Some Handy Mighty Mite Info (PART NUMBERS)

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Re: Some Handy Mighty Mite Info (PART NUMBERS)

Post by Bill H. » Mon Jun 18, 2012 11:02 am

Leaf spring shackle bushings:

Suspension Restoration Company (http://www.suspension.com" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;) part #2121. Cost is $1.50 each. 16 bushings are required. They are made of polyurethane with a durometer of approx. 94 on the A scale. I just installed a set on my Mite. Very easy to install, less than an hour for all, front and back.
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Re: Some Handy Mighty Mite Info (PART NUMBERS)

Post by Bill H. » Wed Jul 25, 2012 3:49 pm

Does anyone have a good number for the axle shaft universal joints? I talked to Ron Alred the other night and he thought they were some odd tractor PTO U-Joint :?

We really need to keep this going and updated.
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Re: Some Handy Mighty Mite Info (PART NUMBERS)

Post by markrdje » Mon Nov 26, 2012 5:59 pm

I have a 151,A2, and I am wondering if they are completely different from a mighty mite(in parts,accessories)I know the engine was completely different
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Re: Some Handy Mighty Mite Info (PART NUMBERS)

Post by lawverdict » Sun Mar 31, 2013 5:35 pm

A carb rebuild kit number and brake master cylinder rebuild number would be appreciated.

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Re: Some Handy Mighty Mite Info (PART NUMBERS)

Post by ron alred » Wed Apr 03, 2013 4:39 pm

No one has been ablt to come up with the correct carb kit any more. I have nos new carbs and master cyls if you are interested. e mail me for prices please
Alredmilitaryvehicles@gmail.com thanks Ron Alred 423 580 0472


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Re: Some Handy Mighty Mite Info (PART NUMBERS)

Post by Austringer » Wed Apr 03, 2013 8:49 pm

The Master Cylinders Ron has are just about perfect.

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Re: Some Handy Mighty Mite Info (PART NUMBERS)

Post by mspeters » Thu Apr 18, 2013 6:21 pm

Rear Halfshafts - to replace some missing shafts in my parts rig , a spicer long yoke shaft (no pic) and yoke sleeve worked for me. It has longer spline travel, no jacking need to remove. This is a 1.375" splines. shock clearance is tight.

yoke sleeve 2-3-8021KX
yoke shaft 2-82-201X
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New Transmission Mounts

Post by BigBlock » Mon May 20, 2013 8:43 am

New Replacement Rear Engine/Transmission mounts (2 needed per mite)
UPC: 81106021502
Brand: Anchor
Part number: 2150
Sold at O'Reilly Auto Parts
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Price $2.50 (That's right, $5 per pair.)
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C'mon guys! These are being sold on ebay for $25 - $35 per pair.
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M422 #182, #1265
M422A1 #1673, #1788, #1843, #1846, #1957, #2260, #2883, #3284, #3743

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New Clutch Plate and Disk

Post by BigBlock » Mon May 20, 2013 8:59 am

Clutch Kit: Plate, Disk, Bearing, Tool

The pilot bushing and throw-out bearing sleeve from this kit are not compatible, but the pressure plate, clutch disk, and allignment tool are perfect.
The throwout bearing and sleeve can be separated if you want to use the new bearing with your original sleeve.

Part number: k5317-02 (Also fits lots of early Jeeps - 1945 - 1972)
Cost varies from $90 - $120

Available:
http://www.carpartkings.com/sachs-clutc ... 17-02.html
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http://www.oreillyauto.com/site/c/detai ... &ppt=C0015
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M422 #182, #1265
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Re: Some Handy Mighty Mite Info (PART NUMBERS)

Post by Jim Sanders » Mon May 20, 2013 2:34 pm

Clearly I need to get the clutch kit to have on hand - since it will fit the Mite or my '46 CJ-2A --and sooner or later one of them will need it.
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Re: Some Handy Mighty Mite Info

Post by Benny77 » Fri Nov 08, 2013 3:08 am

acmack wrote:Anyone have the numbers for rod bearings and mains? Are NOS okay? I was thinking I should do them since I have the motor torn down for a jug swap anyway. David
Does any one know of a mighty mite dealer or mechanic out of Ohio a few years ago? I know the man also had a small museum and restored mighty mites.

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Re: Some Handy Mighty Mite Info (PART NUMBERS)

Post by Benny77 » Fri Nov 08, 2013 3:12 am

ron alred wrote:No one has been ablt to come up with the correct carb kit any more. I have nos new carbs and master cyls if you are interested. e mail me for prices please
Alredmilitaryvehicles@gmail.com thanks Ron Alred 423 580 0472

Does any one know of a mighty mite dealer or mechanic out of Ohio a few years ago? I know the man also had a small museum and restored mighty mites.

Ben

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Re: Some Handy Mighty Mite Info (PART NUMBERS)

Post by Austringer » Fri Nov 08, 2013 5:17 am

Are you talking about Off Road Floater Equipment?
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Re: Some Handy Mighty Mite Info (PART NUMBERS)

Post by acmack » Fri Nov 08, 2013 7:23 am

Off Road Floater did do Mite motor rebuilds.

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Re: Mighty Mite Restoration

Post by Benny77 » Fri Nov 08, 2013 2:45 pm

Brian: I'm Ben. Do you know of a business owner out in Ohio that restores Mighty Mites, and has a small military vehicle museum on the grounds?

I spoke with him a few years ago and I obtained a few years ago when I visited this site.

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