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Old 09-12-2020, 01:28 PM   #3
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Re: Koenig King Winch

Here are more photos of the winch as it came apart. Hopefully when cleaning I won't find any hidden issues, but as of now things look good.
I did some searching for parts on the interweb and found a guy with a web site called Herm the Overdrive Guy. After looking around the site and then some Jeep sites for reviews on Herm I decided to contact him about some parts. That's when I saw he was just across the river in Washington so I called him and set up a time go meet and him on Labor Day.
Herm and his 2 employees were hard at working to package and ship parts out. Herm said they are super busy and running flat out to keep up with demand. I took the shafts with me and he agreed they weren't a problem so I got a gasket set, imput shaft seal, worm gear bearings, and a new brake pad and headed back home. Herm gave me some tips on reassembly and we talked cars for a bit before I left. Real nice folks with nice business supplying mostly early Jeep running gear parts.

http://hermtheoverdriveguy.com
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