The threaded rod/nut worked well for me. Not sure about the hydraulic press - you may end up fighting to get things positioned in your press. When you go that route please post some pics, help fortify this thread and forum!
Indeed it is. It is in my garage there in Boise. I'm up in Ketchum but make frequent trips back down. I can also arrange to have it put on my front porch early next week if that works for you? Call me and we'll figure something out: 208-283-6763. Thanks! - Calvin
It'd look pretty good on my pig. $20? :p
I've read decent reviews of those - seem to perform well despite budget pricing. Is this the same model?
If so, you could probably get ~75% of...
My rear blower motor shorted out (1975 FJ55) and melted itself to hell. Looking for a replacement motor - I posted in the piggy section and was guided here to a larger audience. Pretty sure the 40/55 motors are identical.
I'm OK if it needs a refurbishing - just procured a shiny new...
Well, if winter refuses to "go away already" I suppose I should get my heater fixed. The rear blower motor is roached, a short essentially melted the entire shelf where the brushes attached. If anyone has a motor around please let me know. Don't need the whole assembly, just the motor.
Fantastic tech, thanks. In the thread you linked, Jim steers away from tapping as the block is pretty hard steel, yet the other says it's a must. My path will be decided by whether or not I can source that tap AND get to it with the engine in place!
Love that tractor mechanic vid, either way.