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Some gas and a battery and you should hear it run where it sits before you decide to purchase or not.
Ignition Coil testing......
Option D - Diesel IH Powerstroke.
Engine oil itself does not "wear out". It gets dirty and the additive package gets "consumed" or wears out.
The oil itself can be re-refined and...
X2. That's what I did back in my 'mudding' days. Run the hose up high and put a vent on the end.
Look for a Motorcraft/Autolite 2100 series two barrel carb off a 70's era Ford product.
Do you have the old hose available?
Ft. Wayne Clutch & Driveline in Ft. Wayne Indiana.
They have a web presence and a land line....
Clean it up like I posted earlier, then post a photo of it.
As it looks now, I don't see any heat cracks or heated areas, so clean it and post a...
I'd clean that flywheel up with some Scotch-Brite & elbow grease.
R+R the pilot bearing & throw-out bearing as standard practice in this situation.
Depends on the year.
Yours, as per the photo on post #13 is a hydraulic actuated clutch 'set up'.
My truck has a cable.
Isn't the Service Manual set up in 17 groups/sections?
The same as the Parts Catalog and the Line Setting Ticket??
If you want to increase the compression ratio of an IH SV-8 engine:
a) Zero deck the block.
b) Mill the heads.
c) Instal the correct pistons.
No, the MC pushrod does not adjust pedal height.
Yes, the brake pedal should be higher than the gas pedal.
How about posting some photos of your...
You would need to bleed the master cylinder, off the truck. Then reinstall the MC, attach brake lines and P valve, then bleed each wheel brake....
Those bolts in the photo are not "flywheel bolts".
They are the bolts that attach the clutch cover to the flywheel.
Removing them at this time...
Assuming you have the Delco 10si internally regulated alternator, then Yes, that is possible. That may or may not be your problem though. You will...
Yes, that is the IH dual sump oil pan, used only on Scout & Scout II chassis with the SV-8 engines.
That is the correct oil pan for your '76...
Standard Scout II with an IH SV-8 engine: oil capacity is 5 quarts + 1 quart with oil filter change = 6 quarts total.
Extra hoses for a remote oil...
...and the Pacer has a 100" wheelbase, making it perfect for a body swap onto a Scout II chassis when your tub rots out.