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Old 07-28-2001, 03:42 PM
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I know the old rule of thumb, but it doesn't seem to hold true for pre-72 J-trucks; where can I find a parts interchange manual/source for my '67?
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Old 07-29-2001, 02:57 PM
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Nothing holds true on the Kaisers other than the later stuff can be made to work. Check with your local boneyard, they may have and even let you look at their Hollander interchance book. You don't want to buy one as they are several hundred dollars
Of course you could always ask on this board, some one might know.

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Old 07-29-2001, 04:46 PM
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What are you trying to figure out 67??
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Old 07-30-2001, 12:54 PM
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Is there any common source for used Hollanders' or perhaps an online source?

J20: I don't know where to begin. Both doors complete, windshield, tailgate (w/ hook & eye closure), hood, shifter knobs, steering gear, various little crap, etc. I might do more if I had continuous access to informational resources.
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Old 07-30-2001, 01:11 PM
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There are old dealer service manuals and parts books out there for sale. I bought one off of Ebay and got another with one of my trucks. There are a lot of interchangeable parts for the Gladiator series (63-71) and some of the pre 75 model parts as well. If I knew what you needed, I maybe could tell you on some of the parts, although I'm no real mechanic like some of these guys on this forum. Also a lot of Wagoneer parts work, especially for the body from the back of the front doors forward. But man, I gotta tell ya, If you need a lot of parts, you'd be better off finding a truck that is in better condition or more complete, use the one you have for parts. You can buy pretty decent trucks out there if you just keep looking.
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Old 07-30-2001, 03:14 PM
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I got a 72 TSM for the trucks. If ya need anything email me. Also got a parts manual for 62-73 J-series. [img]smile.gif[/img]

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Old 07-31-2001, 02:27 AM
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<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by 67Gladiator:
Is there any common source for used Hollanders' or perhaps an online source?
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As Jeepbob said they're hundreds of dollars and are hard to find used. The factory shop manuals and parts books are still avail though. Keep checking ebay or for good quality repops drop Zack a line at
zmjeeps@twcny.rr.com
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J20: I don't know where to begin. Both doors complete, windshield, tailgate (w/ hook & eye closure), hood, shifter knobs, steering gear, various little crap, etc. I might do more if I had continuous access to informational resources.
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Doors from any truck or Wag will fit. Once you get to about 78 or so the latches and hinges changed so you need to get those too but the doors are the same. The beds changed in 73 and went to a double wall construction and the tailgates now have a latch rather than the pin/chain version so you're restricted to 72 and under for a tailgate. The dash/interior changed in 73 also so for misc dash stuff you'll have to stick w/72 and under. Hoods are interchanable but again the latch system changed in the later years.
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Old 07-31-2001, 04:39 AM
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The windshields are also the same and a later model steering column can be made to fit without cutting the dash. If you have a stick you can get a shift knob anywhere. If you need interior stuff, I am parting a j3000, so e-mail me with needs. Just don't be in a hurry as I am backed up right know, but I will get to it if you send a note.
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Old 08-02-2001, 01:17 PM
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I've already got the TSM for '66 - so if I can get info for anyone, please ask. What I was really looking for was the sort of information that Jeepbob and -Joe had. Thanks a lot, y'all.
And as far as replacing my rusted cow, wouldn't that defeat the purpose -- I mean, why not just buy new and save the hassle, right? The new Libertys sure are snappy looking...
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