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Discussion in 'Northwest Binders' started by Mark Ashford, Jun 19, 2009.
looking for oil lines for diesel scout. with jesco out i turn to you
Need a good running 727.
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'71 Loadstar 1800 dump bed stakeside 345 std with PTO, power steering, 2 speed rear end. odo reads 17,000 miles, but that's farm miles. It sat a long time before I got it running. Needs brake work (master cyl was empty when I got it) and a cab swap (found one for $100 in much better shape)
First $1000 takes it (near Seattle)
I topped off the brake fluid and bled it so there appears to be "some" braking now.
looking for a lower passenger door hinge for '62 C102.
Two IC 392s. One complete from carb to trans, other short block. Lynnwood, WA
I was going to pull my 258 and replace with a 392. The machine costs are beyond what I can afford. Given the price of what I wanted to do with it, I would rather buy a 392 with a 4x4 Travelall wrapped around it already. Thanks for looking!
Selling one IH 392, complete from carb to trans. Motor pulled from IH pickup truck. Disassembled for machine shop, now just sitting there. Not cleaned, bolts are bagged and labeled. 2wd 4sp trans, unknown if wide or narrow ratio. Motor and trans came to me bolted together. Oil pan on this one was 2wd version, not the extremely deep pan.
Second block was pro built, but no paperwork. I came across it at a machine shop who rebuilt it and the original customer skipped out on the tab. It has an oil pan on it (extremely tall pan), but no front anything and no heads. New internals, bored .20 over. Reused the cam.
Spare double hump oil pan with rebuilt oil pump. Scout style motor mounts. Alternator bracket. Original cast iron water pump. I am sure there are a few more bits and pieces. I have been buying parts for about a year now in anticipation of the swap.
Not willing to sell off in pieces. Would like to be in the 900 dollar range, but also want the stuff off of my garage floor.
Load star is long gone. It's back to work as a tow truck.
posting for my Dad, if that's not kosher feel free to delete.
4WD '63 3/4 ton with 1ton rear spring pack, on '88 14 bolt GM corporate rear axle with Detroit posi-track locker, service body with lumber rack, 5 speed manual, 8000# Ramsey PTO winch, '68 304cid that ran propane most of it's life in a 2wd, Power Steering and Brakes from later model IHC.
Minor rust in DS fender at lower firewall, rear; and in cab below the center vent.
Located in the Skagit Valley, WA, currently not running but has no known problems other than being parked too long.
Call Tom at 360-483-9218 cell, I think this is the 18th IHC my dad has owned, He'll be able to answer questions better than I can.
or contact me (Tim) at 541-359-7545 cell, or timblume9380@gmail
Wanted to buy for my 73 Scout II:
Automatic Brake Pedal Assembly with bracket
Automatic shifter with cable and cover
Dana 44 front end with disc brakes
I'm doing a 5.3L Vortec 4L80 NP241c I have the NP241c and lined up the 4L80. Need to find a good 5.3L
I will be selling the 345 with Manual Trans, Transfer case and Ramsey PTO winch.
I'm on the coast in Long Beach WA
Any Kalispell MT Scout guys? I'm planning a move there and there is always some parts I can use.
How has your swap gone? I am in Olympia and very interested in doing the same in the near future.
I noticed you are in Tacoma and I cannot seem to find anyone around that is in to scouts. Are there any groups or does anyone go wheeling?
Thanks for asking.
Waiting for it to stop raining and for my tax return. Then I will buy the engine and trans.
I rebuilt my Steering gear box after watching how to YouTube videos.
Another Scout owner stopped by when he saw my Scout in the driveway. We plan on going to Sandy OR for a parts run on April 8th. He has a couple of Scouts (one needs a new body after he rolled it), his son has one and there's another guy here with one. We may have a Beach Binders club soon.
I'll post in my thread when I get going with more work on it or gather more parts.
I sold my Scout II about 9 years ago. The guy that bought it didn't take the hard top (it had a soft top), which has been sitting under my deck ever since. Glass is good, includes the plastic liners, make me an offer (and make my wife happy!).
Is it setting directly on the ground or did you put boards under the side rails?
I'm in Oak Harbor.
WTB: D series passenger front fender. Preferably with the fender fill, but I can live without it if needed. WA area ideally!