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Old 04-15-2014, 09:41 PM   #1
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what type of engine oil

just pickup 1964 cj 5 with 44000 miles.it was seting since 1973. all original i put 40 weight wolfs head oil new tune up runs good 4cyl.. i need some insight on the 4 wheel drive its got 2 levers and the 3 peed stick tranny.how this work and what about the lockout hubs in front. any help thanksClick image for larger version

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Old 04-15-2014, 09:51 PM   #2
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I think one lever is transfer case hi/low, another is 2wd/4wd, and then the gear selector

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thanks thats what i thought, but what about the lock hubs on the front wheels
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thanks thats what i thought, but what about the lock hubs on the front wheels
You lock them b4 going into 4wd, otherwise the axle shafts just spin.
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You lock them b4 going into 4wd, otherwise the axle shafts just spin.
thank you for the info.. now i need to figure out what tire size to put on it..and what size did it come with . its got 600x15 whats the new size .
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I have a dual stick transfer case in my 81 CJ7, but what mine is the left stick controls the front wheels and the left controls the rear. If you move both sticks to the rear all tires are engaged into high power. And vise versa if I move both sticks to the front all tires are engaged to low. But if I'm just driving on the road I have the front tires in neutral (the middle) ,and the rear in high. And when ever you do put it in 4WD you have to adjust the front hubs to lock them in 4WD, or else your going to have a problem. If I were you I would look online at the transfer case to see what was factory for that year. The reason is because idk if it's like mine or like what the others said. I got my transfer case off a 77CJ. Hope this helps.

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