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Re: 1964 M151 Kaiser

Postby muttguru » November 13th, 2016, 12:28 pm

Vin, that's very nice indeed. Are you going to leave the road tyres on?
Ken
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Always wanted - Details and pictures of M151 data plates & body-tags for my research. Thanks!

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Re: 1964 M151 Kaiser

Postby Vzike » November 14th, 2016, 7:54 am

Yes. This one has so much work done, it really is not a show car. The road tires make it safer and more comfortable for riding. If someone wants the mil tires, they can cough up the money for them.
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Army 1968 - 2002 Retired
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1998 ENCORE M151A2 (daily driver)
Projects:
1978 KSA M151A2
1966 M151A1 (sold)
1970 M151A2
1964 M151 Kaiser Uncut FOR SALE
1977 M151A2 (Blue) SOLD
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Re: 1964 M151 Kaiser

Postby Vzike » November 14th, 2016, 1:45 pm

Here is the list of what went into this.... I may have missed some items

Upgrade list 1964 Kaiser M151

Panels
Rear panel complete
Rear floor, complete
Drivers floor
Passenger floor
Battery tray
half of fuel tank floor
right side panel
lower half of left side panel
used left front fender
front of used right fender
front of right rear fender flare
front of left rear fender flare
10 footman loops
Used dash board

NOS or New
Front Bumper
Hitch chain mount
Rear wire harness
Front wire harness
Horn button
Top
Wheel cyliinders
Wheel seals
Wheel bearings
All rubber brake lines
Windshield rubber seal
Windshield to cowling seal
Both Wiper motors
Fuel lines
Pioneer straps
front drive shaft
rear drive shaft
Rear springs
Fly wheel
Clutch
Pilot and throw out bearing
Fuel Pump
Water pump
Battery tray drain tubes
Battery tray
Shift boot (transmission)
Shift boot (cover)
Brake (four) cylinders
Windshield bumpers
vacuum lines for wipers
fan belts
Turn signal switch

Used
Pintal hitch
Top frame
side canvas curtains
Door canvas
(2) wheel axels
Hood

Rebuilt
Engine and head
Distributer
Carborater
60 Amp Alternator
Front frame horns
Brakes
Rear lights
Front light buckets
Radiator

Significant Items
Body sandblasted
Body primed and painted
Windshield frame sandblasted
Windshield frame primed and painted
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[color=#008000]Vin Zike
Army 1968 - 2002 Retired
9th ID VN
'74 - '02 SOCOM

1998 ENCORE M151A2 (daily driver)
Projects:
1978 KSA M151A2
1966 M151A1 (sold)
1970 M151A2
1964 M151 Kaiser Uncut FOR SALE
1977 M151A2 (Blue) SOLD
MVPA #35903
FLMVPA member
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Re: 1964 M151 Kaiser

Postby Vzike » December 9th, 2016, 6:16 pm

After driving this MUTT around some, I realized it had some bugs. The noise it made was horrible. So, I swapped out the rear differential. I really could not tell where it was coming from. That did nothing to quiet it down. Since I bought two complete power packs a couple years ago from a storage warehouse, I pulled one of the trannys, and prepped it for this MUTT. This morning I worked on resolving a fuel gauge issue. After lunch (1PM), I pulled it in the garage, and started pulling the power pack. At 5:30, I drove it out, completely finished, and it now sounds great!
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[color=#008000]Vin Zike
Army 1968 - 2002 Retired
9th ID VN
'74 - '02 SOCOM

1998 ENCORE M151A2 (daily driver)
Projects:
1978 KSA M151A2
1966 M151A1 (sold)
1970 M151A2
1964 M151 Kaiser Uncut FOR SALE
1977 M151A2 (Blue) SOLD
MVPA #35903
FLMVPA member
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Re: 1964 M151 Kaiser

Postby Vzike » December 11th, 2016, 8:28 am

Changed out the leaky front differential yesterday an took it for a 60 mile ride. This is one of the quietest MUTTs I've driven.
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[color=#008000]Vin Zike
Army 1968 - 2002 Retired
9th ID VN
'74 - '02 SOCOM

1998 ENCORE M151A2 (daily driver)
Projects:
1978 KSA M151A2
1966 M151A1 (sold)
1970 M151A2
1964 M151 Kaiser Uncut FOR SALE
1977 M151A2 (Blue) SOLD
MVPA #35903
FLMVPA member
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