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I am starting this 1948 international kb5 truck project this winter

Looking for info on carb, fuel tank info. 

Many more I'm sure

 

I'll start posting pictures and questions best I can

 

Mike D 

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Carburetor 

Who sells rebuild kits for this? 

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What is this wire sticking out of my steering 

 

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As you get things together, my suggestion is an electric fuel pump. You will get a faster start and a better running truck. Installed them on both my KB5s

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Wire in steering column for horn. Good old fashioned auto parts store for carb kit. Find the oldest guy behind the counter.

Dennis

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go to eastwood .com and order a catalog as there have a fuel tank cleaner/sealer kit that actually works just follow the instructions they also have lots of body work tools and it a really good wish book for the restorer of fine antiques and junk lol good luck russ

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That wire grounds through the horn button. There should be a relay somewhere that makes the horn blow. Some horns had two wires, and don't use a relay.

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On 10/28/2017 at 6:43 PM, edwardporter1 said:

As you get things together, my suggestion is an electric fuel pump. You will get a faster start and a better running truck. Installed them on both my KB5s

Do they make 6v fuel pumps?

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