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I got in touch with Henry's Parts. He had the wrong IH part number on his website. He does not have a brake booster.
Some people call them "boiler plugs".
Here's one on my 392 above the fuel pump location. Who knows how long it's been there!
I have an email into them already. I will give them a call this morning once the west coast wakes up.
I did check eBay. Those pics look promising!
That goes nowhere. Unless you go FI where it makes a nice return line.
I have been scoping out my D-Series Travelall equipped with AC as well for where the ECM can live. The dash is super packed! I bet you could...
Your tank does not have the ports for the liquid vapor separator. You currently have the big fill and the fill vent only.
OK. I did find Booster Dewey on the web. Seems like a good option. I'll call them tomorrow.
I know Jeff. Cardone not my #1 option for sure. Although the Terra has a Cardone reman on it!
The lines are 3/16 on the frame and on the rear. I was hoping the Scout II replacement hose would work but that one is a little too short. Isa's...
Seems the options are scarce out there for a replacement power brake booster for my 75 Travelall 150 2WD. My master cylinder (rear reservoir) is...
After some thinking, it is very likely the master cylinder is the culprit. The rear reservoir is leaking through the seals. I'm going to order a...
Wow! That's unique.
Thanks Jeff. What worked nice was pushing the spring washer flat and then slide the clip on.
This horseshoe retainer clips for the emergency brake lever are pesky. They don't go on easily with the provided spring washer. Any tips?
I picked up the Colonel at my Mom's house today. Brakes felt a little weak. I checked the fluid levels and the rear reservoir was dry! No clear...
Nowadays, best theft deterrent is a manual transmission!
You are right on the money. I have a perfectly cut 2X4.
If the Scout II hood hinged at the back I wouldn't be able to open it in my tiny garage (staircase in the way)!
I believe it's the same as found on many GM vehicles. Be careful with chrome. Too often the chrome job is done poorly and the shiny parts only...