Automotive Trouble Shooting For WW2 Wheeled Vehicles (Paperback)
Trouble shooting WW2 wheeled military trucks has never been easier Automotive Trouble Shooting For World War Two Wheeled Vehicles, Volume 2, is a useful manual for anyone and it takes off where volume one ended Learn about the engine oil system. Do you know what to look for when rebuilding a block? Problems with valves? Find out how to trouble shoot and adjust the valves for wheeled vehicles. Problems with the clutch rattling? Check this manual out Worried about your transmission or transfer case making noises? Check out the trouble shooting section. Any noises coming from your propeller shafts, universal joints or axles? Its discussed here. Trouble shooting the wheels, hubs, andrims? Chassis. Steering. Do you have brakeproblems, including Hydrovac brakes? Its all here and much more. Put a copy in your WW2 truckfor those little roadside emergencies Originally produced by the US Gov't, Ordnance School, Aberdeen Proving Ground, August, 1945.Edited by Robert Notman.
About the Author
Mr. Notman has been interested in World War Two vehicles, particularly a 1942 Ford GPW jeep since 1980 when he bought one. He has dragged this jeep all over the country. Bought it in Florida, moved for training to California, then on to North Dakota for his military job. Five years later his job moved him to North Pole, Alaska. He had a blast in Alaska driving the jeep at -45F! Then he moved back to Florida. Retired from the Air Force in 1995 and then went back to work outside the Federal Government. In his spare time he writes or edits books related to WW2 jeeps, some of these are available through Amazon.com and others are available elsewhere. See his home page on www.42FordGPW.com for more.