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Front bumper; Riveted or bolted to the chassis
Topic Started: Jan 18 2018, 10:40 PM (146 Views)
dcwheels
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Yet another query.
How was the front bumper attached to the chassis rivet or bolt on a dj3a?
Thanks and regards.
Dc
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PapaC
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When that I custom fabricated my missing front bumper (measurements to specs but out of much heavier steel than originally used) I riveted it on and posted a picture here, now disappeared thanks to photobucket. Pretty quick it was pointed out to me by another member that still had the original bumper on his dj3a that the front bumper on his was attached by bolts instead of rivets. Had I know that in the beginning I myself would have used bolts instead of the time consuming rivets that I forged and used. Hope this helps!

Charles
Charles Tate....North Mississippi

1956 WILLYS DJ3A Convertible
Doing ground up nuts and bolt restoration by almost entirely reconditioning original used or a few NOS DJ3A parts.

1962 WILLYS DJ3A Convertible. (For research and parts only)
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dcwheels
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Thanks Charles, saved a lot of effort and more important doing something wrong.
(Charles , did you check my mail about the dj headlights.)
Thanks again.
Dinesh
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