100 inch scout2

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  1. JWolfe

    JWolfe Farmall Cub

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    It's not a traveler, but still set up for full top, WHAT IS IT ? 20190502_121616.jpg
     
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    Scott L High Wheeler

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    Not seeing the issue here? Looks like any SII with full top removed to me.
     
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    JWolfe Farmall Cub

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    Was under the impression that it had to be 118 inches wheel base to be a traveler,
    So just trying to get model right
     
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    International Harvester Scout II, 100" WB.
    ALL Scout models have removable tops.
     
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    BinderBookie High Wheeler

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    The technically correct term for a 100 inch Scout, the one International used, was Traveltop. The Traveler was 118 inches as was the Terra. And, as was stated above, all the tops were removable.
     
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    JWolfe Farmall Cub

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    Ok was having argument with parts house over what it was thanx for clarity
     
  7. Jeff Jamison

    Jeff Jamison Lives in an IH Dealership

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    All of the mechanical parts are the same on a Scout and a traveler,just the traveler is 18 inches longer with a different top.
     
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    JWolfe Farmall Cub

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    Thanks to all, I'm clear on this now,
    Got brake job to do this weekend, will be so relieved to have my own ride after months on sitting.
     

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