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michigan scout

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Well dove into the truck this last weekend, speedo shows 62K but who knows how many times it's been rolled over. I went to the junque yard and pulled a bench seat out of a 1989 Dodge pickup and fitted it to the IH slide rails. I ripped out all the old carpet and will get to the headliner soon. I ordered a new carpet kit but unfortunately sage was more of a green color from the carpet vendor than sage IH color, oh well a little contrast. I removed the horse racks off the back to get it fit in the garage. She is up and running after 20+ years. I was able to read the line setting ticket. 345, 3:54. One thing I think is odd with this truck is has p0wer steering, automatic, deluxe trim a lot of options but--manual brakes and single tank. Very rarely out of 40? full size pickups/travelalls had 1 tank, I have had think only 3? were single tank trucks. Currently zero brakes right now. Here is what has been done so far to get her up and running and some future plans.. I am in the process now of lightly sanding it and will clear coat it. The body is in great shape and it's only original once. Figured some day if someone wanted to repaint it then so be it but I want to keep original as possible. This truck will get used, will keep horse racks may use it that way now and then and hauling trailers, equipment hay etc. as they say "I don't talk IH I drive IH!"

So far things completed:
Gas tank pulled full of varnish
New- Points, Coil, Condenser, dizzy cap, rotor, spark plugs, wires, fuel filter, fuel lines, belts, oil change, trans fluid change and filter, new battery cable ends (used battery), air filter, exhaust heat rise hose, carpet kit, (ordered brand new windshield it came in-got to go pick it up) new sending unit-will install when I figure out a tank.

After I did all that got her fired up on a boat tank and it sounds really good. Idles smooth. Thought for sure a carb rebuild would be required but so far A-OK!

It is drum fronts, as some of you know I have some parts and keep most maintenance things on hand. So will dive into the brakes and front bearings after exhaust is done. I have a set of 75 axles be nice to swap to disk. It is open knuckle so I was told easy to do but I have not done it. I thought about finding some GM 1/2 ton k series axles was told they are the same??? IDK if the brakes are properly rebuilt they should be fine.

To do next 2 weeks-
Clear coat
I am going to add cab clearance lights when I pull headliner to put in a new one.
repair exhaust
Valve cover gasket replacement-will then pressure wash and see where else it is leaking from
brakes & pack bearings
install windshield
Differential front and rear fluid change
T-case fluid change
Heater hose replacement
I really should just change the radiator hoses then its done with and antifreeze flush

Attached couple pics in progress you can see how dull the paint is, will see what she looks like after getting clear coated.






 

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Jeff Jamison

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Much better,the disc brake can be done a few ways but with 75 front end,it should be real easy,dont remember if you have to swap the knuckle or not ( been along time,but very easy,you will have to go from internal style locking hubs to the external style if you use the 75 front end parts.If you want to stay with internal hubs you will need some chevy parts(caliper hanger and calipers) ford wheel hub,and I used scout rotor(need to machine hub slight bit to get rotor on)
Looks like a great truck
 

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sourced a new windshield not sure if good price or not. guy local had usef ones 150 some cloudy on edges so I bit the bullet and bought new. could have saved 20 bucks for all clear but I like the green tint.
 

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michigan scout

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New windshield is in and exhaust is on. Pictures are final product of clear coat...looks pretty good. Next will be tearing out headliner and putting new one in. when I have headliner out I will be adding clearance lights. Hope to get to brakes this week.
 

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michigan scout

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got drivers side rear brake done but uncertain its correct. I posted questions in tech section. right rear to my surprise is missing everything all that was behind the drum was a wheel cylinder and a flat piece of metal that goes from shoe to shoe directly under the wheel cylinder but was not there on the drivers side. Not sure why someone would just leave that in the drum to rattle around. 2" shoes or 2-1/8 does anyone know if I need it? Shop manual doesn't show it until you get heavier shoes. Unless it has the wrong shoes??? http://www.binderplanet.com/forums/index.php?threads/73-1110-brake-shoe-assembly-question.146247/
 

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Items 10, 11, 12 and 13 aren't essential to the normal operation of the brakes, but would have to be there for the emergency brake to work.

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ordered new headliner it came in today. had a few minutes after work so tore out the old one, found the mouse smell!!! will take pics if new one once installed
 

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michigan scout

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new gas tank came in from scout plus.. it looks good! going to have to do a little work on Vapor lines but looking forward to try this out!
 

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michigan scout

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New gas tank and sending unit are in. Thank you Scout Plus!
my buddy blew engine up on his explorer so needed it hauled to scrap yard if I hauled i could have tires for free! 80% tread 1 year old well worth it i got them on now.
 

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