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Take apart and put together a Jeep drill

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UPDATE: This is also known as a “Jiffy Jeep”

I thought I had posted a similar video about a competition; maybe I just saw that video somewhere.  Anyhow, this is a fun video to watch.  Thanks for forwarding it Felix!  If the video doesn’t work, try going here.


7 Comments on “Take apart and put together a Jeep drill

  1. Steve E.

    I don’t remember where I saw the Jeep “take apart” competition video, but here’s the link I bookmarked. If I remember right, I found this here on E-willys. This is really cool to watch. It gives you inspriation to start another project. Jeeps are just this simple! Then I got to thinking, I wouldn’t climb any hills with this quick release Jeep….. Still cool none-the-less.
    **Steve E.**

  2. HOG

    Dave i sent it to you awile back,, You know i didnt see the brakes bled or the radiator refilled… Guess them boys are good,,,

  3. deilers

    Ok, I need to hunt that post down … I didn’t mark it with a video tag.

    I had a discussion with Sam about the video this afternoon. He and Lee talked this video over and here are their thoughts.

    The radiator probably uses a quick disconnect system of some kind, so no drainage necessary, similar to something used on aircraft.

    They probably use a radio controlled transfercase brake.

    The tranny is likely a radio controlled automatic with forward and reverse.

    They likely use a radio controlled carb (notice no gas pedal cable).

    It appears they use a one wire distributor to simplify the electrical.

  4. Blaine

    It’s all the these little details that makes it slow to tear down and rebuild a vehicle. We just need to skip all those pesky bolts, wires and hoses.

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