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Old 11-05-2018, 07:27 PM   #1
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Default Looking for parts source and IH 4x4 1100B pickup connections in PHX

Recentl purchased 1967 IH 1100B 4x4 pick up could use some help with sourcing parts and good IH mechanic
Have some suspension and transmission questions
Any recommendations
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Old 11-05-2018, 07:58 PM   #2
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For parts, just click on the "IH Store" link in the upper right portion of this webpage. As for a good IH mechanic...how deep are your pockets? When it comes to vintage orphan vehicles like these, the best mechanic often ends up being the guy staring back at you in the mirror every day. The vast majority of auto shops today don't want to work on your rusty, old junk. I own them too, so I can say that with all due affection. There's no data port under the dash to plug their fancy scanner into. I've heard so many sob stories lately from owners just like you who've dropped their old baby off with "ACME" Auto Repair only to get it back many hundreds of dollars later in worse shape than when they dropped it off. Its a sad state of affairs. Sorry to pee in your cornflakes, but I think you'd rather have me do that than blow smoke up your nether region.
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Old 11-07-2018, 05:00 AM   #3
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Youíve met my former mechanic aye?
Iím semi capable, but have no clue regarding 4x4 issues
Know a odd sound or vibration when it presents itself
Part of the journey...Iíll figure it out.
Thx
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If, after all the poking, proding, scratching and sniffling you can do leads you fairly confidently to an issue in either your t-case or your trans...or both...then I would consult your friends, neighbors, lawyer, traveling preacher for a consensus choice of a trans shop that specializes in 4x4 vehicles in your area. I'm not talking an AAMCO or similar, but a well established mom and pop type deal with a sterling reputation. Then get out your fat wallet, cuz it ain't gonna be cheap.
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