Project Fully Involved - 1969 IH 1300D Foundry Pump Truck

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  1. stroker3

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    Just saying what everyone is probably thinking. Very, very nice work.

    But with it looking so classy with the two IH colors it seems one thing is leading to the next. Thinking they need something more now........:dig: ........:laugh:....
    ( just kidding, they're perfect as they are)


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  2. mjmck

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    Thank you!. Haha you never know! I can't wait to get the front complete and start on the back. Will be ordering all the brake components in another week or two for the next stage.
     
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    Cornhead greased and ready to seal up:
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    Buttoned up:
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    Painted the bolts/nuts/studs:
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    Looking at removal of the 2 soft brake lines going through the frame. Hit them with blaster and will need to look at at my manual to see just how they attach:
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    In crawling under the truck today I saw some concerning green fluid:
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    Sight seeing. Wonder what the old abandoned lines are for?:
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    Pulled the funky tee apart for the drivers brake line:
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    That tee looks just the one on a Scout II front drivers side. I've never found replacement parts for this.
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    Some interesting stuff there.
    New PTO pump assembly. Looks brand new. I can only guess that the abandoned lines were for a cooler of some kind for the previous apparatus. Follow them to their origin.
    Hopefully the coolant is a seal that’s easy to get to, but I cant tell from the picture.


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    I have never seen anything like this. I ended up getting new front custom hoses that came with new jamb nuts but I will have to clean and re-use the originals to make this funky t-thing work (new jamb nuts are 3x as thick as the old). Gonna be a pain to clean this thing up right next to the exhaust and that rubberized undercoating is nasty!

    I did forget to pick up 2 new copper crush washers. Will have to do that.
     
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    So approximately 2 months into my Company's ownership the water pump failed (teal unit in the back of the picture). We sent it out to the shop and this was where the issue happened. Somehow approval was made to fix the pump for the price of $14K and when we went to pick it up we got slammed with sticker shock. By then the damage was done and we had to pay. So literally they put 14K into the total custom pump and new PTO setup. CRAZY for something I will NEVER use.

    I will have to chase those lines, I cant really see them come up along the frame near the engine but will have to look harder. Eventually they will be removed to clean everything up. The coolant does have me worried. Its above the freeze plugs dripping off the bottom of the head. Its either coming form the valley running along the back of the head or the head gasket. It has never leaked coolant to my knowledge and never ran hot so this is something I need to vet out.
     
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    Cleaning up the rubber line hardware:
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    RockAuto parts came in. Still missing the spindle seals but I got a few days of brake work infront of me.
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    Some progress on the passenger brake components.

    I'm going to need to figure out how to replace these little rubber line holders, when I went to put the rubber back on they shredded. Anyone ever done a fix or replacement for this?:
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    Got the passenger line partially installed:
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    Easiest way to replace brake components, by looking at exactly how they came apart!:
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    Nice!:
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    Common hardware store item.
    Excellent work, btw.
     
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    Or dip in the liquid rubber for tool handles
     
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    At first I was thinking flex seal haha. But I did some additional searching and these things are called Rubber P-Clips or Rubber clamps (was using wrong terminology for search). Going to pick some up today and some more brake parts lube as I ran out.
     
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    Well, always a step forward and some back. Got the new lines installed as shown in the previous post however when I went to install the banjo it wouldn't thread. Come to find out they used the incorrect fitting on the one end. Back off to PBS who re did the lines for me and added in some P-clips! Got them installed:
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    Drivers side WC installed and brake hardware assembled:
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    Got the steering put back together, need to dig through my book and final torque it all plus get new cotter pins for the castle nuts:
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    Got the differential cover back on:
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    Need to do some more research as I thought the front reservoir was for the front brakes. Kinda doesn't make sense in its current state.....
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    Looking good. yes the larger reservoir is normally the front, odd. wow there is a lot of sediment in the system. I’d clean and flush that out before hooking up the new wheel cylinders. No need to get any of that into them. I’d also consider pulling and rebuilding the MC.


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    For the vinyl coated clamps.......I ordered a fully array of vinyl coated clamps, black nylon clamps, cushion clamps from Waytek Wire. I find it is really handy to have everything available on hand. The vinyl coated clamps are also offered in 3/4" wide which allows for up to a 3/8" bolt.
     
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    This or the dipping can
     
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