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  1. I have a used distributor headed here. I'll get a picture of it. And you are right. I am sure there is another one that will match up with it. I just didn't have one to go by. Thanks for your help.
  2. I haven't had an issue with any of the contacts I buy from NAPA as yet. Ano oh by the way. My search for a breaker plate continues but, I did manage to find a salvaged 464 in a yard. I got lucky I and the distributor was still with it. I did buy it.
  3. Thanks. I have left all the information with my local NAPA Monday. Still no luck so far. Thanks.
  4. This is why I need the breaker plate so I can go back to the original ignition. Previous owner changed it to electronic ignition. This has gone bad. That only lasted 2 years. That exact brand Pertronix. I would like to go back to the original.
  5. I need a breaker plate for a Prestolite distributor IBT 4102 6K. Part number in my book is, 531-453-R92 for the plate. I am working on an International 464 tractor with the 4-cylinder C175 gas engine. Any help locating the plate would be appreciated.
  6. . Since I do not see no for sale area on the site, I guess this is as good place as any to offer this TD9. I believe it is a 1955 year. I have 3k in this machine Hauling to my shop. Getting it running, Including filters, kits, oils, fuel, aggravation, labor and babysitting. Has a 9' angle blade. The overall condition is, it is old and worn. (Kinda like me) It does run and operates as it should. I am offering it for the exact amount I have on the books. Pictures included tell the story We are located it eastern Virginia.
  7. I agree with jeeper61. The crane is a Lima. Maybe 604 model late 50's. Most were Cummins powered.
  8. Sounds to me they are on the right path. Binderoid did a good job explaining the rack adjustment. It takes practice to get clevis wobble on each injector without interfering with others.
  9. Guess yall will say, fried pigeon tastes like fried chicken. Not! It is actually better.😁
  10. I like those ol Wisconsin's. I have one left here, it is on a Lincoln welder. They last a long time and run well.
  11. Off topic a bit but. Do I see two Wisconsin engines in the background?
  12. Here is all I found so far. It's a good start. International L series - Wikipedia
  13. Any ideas what year this gem maybe? I briefly looked it over since it just showed this afternoon at my supper time, so I did not look at it long. I did not see no tags, plates of no kind as to serial numbers. Any ideas the locations? It says L200 on the hood so that is the title of the topic.😁 I will get more pictures as time allows and more information as its reason for being here.
  14. I use plastic bottles in mine. Place the parts in the bottles filled with carb cleaner, float them in the tank filled with water. Clean parts and no cleanup of the machine. I also strain the cleaner back into the original can and reuse time and time again. We po folk here gotta save pennies. 😁
  15. They scrap 2 of them a few months ago. Could have saved them but, I cannot save everything with no help. No one is interested in saving old iron and working no more. Shame.😞
  16. 351's, 390's,428's, and 429's. I was always swapping them around from one to another. Corse I was younger and more energetic.😁
  17. Yea, and the intake manifold seems like it weighs 300lbs. Done pulled a many one in my time.
  18. Yes it is! I owned 3 of them in my past. And 7 Ford Torino GT's all together. Wish I had kept a couple. Oh well.
  19. International Model 175 Series C Crawler Loader Parts Manual list catalog 175c | eBay
  20. Lots of folks say they can RUN a dozer but, Damm few can OPERATE one. There is a big difference.
  21. Buddy


    I done good ! 😎
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