Useful Part Number List

Discussion in 'General IH Tech' started by Joker, May 29, 2003.


  1. 6PakBee

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    I just got the following parts for my '73 1700 with the 392 from my local International dealer.

    PCV Hose 400852C1
    PCV Valve 432049C2
     
  2. Dana Strong

    Dana Strong Lives in an IH Dealership

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    Grote 420 Stoplight lenses (for 800 and 80's):

    The Grote number is 10-3009-02.

    They are a "non-stocked" item but are available through CarQuest and various other places. Shipping from the Indiana plant is probably extra.


    Grote 457 Backup light lenses (for later 800's):

    These are a "stocked" Grote item, their number being 90221.​
     
  3. RD Durham

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    Exhaust Regulator Gasket
    NAPA Part No. ECH 31313
     
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    gillis51 Binder Driver

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    Torqueflight 727

    Rooster comb/NSS insulator - Chrysler part no. 2801736 (this is the little plastic part that the NSS comes in contact with)
    Rivet - Chrysler part no. 68233048AA (or you can use a standard pop rivet)
     
  5. Dennis Bernth

    Dennis Bernth Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    Replacement blower motor resistor for 79-80 Scout II that has the resistor on the bottom of the heater case; Navistar IH part number 506552C1, cost $23.76 plus tax as of 04/14. This is a current part number, this resistor is also used on heavy trucks.
     
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    Just installed a pair of NOS Stainless Steel Ventshades on my 68 Travelall that I found on eBay years many ago.

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    The box states:
    Ventshades
    NT-2
    Stainles Steel 2-piece set
    INTERNATIONAL TRUCK
    MODELS
    D, A, AC, ACD, B, BC, ACF, and TRAVELALL, C, LOADSTAR (except CO).
    Also Series 900 through 2000, except 1400 Series.
    AUTO VENT SHADE, INC.
    Manufactureres and Distributors
    3571 BROAD STREET
    CHAMBLEE, GEORGIA

    One of the box flaps had the number 28005 on the inside, but I think the obsolete part number is the "NT-2" above.

    PS: If anyone knows the part number and/or where I can get a pair for the two rear doors please PM me. I'll consider used as well. Thanks.
     
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  7. Mike Scherr

    Mike Scherr Farmall Cub

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    1970 Fuel/vacuum pump

    AIRTEX 6857

    I could not find a replacement mechanical fuel/vacuum pump for my 1970 800A with a 304. No local parts store had it. Found it on EBAY, $78 + free shipping.

    mechanical fuel/vacuum pump for my 1970 800A part #AIRTEX 6857 on EBAY.

    (Edit)
    After receiving this pump I found the lever to bee much shorter. I am guessing that it is for the four cylinder not the V8. As I have one of those also I am going to hang onto it and I will let everyone know what I find.
     
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    oops!!!
     
  9. MrWolf

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    Anyone have a part number for the power steering pulley on the 345?

    Sadly I didn't do enough research on how to remove the pulley and managed to destroy it while doing a reseal of the pump... Thought a replacement was cheap and easy to get as these pumps are so popular, so I ended up cutting it away to remove it. :hammer:

    I have done more research now, but I can't seem to find a replacement. My old one was only a little more than 4 inches across. Is that standard? I think most other applications of the same pump seem to use a much larger dia pulley (5-6").
     
  10. RD Durham

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    It's a common pulley. Used on International trucks but any Chevrolet/GMC cars or trucks for the same time period, 1971 to about 1985. You should be able to find several at any local salvage yards, just take a tape measure and a pulley puller.
     
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    Might be common in US, but not here, I'm in Norway :)
    I have spent a few hours now on the Internet trying to fish out a part number of something similar, but I just can't find something with press fit and 4.5" diameter for a V belt. Not the part shop guys either :-( Would be so nice to be able to just order it. Might be that I s.u.c.k at searching or don't know where to, anyone with a tip of where to search?
     
