1977 Scout Traveler Build in east TN

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  1. J.J.

    J.J. Lives in an IH Dealership

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    Great to meet you too Jay, and always happy to help. You are welcome anytime at the dealership!

    JJ in TN
     
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    MrKenmore Y-Block King

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    I would stick with the 5/16" nylon if you're staying carb. Worked for 40 years. I used 3/8 and 5/16 NiCopp on my FI Terra.
     
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    jeff campbell Lives in an IH Dealership

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    Also called # 11. Also on the box it comes into the IHC factory.
     
  4. cbsquidss

    cbsquidss Farmall Cub

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    Thanks for the info
     
  5. cbsquidss

    cbsquidss Farmall Cub

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    I agree, and have a roll of 5/16" nylon but in thinking about the possible upgrades in the future figured that EFI is a possibility, so running the 3/8 NiCopp now sounds like a good idea.
     
  6. cbsquidss

    cbsquidss Farmall Cub

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    Labor Day weekend was beautiful here in E Tenn, so got my frame cleaned up -wire wheel/angle grinder, medial blaster & gallons of greaser. A couple coats of etching primer hopefully will protect it for the next 30 years, and next step is to cover with Raptor bed liner. Also cleaned up the axles, etching primer & Rust-Oleum - we'll see how that holds up over time. Brakes were all new the last time I drove it ~ 15-20 years ago, so I'll take them apart and clean up hoping everything is still right & tight.
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  7. cbsquidss

    cbsquidss Farmall Cub

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    We got ~ 3 coats of Raptor bedliner on the frame last night. With the etching primer and Raptor bedliner I think the frame is ready for another 40-50 years. Now I can start putting my Traveller back together... slow and steady, right?
     

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    cbsquidss Farmall Cub

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    Got the Rough Country 2.5" kit installed after stripping, priming & painting (Raptor bed liner) the springs. Also installed Energy Suspension bushings, so hopefully they will outlast me. Also used D&C Extreme spring shackles, front and back, and made the stock sway bar fit by modifying the original shackles.
     

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    cbsquidss Farmall Cub

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    Started adding the new Inline Tube SS brake lines and IH Parts America SS flex hoses, and ran into a small issue. Where the heck is that little Tee fitting that goes on the driver's side front line? I looked for hours for the little brass fitting, and then thought that maybe I was smart and left it attached to the original flex hose... sure enough, there it was...
     

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