE.

THANKS AGAIN

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   Happy days are here again !

   That's good news to get a good lead on those bolts.
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