1941 - 1945, MB, GPW, Wanted jeeps or parts... list your needs.
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- Sergeant Major of the Gee
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Lots of luck! When I was in the market for the same, I had over 250 readers and not one response. Finally went with a Sanders timing set. Actually, a Sanders timing set (available from RFJP) is not much more expensive than what you would pay for NOS gears and repro chain and no one sees it under the timing cover. Plus you can get the Sanders set in just days.
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I'd add that from everything I've read the Sanders timing set is as good if not better then a NOS set.
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