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Old 01-23-2009, 12:33 PM   #1
Michael Mayben
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Default Read Before You Post A New Thread!

When starting a new thread for requesting parts or service technical assistance for your rig, please always include the following information if known:

1) vehicle model.
2) production date/or year model.
3) two wheel drive or four wheel drive.
4) type of transmission (and transfer case if applicable).
5) if 4x4, which axles front and rear.
6) which engine variation.
7) which ignition system variation.
8) which fuel system variation.
9) which brake system variation.
10) non-oem modifications present which May impact a response.

If you need help in identifying any of the above items, then give us what information you do know, then we'll help you figure out the rest!
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Old 09-28-2012, 02:55 PM   #2
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Default Re: Read Before You Post A New Thread!

Sorry guys there is alway one that needs a little more thumping on the noggin to follow directions.
Redrod31.s ride: 1970 Scout 4x4 196 engine. Rear axel Dana 44, front Dana 27, trans is borg warner t18-4. All of this is (?) as I am new to IH Scout ownership and am learning how and where to find id tags and marks no mods that I can readly see, but I am find a lot of "want a be mechinics" fixs. I.e.botched up carb fixs, battery cables ends messes, brake jobs with deep rivet gouges in the drums surfaces, about 1/8 inch deep, never turned just put right back on. I could go on . You have the picture! I will do everything correctly with your help..
Thank you all
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Old 09-28-2012, 03:39 PM   #3
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Default Re: Read Before You Post A New Thread!

Welcome to the club buddy. Its a sickness, but you are in good hands here. Hope you find the help you need. We can help you with the Scout, but as for wanting one in the first place, you'll need to seek the advice of a professional!
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