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  • Eagle-Mark
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    Glad that helped!

    You have got to post some pictures of the 1908 IHC, I have never seen that one.

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    Thanks for your help. I am trying to get my travelall back up and running. Lost oil pressure--put in new oil pump but found lead filings in pan--quit driving it.--amazing thing is that there is no knock or noise so I may have saved the crank. I got a used engine out of a school bus to put in while I restore the original. In the end I will restore my '72 to original.
    On a side note I will also be doing a restoration on a original IHC--a 1908 and it isn't a buggy wheel, it is a water cooled car with regular tires. I is complete although the wood frame is cracked.
    I don't think I will be going 4wheeling with it though

    Thanks for the help.

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  • Eagle-Mark
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    There is a write up on this and lots of other information on the BB at:
    http://www.binderbulletin.org/faq/7.htm#6



    Hope that helps!

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    block size

    Is there a block casting that denotes the original engine size? I have found one on the manifold but not anywhere the block?
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