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J.J.

Lives in an IH Dealership
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Time to bring this one back to the top. I have been at home alot lately, and have been involved with the following:

1) Replaced the temperature heater cable on the Travelall when it froze up last Sunday. There were some really bad words said in the driveway on Monday as it ended up that I had to remove almost the entire dash to repair, I had cables, but that is a big job in a D truck. At least 6 hrs start to finish

2) Replaced the latch and lock mechanism and put a Petronix on the 200

3) Non IH, but took the tranny and motor out of the Willys, it had been jumping out of 2nd gear for years, now is the time to fix it.

4) Took the clutch and assorted parts for the Wagonmaster to Southeast Friction for a rebuild

5) Re-organized the parts shed

6) Working on Donnas Scout, on the dome lights, then on to the headliner.


Never a dull moment around here!


JJ in TN
 

74binder

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Depending on what the weather does Saturday, I may try to excavate a 1975 Travelall from the back 40. If it is soggy wet, I'm going to try to start the rear frame cleanup and axle swap on the 1110 project since I can be in the dry.
 

oldironoffroad

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Walked by the new Traveler..... Looked at it...... Kicked the tire....... Walked back in the garage.:D It will get some attention soon.
 

74binder

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Depending on what the weather does Saturday, I may try to excavate a 1975 Travelall from the back 40. If it is soggy wet, I'm going to try to start the rear frame cleanup and axle swap on the 1110 project since I can be in the dry.

It looks like the Travelall will be moving up to the shop Saturday morning. I have to call a neighbor to bring over his tractor. After clearing a few small trees and honeysuckle, I've decided I might just use the hood and grill on my pickup project. The hood is even the same shade of red.
 

Tucker H

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Can anyone take a guess as to what all these things have to do with a scout???? Message me your results and i will post more pictures for correct answers.
 

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74binder

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I think tomorrow is going to be a wrenchday. Time to start getting more done as I seem to be running out of time with no shortage of things to accomplish.

Rear axle swap, t-case removal and rear frame cleanup and prep. If I can get that done, I will be doing good.
 

baeckel2

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finally got all my gauges and dash lights working last week on my recently acquired 79 traveler. Also been working on keeping the rain out of the cab. Think I have all of the leaks fixed now finally. Found a set of original high back seats out of a 78 and have them taken apart, pans have been cleaned up and painted and working on repairing the foam. Still have to order the vinyl so a friend of the wife can reupholster them. removing rust from the seat towers I got with the seats, the PO put in some towers and seats out of some minivan and they are way too tall for me. He was about 5'2" so perfect for him.
Still have to find someone to do some patch panels locally. Anyone have a recommendation in Portland Oregon?
 

74binder

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1973 pickup:
1) removed sway bar mounts from frame
2) removed the exhaust hangers just in front of rear axle
3) removed rear driveshaft
4) disconnected the u-bolts and remaining stuff and the D44 rear axle is now out

1973 Travelall parts donor:
1) removed (actually fought, cussed, screamed and wore my self out and got ticked and cut the remaining u-bolt) the rear axle, a D60 semi float
2) removed the exhaust system from the collector to tailpipe
3) took the mounting bolts out of the NP205 transfercase mount. I decided against actually removing it by myself as I was worn out and worried about something going wrong. I need to drain the fluid and then maybe a friend can help me get it out by next weekend.

I also found u-bolts and plates to reinstall the axles in the respective trucks (swapping them so I can at least pull the Travelall around if necessary). I'm going with the round u-bolts and eliminating the goofy spring plates that made my life more difficult than it should have been. I will have to add new lower shock mounts to the axle but I can deal with that.

Good day for a Saturday.
 

74binder

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Got the NP205 out today by myself this afternoon. It sure is greasy so some scraping and cleaning will be in order. All the shafts/yokes feel good and smooth so hopefully gaskets will be all the Dr. ordered.
 

J.J.

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I have been getting my 100 ready for Charlotte. Lots of prep work, now it says it is going to rain on Friday :(


Ill be ready for the field on Saturday am for sure!


JJ In TN
 

tdc

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Wash and wax. Shined up the wheels. :beer:
Sorry, I just noticed it was for TVB only.
 

Tucker H

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Weeeeeellllllllllllllllllll, Had my buddy from college come down today, we got the 800 running again today, and i sold it to him, he will join here in the next week or two. We went and played in the mud, and we then happened onto this little secluded gem of my town, I'm planning on taking the GF back there later. :D
 

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Caveblazin

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I've done alot of prep work on the hardtop. I coated it with por-15 and will begin the painting of the top and body soon. Looking forward to having a Scout that is ONE color.
 

J.J.

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Weeeeeellllllllllllllllllll, Had my buddy from college come down today, we got the 800 running again today, and i sold it to him, he will join here in the next week or two. We went and played in the mud, and we then happened onto this little secluded gem of my town, I'm planning on taking the GF back there later. :D

Make sure she thinks it is your first time there, it might be weird if you say that you discovered it with your buddy.

I can't believe you sold your 800?

JJ in TN
 

tdc

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Post up! We don't care :D


JJ in TN
Thanks J.J. :beer:
Began sorting out the wires on the model 80 to get her running again. (been in the barn for a couple years).
 

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