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Well guys here it is, My 1969 1300d 4x4 in the proper forum! I will be working at getting this gem back on the road, I'd appreciate any information people may have on these trucks as well as maybe a source for a parts manual aswell as repair reference if possible. Here's some under hoods. I just got her home the other night. So far I've got a passenger front wheel seems to be frozen (dragging it off the deck truck wasn't fun) I think it might be a siezed wheel cylinder...have yet to dig into it. Also on the same wheel the hub doesn't seem to want to unlock, it turns easy  till about 3/4" from where the unlock dot is? Not sure other than I dont want to force it. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.

Cheers, 

Dan

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One good source of parts is in your backyard--well, in Alberta anyway.  Southland International in Lethbridge has many parts for older IHs.  www.oldinternationaltrucks.com.

Two other places to try are Super Scout Specialist in Ohio and the Scout Connection in Iowa.

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The stance of that thing is mean. I like it. I don’t know about parts sources.  Maybe take the hub/bearing assembly off and clean it all repacking or replacing bearings.   Sometimes cleaning all the junk out will free up a hub. I can look and see if I have a parts book that covers it. Wouldn’t be for sale but I’m happy to use it for helping. Binder books used to have a lot of that stuff reprinted. Not sure their status but for some reason I thought Super Scout Specialists bought them out. 

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1 hour ago, Sledgehammer said:

The stance of that thing is mean. I like it. I don’t know about parts sources.  Maybe take the hub/bearing assembly off and clean it all repacking or replacing bearings.   Sometimes cleaning all the junk out will free up a hub. I can look and see if I have a parts book that covers it. Wouldn’t be for sale but I’m happy to use it for helping. Binder books used to have a lot of that stuff reprinted. Not sure their status but for some reason I thought Super Scout Specialists bought them out. 

  Binder Books and I.H. Parts America  are Now owned and housed in same building. Jeff Ismail is the owner they are in Grass Valley CA.

   They are very knowledgeable I.H.  Scout and pickup, traveletts, etc

      Tony

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Can't tell what make hub it is. I've redone several vintage lock out hubs just by cleaning them up. If it's got travel and won't go the whole way home most likely it's in the detents. There may be a cam in there made of pot metal or delrin. Sometimes those break

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Not uncommon for brake shoes to get rusted to drums over time on vehicles that have sat for a long while. Whacking brake drums with a pretty good sized hammer MAY knock it loose. Other wise try and reach in thru slot in backing plate  to back off adjuster. It that doesn't work i have taken a torch and cut adjustor in two to relieve the brakes so you can get drum off. Again using adjuster slot to heat thru. Adjuster assemblies are usually available new, backing plates might be story, so dont torch it.

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