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"Lineset ticket"

Cammo Rallye

Farmall Cub
OK guys, what exactly is a lineset ticket and where can it be found? Is it the tag in the door frame? help me out here, please
 

timpage

High Wheeler
It is the build sheet showing all of what your IH left the factory with, much like the window stickers on brand new cars now. Depends on what rig your asking for as to where it was put.... often was on the back of the glovebox on pickups, not sure on Scouts. IF you cant find it, you can order a copy from Light Line parts dealers like Super Scouts Specialists and Binder Books.

Tim
 

Sean Wetgen

Farmall Cub
Hey Tim, what do Binder Books need to get a line setting ticket? Have you tried one? Would be nice to get a couple for a few vehicles I have.
 

jeff campbell

Moderator
Staff member
i beleive all they need is the VIN #.jeff,of course prolly the year an make of vehicle also?get on line an send them a message.
 

Carl Wiese

Moderator
Staff member
Moderator
Sean Wetgen said:
Hey Tim, what do Binder Books need to get a line setting ticket? Have you tried one? Would be nice to get a couple for a few vehicles I have.

Sean,

All we need is the VIN, however it's nice to have the model too, as it can clear up miscommunications we might have. However, looking at you sig, we would only be able to get you te LST for you Scout. It seems the records covering the 50's and earlier were lost in a move, so we are unable to source the tickets for these years. When your ready, give us a call, 503-684-2024!

Carl
 

lonchair

High Wheeler
Cammo Rallye said:
OK guys, what exactly is a lineset ticket and where can it be found? Is it the tag in the door frame? help me out here, please

On your Scout (post '73), it would most likely have been a decal on the back of the glove box door (not every Scout got this decal) as well as a letter size copy in with the original warranty card/owners manual envelope. The line setting ticket was used by IH dealer service and parts counter staff to know how your Scout came equiped as there were many assembly line parts changes and improvements.

On '71-'73 Scout II's the LST was a decal on the cowl, under the hood where the vacuum diagram is on later Scouts.
 

Sean Wetgen

Farmall Cub
Cool thanks Carl! Kind of figured the Westcoaster truck would be a lost cause, but thought I'd ask. Thanks again!
 
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