  12. scout2000

    scout2000 Dreams of Cub Cadets

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    If one doesn't just "turn up for you", one possible Plan B would be to hit up some of the Light Line dealers. I've seen several have advertised that they sell used IH parts, varying on availability as stuff shows up and rotates out.

    I'm sure that wouldn't be as cheap as finding something in a salvage yard, but I imagine that if I were in your shoes, i.e. overseas from where the IH parts were, I would probably be willing to pay significantly more.

    Food for thought anyway. Good luck with your search.
     
  13. RD Durham

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    Sorry, missed that on your location. The internet is both fascinating and frustrating when you are trying to find something.

    The Scout II power steering pump pulley is around 5 1/2" (14 cm) across. It has the same internal diameter as the same year Chevrolet power steering pump pulleys (0.7472")

    Try eBay,this one is on N. Amer. website.

    Chevrolet Power Steering Pump Pulley

    There are several on the european eBay website. Just go for 1971 to 1980/1984 for the year. I'd stick with the full size car or truck with an outside diameter no greater than 6" (15.24 cm).

    There is this one on Amazon.com.

    Chevrolet Power Steering Pump Pulley Dorman OE Power Steering Pulley - Part# 300-122
     
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    Aha, thank you Durham that explains a whole lot! My pump and pulley is probably not original items then. The pulley is only 4.5" across and the axle of the pump is a 3/4" press fit. As I'm not sure where this combo comes from I'm not sure if it would be a good idea to slap on a larger pulley. I'm running hydroboost on it so I'm worried that loss of rpm would affect the brakes/steering combo? The pump is what I see as a standard scout pump with the pear shaped reservoir can. Would be pretty easy to source one of the larger pulleys.

    PS Admins: this post is heading away and cluttering the original posters intentions and the usefulness of this thread. Could we move it?
     
  15. RD Durham

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    You can use a Scout II pump with the hydroboost and just put a tee in the line on the low pressure side to go back to the power steering pump. You can also use a power steering pump off of a Chevrolet/GMC diesel pickup with the 6.5L/6.2L engine (Part# ACDelco 36P1361). Same pump as the Scout II but the reservoir has two return line hookups. You'd have to buy a new or used pulley since it sounds like yours would be too big. If you get a Chevrolet pump with the reservoir, make sure you get one without air conditioning. Same pump but had different reservoirs. The AC pump had a remote reservoir, where as the non-AC had a the same reservoir as a Scout II, but with two return lines.
     
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    Prestolite distributor dust cover:
    EDIT: if you have a Prestolite distributor, you need this dust cover installed in order for the distributor cap to fit correctly (tight) to the distributor body.

    IHC / Navistar Part Number 493084C1
    Prestolite Part Number IDN-17
    National Stock Number 2920-01-211-4582

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    Holley distributor dust cover:

    IHC / Navistar Part Number 453591C1 (will work for 291161C91)
    Holley Part Number 27D548A
    National Stock Number 2920-00-846-5790

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    Dana Strong Lives in an IH Dealership

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    Windshield Washer Pump; also Pump-plus-Tank assembly

    The NAPA number for the pump which attaches to the bottom of the washer tank is BK 665 1564
    A similar pump is listed by Advance Auto Parts as #174090 and is shown here: ACI Windshield Washer Pump

    The complete tank, pump and cap assembly is sold by Midwest Bus Parts as part number 16-T-900 and is shown Here.
     
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    While hunting for front brake calipers for my 1978 Scout II Terra I realized how scarce they were. You can get them from Napa although they are not online or in the ecatalogs.

    SE4647 and SE4646

    $35.19 a piece (excluding core charge)

    These are not loaded. Note that they are the same on Jeep/AMC of this era as well
     
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    Battery Feed Connector / Panel Light Connector

    Accessory Pin:
    NAPA Part# 725-145

    For adding accessories to the connectors. These OEM pins (technically labeled as GM) slide and lock right into the accessory side of the connectors behind the dash.
     

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