'66 Travelall 2wd leftovers including 304/BW auto

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  1. carnuck

    carnuck Farmall Cub

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    NO REAR QUARTER GLASS (that's why I bought it. )

    I have both rear quarter panels C pillar to tail light (I need a piece of the roof seam and had planned to get a boat glass guy make replacements out of Lexan or similar non-breakable material)

    Rad is still under consideration for the AMC V8 swap I plan on the '68 1100C TA.

    It's torsion bar front end and seemed pretty tight when I cut the rear frame off (rear frame was totally rusted from sitting in a field and towing trailer in/out of water)

    Open to offers

    For swaps,
    I need Jeep XJ rear 3" lift springs (for my Eagle wagon)

    V8 frame side mounts for '75ish (off a 400 is perfect, but supposedly the same as SV.)

    Stepside rear fenders (I have a Jtruck, but the Scout stepside looked similar enough or Willys pickup)
     
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  2. A1911Handler

    A1911Handler Farmall Cub

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    Are the motor mounts on the front or side?

    I'd be willing to come out and take a look at it. I think the block is stamped near the exhaust manifold, not under it. If it is a 304, I am interested.

    Zach

    Where near Seattle? North, South, East, West?
     
  3. Bill USN-1

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    I assume it's a 2wd with the BW auto?
    If Zach can't use the engine and trans I may be interested.

    My 304 is clearly stamped on the small machined pad just behind the fuel pump. You have to clean it very good and sometimes scrape the paint off to leave the numbers visible.
    My 266, I can't read a distintive number on the pad just letters.
     
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    A1911Handler Farmall Cub

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    I'm only interested in the engine, but I'll give you the trans if you get your hauler out and move stuff around for me.

    I think you should start a new business called Hamiltons Hauling.

    Just kidding. As far as I am concerned I'll buy the whole thing and you can have the trans. I'll give it to you at Jim Creek! If I buy the thing I'll need to track down a bellhousing, but I think it won't be hard to find one. I'd like to keep as much of my drivetrain as possible.

    Then I'll send it off to the machine shop and pay them two hundred bucks a month until its done.
     
  5. carnuck

    carnuck Farmall Cub

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    It is 2wd.
     
  6. carnuck

    carnuck Farmall Cub

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    I'm in Lynnwood but it's near Index right now. I need a flatdeck trailer to bring it down here, but mine needs a deck (rotted off)
     
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    carnuck Farmall Cub

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    Someone may buy my smaller trailer tonight or tomorrow which will give me the $$ I need for a new deck on the bigger trailer so I can bring the front half down possibly sunday..
     
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    carnuck Farmall Cub

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    Small trailer is gone and as soon as I find some decking material I'll load the front half on my big trailer and bring it down here. Likely tomorrow.
     
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    carnuck Farmall Cub

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    My helper bailed but I hope to load it on the new trailer tomorrow or wednesday. I just need tires for it that can handle the weight of the front half of the TA (single axle trailer frame from a travel trailer)
     
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    carnuck Farmall Cub

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    Got it loaded on the trailer (having a helpful neighbor with a forklift rocks!) and the tires gave from age. As soon as I replace them it'll be ready to move.

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    I got the tires but now my wife has plans for me this weekend. If anyone wants to see it, I'll have it in Lynnwood by monday night (barring crappy weather) At least I got the tires done.
     
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    carnuck Farmall Cub

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    It's here in Lynnwood/Bothell! If I find my box of ignition screws, I'm going to try to start it up. Still turns fine by hand. Check out the 2wd suspension parts.

    4x4 front Dana 44 closed knuckle axle or parts thereof from the '68 will be for sale soon.

    Today's pics.

    http://s6.photobucket.com/user/carnuck/library/for sale stuff/IH parts

    It will be sold or gone soon.
     
  13. Randall Barringer

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    if that dana 44 front on the 68 has the 12x2 front brakes I might be interested in the drums.
    thanks,
    Randy
     
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    I'm not sure what size on the T/A 4x4 axle. My J4000 axle has 2 3/4" by 11" shoes and drums (near new). The 2wd has 11" drums
     
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    if the fronts are 12x2 for a 4x4 please let me know.
    thanks,
    Randy
     
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    I won't know till my next trip up Hwy 2
     
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    carnuck Farmall Cub

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    all 4 rims (5 on 4.5") with center caps $100

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    Right inner fenderwell (I have the left inner and both outers and quarters as well)

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    Rad saddle/grill support $100

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    I need to figure how to swap the column shift from the '66 to the '68 and I'll be good to go for that part of the swap.
     
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    Fixed the ALL pics link


    More pics today


    Torn down to bare frame with motor on it. Torsion bar suspension goes to the torch by monday to make the pieces small enough to fit in my truck.

    Firewall is cut in half (down the middle) The air vents fell out from rust but the outside metal looks okay?

    Added more pics today.


    http://s6.photobucket.com/user/carnuck/library/for_sale_stuff/IH_parts?sort=3&page=1

    Hopefully the link is fixed. *$^&@#%@ Photobucket turns a space in an album name into gibberish!

    Discovered I was wrong about the dash in my '68 being steel! It does has a pad (albeit cracked from the summer sun) If I get real ambitious I may swap it out when I fix the wiring (the harness appears to be aftermarket and mine was just farmer rigged)

    I decided to save the A pillars for repairing mine. What a ton of screws holding that thing together!
     
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  19. carnuck

    carnuck Farmall Cub

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    fixed links again. Photobucket did something weird this weekend.

    Still have the Ross manual box (with the auto shifter tube removed) $25

    motor and trans are gone

    Edit: Ross box gone. Still have front fenders, hood, grill/rad support and front inner fenders and rear quarters.
     
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  20. carnuck

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    Guess I need to round up all the leftovers I don't need for a garage sale. Caps and rims are long gone. (who knew the Ford guys would be nuts over the 15" skinny wheels?)
     

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