Need help IDing trans and finding a rebuild kit

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  1. steve whitby

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    The numbers I’ve found on casting
    570
    584
    8103
    25J604CI
    22526
    182
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  3. Dana Strong

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    Just for your information, the highlighted number is the unit's IH Part Number and if you had a Parts Book for that vehicle model and year, it should show a breakdown view, the various parts with their associated numbers, and rebuild kits and gaskets. Sometimes the latter numbers bring up hard-to-find parts on the internet, including on EBay. For transmissions, Novak is a good source of both information and parts.
     
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    This transmission is not a T-90. I doubt Novak can help you on this transmission. Novak is a great outfit, but the range of units that they service is very limited. Call them, and find out.
    Just for your information, the highlighted number is NOT the unit's IH Part Number. It is the IH casting number for the rear bearing retainer, and if you had a Parts Book for that vehicle model and year, 250604C1 will not be in it, because it was serviced as an assembly, which included the speedo driven gear bushing. The Parts Book will help you with the other things that Dana mentions.
    This transmission had a major design change, around the time that your truck was built. Unfortunately, IH failed to keep track of when the "improved" units entered their truck production line. So the vehicle serial number does not help to I.D. early or late style.
    Steve, IF I have time this weekend, I will see if I have a service manual for this transmission, and what parts I have in stock. I'm quite sure I have a bearing and seal kit.
     
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  5. steve whitby

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    thanks man I appreciate it. I kinda knew it wasn’t a t 90 cause everything I’ve read says it would be stamped. Whatever you could get me would help.
     
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    All of these pictures are too close to see what you have. I have a 61-71 Chiltons truck repair manual, I bet it’s in there. But I can’t tell what you got in your pictures.
     
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    I’m zoomed in on the numbers, I’ll take some pictures of it when I get a chance
     
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    If that were my truck, I would toss that old column shift three-speed trans and install either a T18A or T19A four-speed floor shift transmission.
     
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    That would be, most likely, a T4 column shifted 3 speed. You don't mention any problems. If it just leaks, get numbers off of the seals to source or cross and source new ones; and make your own gaskets. If you need parts, try tracking down IH vendors and also Portland Transmission Exchange. They may have books and resources that can far exceed hours on the internet or local jobbers. When you make your own gaskets, pay attention to the original's thickness and copy as close as possible.
     
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    its grinding 2nd gear real bad and I have a decent amount of play in the spline input shaft where most of the gear fluid is coming from. I’ll be dropping it off somewhere this weekend cause it’s out of my wheelhouse to know what is actually going on with it.
     
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    those aren’t very easy to come by either. Plus I’ve spent all my budget for this year, pulling and sealing the engine. And it’s kinda nice that I don’t have to worry about anyone stealing it, or even asking to drive it cause no one knows how. I leave the keys in it everywhere I go cause the people who know how to drive it in New Jersey aren’t the people who would steal a car.
     

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    I would have to agree with greg. Its a T4. Heres parts listing. Out of '67 parts book. I believe yours is a 67 as well. No front marker light like most 68s have. It may have been sold new in 68. Thats how they get titled.
     
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    I would have to agree with greg. Its a T4. Heres parts listing. Out of '67 parts book. I believe yours is a 67 as well. No front marker light like most 68s have. It may have been sold new in 68. Thats how they get titled.
     
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    I would have to agree with greg. Its a T4. Heres parts listing. Out of '67 parts book. I believe yours is a 67 as well. No front marker light like most 68s have. It may have been sold new in 68. Thats how they get titled.
     
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    20200329_094832.jpg 20200329_094700.jpg 20200329_094630.jpg I would have to agree with greg. Its a T4. Heres parts listing. Out of '67 parts book. .also 2nd page of parts listing im having trouble getting it to post.thx stroker !
     
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    If you agreed three times, you must really mean it.

     
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    Oh shit ! Woops.howd that happen ? LoL.damn phone. My bad
     
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    No worries dude. I appreciate everyone’s help.
     
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    Could be OCD, do it right once; do it twice more to be sure. We take forever to close a door.
     
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