Monday, December 3rd, 2018


You can rebuild it--tackle the T-84, it's not all that hard.
You can rebuild it–tackle the T-84, it’s not all that hard.
You can do it! Working on the WW2 jeep’s transmission-the T-84J is really pretty simple. It only has about 57 parts, if you follow my step by step instructions you should be able to do it in no time.
Trouble Shooting And Rebuilding The T-84J

This is a great gift for the jeep enthusiast. This book consolidates World War Two manuals with some modern know-how (and TONS OF PICTURES!) to help even the novice to rebuild their T-84J jeep transmission.

Description: Rebuild the T-84J WW2 jeep Transmission Yourself!

Synopsis: Trouble Shooting and Rebuilding The T-84J Transmission is an aid designed to help the novice to decide whether or not to rebuild the T-84J themselves. It covers all sorts of “tricks” and “how-to’s” for tearing down, cleaning, inspecting and then assembling the rebuilt transmission. You will learn troubleshooting tips. Why is your transmission jumping out of gear? Is the T-84J really supposed to be noisy? And much, much more!

You can get a copy of my book from bookstores or from Amazon.com.

 

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You know you believe..I believe!

You know you believe…I believe!

Santa and the WW2 1/4 Ton Truck Ceramic OrnamentSanta and the WW2 1/4 Ton Truck Ceramic Ornament

Everyone’s favorite Yuletide guy with everyone’s favorite little 4×4 that started it all.

A strand of gold thread makes it easy to hang this fantastic keepsake.  Click the link for details and to order.

  • Dimensions: 3.32″l x 2.37″w; Weight: 1.5 oz.
  • Made of white porcelain

 

You say you have enough Christmas ornaments?  Then you might be interested in Grandpa’s War Pony or Jeep – Its development and procurement under the Quartermaster Corps, 1940-1942. Both books are available from Amazon.com.

Other WW2 and WW2 jeep related books can also be found at Amazon.com with titles on troubleshooting WW2 vehicles, winterization of the jeep, the Ford Pygmy and others.  Check them out today and give the gift of knowledge to someone that loves old WW2 jeeps.