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oneof3k

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Well I'll be ....you do have a smaller shaft than JJ
It's all relative my friend. Besides, it's not the size that matters but how you work it. My small shaft(s) are worked daily, unlike those with their so-called larger shaft(s) that see no action whatsoever! (Moderator's, I'm honestly not sure what others are thinking, but I'm focused solely on transmission input shafts. Right)?

JJ, I'm not much for bleeding hearts and the like, but I did enjoy that John Deere tractor music video. Especially the side kick.

Would be better if you just found an NOS rear seat to install and sell your janky one to make up the difference!
Well Josh, I only know of one person who has a NOS Champagne rear seat. But that person, who's name we won't name, would probably want more for it then I paid for the Lil Sh!t!

Speaking of seats, I learned, or more correctly, stumbled upon the fact that these front bucket seats bases actually tilt forward. I always wondered about the U bracket that holds the seat base to the frame. Now I know. And I discovered a new place for my stash. Or again more correctly, a place for rodents to leave their calling cards!

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J.J.

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thats why I am counting on you to help exercise my truck(s) when they live in Ouray. HAHAHA

that seat reminds me of something that my dad told me once about Model As, the shifter lever pulls up and over to the side to allow for more room to slide on in, if, of course, if you're that large (?) (where are the mods??) HAHAHA

Eds threads kinda run away with mass hysteria..


JJ in TN
 

mongocanfly

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("John Deere tractor music video. Especially the side kick.")...I know I know , I see good looking women in high heels all the time walking around in our cornfields here....haha
And love that fold up seat...that's cool...
 

mongocanfly

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JJ....when you do move..just where are you gonna keep all your collection?..
I know your place has a very small yard
Are you gonna get you one of them car vending machines..
 

oneof3k

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JJ....when you do move..just where are you gonna keep all your collection?..
I know your place has a very small yard
Are you gonna get you one of them car vending machines..
If he does and he uses it for IH trucks and not Toyotas, it would need a retrofit right out of the box - specifically, the first two floors would need to be equipped with large catchment basins to collect all the rust, oil, fuel, and input shafts falling down from above. Not to mention Dew's sand box!
 

mongocanfly

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Haha...I figured the ones up on the top would keep everything below lubricated...
 

scout2000

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Those are some great pics Ed,

I'm especially fascinated with this one, specifically regarding the case.

If you're feeling that this case might need to be polished to a mirror like finish, I know a guy who can fix you up. :)

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oneof3k

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Those are some great pics Ed,

I'm especially fascinated with this one, specifically regarding the case.

If you're feeling that this case might need to be polished to a mirror like finish, I know a guy who can fix you up. :)
I'm still waiting to see some of your polished metal Jerry. I don't think I'd have the patience to do so, but one never knows.....

So this is an attempt at trying to update two threads at the same time (or night anyways). I certainly don't know how our TN-based IH guy does it.

As I said, I want to try and get the Lil Sh!t running and hopefully driving so I can better evaluate what needs to be done and in what order. And perhaps get the approval from the CFO? To that end, I started on the drive system. I went to the clutch shop yesterday to drop off my flywheel and pressure plate to get resurfaced and checked out (I went there last year in anticipation). Big sign on the front door from the Fire Department (like a red tag?). Door was locked. Guys working in the back bays said the shop has been closed for good. No worries I thought. I called a couple of other places in the Denver area and they said no one does that type of work anymore locally. (Would have to drive to Pueblo CO so I was told). Now I didn't call anyone else to verify that claim, but I guess shops like this are a dying breed.

Instead of getting depressed, I just grabbed a chainsaw chain sharpening disc and tried my best to make some "friction" areas. Before:

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And the backwoods results:

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Then it was on to the install.

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Now I gotta figure out how to mate the transmission etc. to this mess without a transmission jack. In the past, a :beer: or two did the trick!
 

mongocanfly

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("I'm still waiting to see some of your polished metal Jerry. I don't think I'd have the patience to do so, but one never knows.....").....states the jewelry maker...!!!
Looks like you need to open your own clutch/door panel/headliner shop Ed..
I think Tenn based guy has a full crew working on his stuff as much as he gets done...he just doesnt let us see them
 

J.J.

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JJ....when you do move..just where are you gonna keep all your collection?..
I know your place has a very small yard
Are you gonna get you one of them car vending machines..

That has actually been a concern of mine! Ed is on the across South Park and the other side of the mountains, although it seems like he has plenty of room back there in the back 40, and we already know its Scout 80 friendly. I like green houses too. Hmm.

JJ in TN
 

mongocanfly

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That one trying to do situps...hahahahahaha....hilarious..bout like me if I tried to do some..haha
 

Jeff Jamison

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On the tranny get a 2x8 wider than the scout and a couple of concrete blocks and a few small 2x4s,put the tranny under the scout on the 2x8.Nail some 2x4s beside to keep from sliding,Pick one end of 2x8 up and place on block,go to the other side,continue until the tranny is high enough.
 

Darrel

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Napa on Havana street did a flywheel for me a few months back.

Watch Craigslist for one of these. I actually just sold my other trans jack on CL last week. You're also welcome to borrow mine.

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J.J.

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Napa on Havana street did a flywheel for me a few months back.

Watch Craigslist for one of these. I actually just sold my other trans jack on CL last week. You're also welcome to borrow mine.

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You're a good man sir! dang, Id ask too if I was closer. The T19 is probably going to kill me or Dew when we go to put it in place in my project..

JJ in TN
 

Darrel

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You're a good man sir! dang, Id ask too if I was closer. The T19 is probably going to kill me or Dew when we go to put it in place in my project..

JJ in TN

I used to use an engine hoist through the cab to lift those T19s. The tilting feature on these jacks makes it so easy.
 
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