(Not So) Modern Jeep ProblemsPosted in How To: Transmission Drivetrain on August 1, 2011
Like stuck-up rich bitches carrying little dogs, there’s always a new trend happening. In our world, it’s a resurgence in buying, building, and wheeling vintage Jeeps. It’s all the rage—and we’re talking not just taking a Willys body and draping it over modern running gear. No, we’re talking about trail riding caveman-style, with 70-year-old Spicer war clubs and 10-spline shafts of doom. But what if you haven’t spent the past decade mixing knuckle pudding in your sink or tracking down the original formula for cosmoline? Don’t worry; we’re here to help. Whether you’re a vintage newbie or an old pro eager to shoot holes in our suggestions, read on for some stuff you’ll want to worry about if you’re wheeling a vintage ragbox.