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1977 SS Deuce

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I just got this 1972 1110. It has a 345 four-barrel automatic. The front is a dana 44 and a 60 rear.As you can see by the pictures it needs a little work.I'm hoping to get it done in enough time to take it to Carlise.
 

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1977 SS Deuce

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More pics
 

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Jeff Jamison

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I got a cab thats alot better than that,in Pittsburgh area,if you want to go that route let me know.
Jeff
 

1977 SS Deuce

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Got it running today. I got to drive around the alley for alittle. I ordered the floors and rocker pannels from Brendan Barnes so they should be coming soon. I think I might change the fuel pump since it was sitting for 2 years. The plugs and wires are all good. I still hope to get it all together for Carlisle.
 

1977 SS Deuce

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Got all my stuff from Brendan B today. Great guy to deal with. I hope to start on the floor this week if everything goes well. Ill try to post pics as I go.
 

1977 SS Deuce

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Got some of the floor done today. I have to do some filling in and sealing tomorrow.
Here are some pics.

Before:
 

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1977 SS Deuce

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After:
 

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Mitch Neal

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Did you buy the floor kits from SSS? Just curious how well they fit as it appears I am going to need them as well.

The truck is looking good!
 

1977 SS Deuce

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It's looking good. I can't wait to see it in Carlisle!

Ray

thanks. I hope I can get it done in time. I got the rest of the passenger side done tonite. I just have to get some bondo and touch it up. I'm hoping to get the driver side tomorrow nite.
 

1977 SS Deuce

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Did you buy the floor kits from SSS? Just curious how well they fit as it appears I am going to need them as well.

The truck is looking good!

I bought the kit from Barnes IH. I am sure he got the kit from SSS. It did take some cutting to get it to fit. They give you a lot of metal so it depends on how much you will need. But after we got it cut it fit very good. Hope this helps.
 

1977 SS Deuce

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here are some before and after pictures of work done today.
(Inner fenders and batter box)
 

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1977 SS Deuce

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finished floor
 

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1977 SS Deuce

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I got the floors painted and sealed up yesterday. Also noticed the radiator is leaking now. Just when I was starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel to. :censored: :censored:
 

Bren B

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This truck is currently in my shop for the radiator replacement and a total going over before it goes to Carlisle. The radiator is the least of Dave's worries as of right now. The truck needs roadworthy brakes. The steel and rubber lines were a ticking timebomb, master cylinder was nearly dry from weeping lines. I'm hitting a stumbling block with the rear brake shoes currently. The truck is an 1110, but has 8 lug wheels all the way around. Dana 44 front and 60 rear. Rear shoes are 11" x 2 1/2". I know they're out there, but everything I've pulled already from my parts stock and Rock Auto is not matching up. The size would match, but holes for springs etc do not. Or the holes match up and the shoes are 3" (too wide).

Anyone else have an 1110 with and 8 lug set up. All of my 1110 parts trucks/travelalls are 5 lug???
 

Jeff Jamison

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Is this a full floater axle,if it is and factrory IH then they should be 12 x 2 1/2,thats telling me its not IH.look for signs of perches being moved,if no signs most likly chevy axle.
Jeff
 

Bren B

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Yes it is a full floater. Has IH drums, part number 376435C1 cast into drum but its really hard to read. That number comes up as for 1200 1210 and 200 series trucks. And they are without a doubt 11 inch brakes, which fit the drum correctly. I may have to put the used shoes back on for the Carlisle trip. I was able to get new wheel cylinders, spring kits, hoses etc.
 
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