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We're starting a new section of useful links that are widely applicable. You may make nominations to the moderators. The article need not be in this forum, or even on the ORC site, but it must address a common problem. Here's the first:

RRich's Propane Trick write up; a very handy method of diagnosing fuel mixture problems.
Propane Trick

John Strenk's CJ gauge troubleshooting guide. Everything you ever wanted to know about instrument problems.
CJ Speedometer Gauge Quick Test

To use a stock tachometer for an engine with more cylinders, here's a link to jeeperjohn's modification: UPDATE>>>YJ tach and engine swap

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Cool wheeling map

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Jeep - Steel Soldier

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Factory Wiring Diagrams @ The Automotive Research Desk

A very good on-line parts catalog for the popular Motorcraft 2100 & 2150 carburetors:
Motor Craft 2 BBL

A very handy driveshaft reference is here: http://www2.dana.com/pdf/J321-CV.PDF

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