M-2, M-3 and M-5 military trucks

Discussion in 'IHC Military Vehicles' started by John Donnelly, Aug 16, 2007.


  1. Pintelhook11over

    Pintelhook11over Farmall Cub

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    I'm tried my favorite Napa in my neck of the woods, it is a distribution hub that all the little Napa's draw parts from. Couldn't find any current part numbers on the computer with the 1944 RD361 method. Then tried to look in an old paper copy book and those all showed special order, when they tried to order in the oil pan/valve cover gaskets they called back and said unavailable.

    The good parts guys I talk to tried other sources they use and one number by Dana gaskets was still available.

    As for my location I'm in Southern California, truck is parked in Eastvale Ca, zip is 92880.

    Still figuring out the binder site, spent a lot of time on the G503 site wrenching/documenting on my G506 1.5 ton Chevy.

    Seems like to upload photos from my phone it wants an actual photo. Haven't figured out how to upload an existing photo from a Google photo library...
     
  2. George Yingst

    George Yingst Farmall Cub

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    Guess I should have specified better. You will find nothing for the RD361 most anywhere. The RD450 is very common although its been out of production a few decades now.
    Good luck. Olsen will have them for sure either way likely.

    Good luck on the phone thing too. I use my phone for calling. No idea how to do most anything else with it.
     
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    Pintelhook11over Farmall Cub

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    Stopped by the truck and snapped a few new snap shots:

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    Pintelhook11over Farmall Cub

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    Not used to posting this way...

    Tried to post them all as full first, then individually, but it didn't show duplicates untill I posted...

    Operator error for sure!
     
  6. George Yingst

    George Yingst Farmall Cub

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    You'll get used to it.
    Interesting it looks like they put the original updraft manifolding on the later engine. I see it has the IH logo cast into the block so its a later engine. Not sure just when they made that change but the earlier ones have the triple diamond logo cast in them.
    Looks very savable. Good luck with your project.
     
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    I have a very large inventory of RD gasket sets NOS. I also have walking beam bushings. along with a lot of other NOS and take out parts.
    email me vought@msn.com.
    Dave
     
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    Ardennes region today two internationals out playing in the woods



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    Pintelhook11over Farmall Cub

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    Outstanding!

    I wonder who those old War Horses were originally to.
     

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