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  • Flat Belt Pulley for a Jeep

    Here's a rare accessory for a Jeep. I recall several farmers used Jeeps in the 50's and 60's, and this flat belt pulley could run a buzz saw or farm equipment.
    I saw this on the rear of a 1947 Jeep.


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    Tom, people died from those type of things or at least lost an arm ! I have stuff like that laying around here, but it's getting less all the time. Pat's scared now at his age !!
    Model A's and of course the famous AA's


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