"Fly away" Maintenance kit

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  1. ASK42

    ASK42 Farmall Cub

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    Fellow International Scout Owners
    I'm about to ship my '76 Scout II (Fuel injected, 345 .60 over with a Comp cam) to Poland and am gathering up anticipated spare parts to include in the shipment. In aviation we call this a "flyaway kit" as in; you fly away with all your anticipated spares. I've already got a heap of oil filters, a couple of belts and thermostats. Based on your experience what other consumable, high fail and heavy parts do you recommend I pick up before shipping? Any preferred suppliers?
    Thanks for the help
    Cheers
    Keith
     
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    Radiator hoses, transmission filter and gasket, fuel filters, and air filters. And front wheel bearing seals.
     
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    Alternator, water pump, ignition parts, carb kit, u joints,
     
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    Better yet just ship two scouts over!
     
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    Thanks for the responses.
    Any particular suppliers you'd recommend?

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