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post #1 of (permalink) Old 11-03-2001, 02:41 PM
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Old School Willy\'s Wagon

Is an old school Willy's Wagon Considered a Fullsize?
Any way I have some questions
1.)Anyone using the Rancho 2.5" Springs for these old vehicles?
2.)Has anyone ever tried IH Scout II Axles?
3.)One more, Buick 231 V-6 has anyone tried that?
Any input would be great
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Re: Old School Willy\'s Wagon

You might want to look up Hurcules on the Jeepster board. I think he has a couple of wagons with differant drivetrains in em. Or just post this over there.

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Re: Old School Willy\'s Wagon

I consider mine a FSJ. I've got the 2.5" Rancho Springs, they're pretty stiff. I'm running a 283 V8, I would think the Buick would push a Wagon fine. Your T90 will hold up better with a V6. I'm running Wagoneer Dana 44s, I've heard the Scout axles are a good match. They have zero caster so you have to cut and reweld the knuckles to set it up properly.

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