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Old 01-23-2009, 12:31 PM   #1
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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 01-18-2010, 10:58 AM   #2
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Ok michael here is what I know.

1. IH Scout II
2. 11/79 or 1979
3. 4x4
4. Auto, don't know the transfer case
5. Don't know which axles, but they are pictured below
6. 345 8cyl.
7. Don't know
8. Don't know, but it's a gasoline engine
9. Disks up front, drums in the rear
10. No oem mods that I'm aware of.

I am having a hrd time searching the threads on how to identify parts on my truck, maybe I am using the search feature the wrong way, maybe my keywords are to vague.
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Old 01-18-2010, 02:01 PM   #3
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Mark,

this is a link to a thread that will get you started regarding making a positive id for both of the Dana/spicer 44 axles you have under your rig:

http://www.forums.IHPartsAmerica.com...r-44-boms.html

You will need to really search the axle tubes to locate the bom numbers that hopefully are stamped in.

I'm making a positive id right now on a Dana/spicer 70 hd rear axle out of a Ford, this one has a bom "tag" mounted under two of the diff cover bolts, the numbers are not stamped on the axle tubes. That was common practice on Ford apps, but not for ihc apps.

So once you have the entire bom number string written down, post it and we'll help ya decode, or you can follow that other link to the Dana knowledge base and diy!

Be forewarned, not all bom numbers are in either the online-lookup or the print book!
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Old 01-19-2010, 12:12 PM   #4
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Micheal I could not find that info stamped on the axles to save my life, there was just to much gunk built up, I really need to get it cleaned off. I checked the line set ticket(what was left of it) and found some info that May or May not help. I could make out the following.

V-345 a gas engine
tc-145 2 spd trans case
t-407 3 spd xmsn
g (r or 8) - 3?54 ra18 rear axle
optional gear ratios

while I was underneath the truck I also found some #'s stamped on the trans housing 15-24-6 and 0-18-19

don't know if this helps at all. Thanks again for all your help.
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