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Old 09-13-2004
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The IHC 4-Cylinder Picture Thread

This thread will be along the same lines as the Diamond motor picture thread in the 6-Banger Talk forum. We will post drawings and photos of different 4-cylinder motors that were used by IH throughout the years to aid people in field identification of their motor. This is not just Scout motors, but also the older truck motors, power unit engines, and even the tractor motors. If you have good illustrations or pictures of an engine, please post them here. Ideally they would be mounted on a stand, but in-frame is good too. Also, if you have any tips on how to ID a certain motor, what color it should be, what years it was used, or any other good ID information, please share it with the rest of us.
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Old 09-14-2004
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FC motor

Here is a cutaway sketch of the FC motor used in the late 1930s and maybe early 1940s. This was offered in the IHC trucks. I do not know much else about them. If anyone else can shed light on this engine, feel free.
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Here is a pic I swiped from the BB, and a cut and paste from another post I did.

This is a pic of a 196. Notice the mounting tab on the dipstick tube. There are two holes. If yours is mounted using the top hole, it is a 196. If it is bolted on using the bottom hole, it is a 152. The 196 has a longer stroke and therefore a taller deck height than the 152
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Old 09-15-2005
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1926 Lycoming KB Engine

Finally! For those of you who have been patient with my photo upload, here are some photos of the Lycoming KB engine used in the 1926 Model S 1-ton Speed Truck, courtesy of Bill Thele of the OldIHC website. I will let him tell about them:

"Here are pics of the Lycoming KB engine in my 1926 Model "S" one-ton Speed Truck. I would like to note that the coil is not original. The original coils had the condenser built in and when the condenser failed the whole unit was junk. Also note that the pitch of the fan blades looks backwards, the reason being is that the fan drive pulley is on the gear driven camshaft rather than the crankshaft and turns oposite the crankshaft. When I am able to get to a scanner I will get cutaway views out of the manual."
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Re: The IHC 4-Cylinder Picture Thread

Befor being mobile 196 NON IC
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Re: The IHC 4-Cylinder Picture Thread

196 NON IC pre mobile.
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Re: The IHC 4-Cylinder Picture Thread

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196 NON IC pre mobile.
Wow, that is purty. : urock : : thumbsup
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Wow, that is purty. : urock : : thumbsup
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Old 09-20-2005
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Re: The IHC 4-Cylinder Picture Thread

Hey Dan,

I can't tell for sure from your pic, but is that an eight cylinder rotor cap?

Greg.
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Hey Dan,

I can't tell for sure from your pic, but is that an eight cylinder rotor cap?

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It's a Delco Remy Dizzy. Looks just like the V8 off a chevy.
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Old 09-21-2005
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Re: The IHC 4-Cylinder Picture Thread

Thanks. The reason I ask is that the PO changed out the gold box to points and I have to use an eight cylinder Delco cap. I am assuming that was the only dist. that would fit. The odd part is that I have this voltage reducer in between the coil and cap. If I don't it burns up the coil. I am assuming there is just too much voltage jumping around in there. If you have any thoughts or suggestions on getting rid of this setup - I am open to them.

BTW thanks for all your post on the Weber. It surely helped. I am completing the 32/36 conversion, and will soon be posting a "how to" manual for the Scout II.

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Re: The IHC 4-Cylinder Picture Thread

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Thanks. The reason I ask is that the PO changed out the gold box to points and I have to use an eight cylinder Delco cap. I am assuming that was the only dist. that would fit. The odd part is that I have this voltage reducer in between the coil and cap. If I don't it burns up the coil. I am assuming there is just too much voltage jumping around in there. If you have any thoughts or suggestions on getting rid of this setup - I am open to them.

BTW thanks for all your post on the Weber. It surely helped. I am completing the 32/36 conversion, and will soon be posting a "how to" manual for the Scout II.

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For my 196, I use a Pertronix Ignighter for the Delco dizzy... IIRC #1141, and their 3.0 ohlm coil. This set up doesn't need a ballist resistor and should you need to put the points in for an emergency, Pertronix 3.0 ohlm coil doesn't require a ballist resistor.

I have a lot of expierence now with this set up... it only took me about 10 time in and out to get it right. I highly recomend putting in a tachometer, this is a a good gage as to making sure it's fireing properly.
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Old 09-22-2005
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Re: The IHC 4-Cylinder Picture Thread

Thanks Dan. So what do you mean by getting the setup right? Looks as though the installation is pretty straight forward.

After searching the web, looks like the Ignitor II might be worth the extra money. What is your opinion? Also, what Delco cap are you currently using? Your help is greatly appreciated!
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Old 09-22-2005
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Re: The IHC 4-Cylinder Picture Thread

Greg M & TBD,
I appreciate that you both posted here; however, this is supposed to be a photo ID thread, and we are getting too far afield. I would ask that we keep chat to a minimum on this thread. Perhaps you could continue the conversation on a separate thread?
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Re: The IHC 4-Cylinder Picture Thread

TBD if you keep changing your name how ya gonna get a post count?


LOL Thats some sweet work Bro! Very clean stuff.

Wish you woulda bought that 800 from me the POS that did(doubled asking FYI) already trashed it. I about cried. Taught me a lesson.
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Re: The IHC 4-Cylinder Picture Thread

TBD (trad bowhunter dan)

over at the binder b before I registered I was Trad Bowhunter Dan on the black board. But I had registered as plane ol' "Dan". There were other "Dan's". I needed a name that stood out. But when I registered here, there wasn't enough space to accomodate the whole name, thus, TBD.

so there you have it.

sorry to hear about the scout getting trashed. some folks have no appreciation for classic and rare 4x4's
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Re: The IHC 4-Cylinder Picture Thread

This SOB bought it and called me a week later wanting a refund. Both D27s were grenaded and the body was badly abused. He had the balls to condemn my webber and brake work. Then went after me on Ebay. I about killed him, I about became the old me. My wonderful wife was the only thing that saved his life.

Lesson learned. Sell IHCs to IHC people and eat the profit. Its better for your soul in the long run. We care, they dont give a damn about a 1966 rig with 66K ORIGINAL miles on it. At least the Hot August nights pukes woulda apreciated that. Ok I'll stop kicking myself and get over it.....someday LOL

Ok so stick this name and pad a bit to get ya up, dont think anybody here cares....
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68 Scout 345/T19W/D20 on 38s
66 800 152 T18 stock resto
62 80 SOA trail rig on 33s
74 Terra D60s, SOA +4" on 39s, hyrdo crawler
63 C120 4x4 daily driver Chevy axle conversion
74 Scout II SOA Trail rig

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Re: The IHC 4-Cylinder Picture Thread

Collin FYI if anybody on this or any other BB knows his stuff about the 4cyl IHC its Trad!
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78ScoutII 345, 36s 4.56 gears
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68 Scout 345/T19W/D20 on 38s
66 800 152 T18 stock resto
62 80 SOA trail rig on 33s
74 Terra D60s, SOA +4" on 39s, hyrdo crawler
63 C120 4x4 daily driver Chevy axle conversion
74 Scout II SOA Trail rig

Current Builds:
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75 ScoutII trail/family rig
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