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Guy I am in need of one IH crawler Guide Light mounting Bracket.

If anyone has one please let me know. Thank you  

 

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I was able to get a mounting bracket from general Gear.

Found that a Cycle Ray guide lens from an old knucklehead Harley fits these old style crawler guide lights perfect same size.

Has a different pattern on the lens but with brush guards on you can't see it anyway.

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Looks great, would have thought knuck parts would have been more pricey than TD

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old iron  I maybe having a set of tracks for sale pin and bushings like new. i'm up state now but lived in wading river till the 80's

                                                                Tuscarora trader

 

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Have been collecting parts from varies place's, I have a question not sure of what I am finding?

Some brush guards the screen is straight across and up and down. Other I have are diagonal.

no matter how you turn them the grid stays the same. Did International or Caterpillar make them different?

Witch is correct for witch? Never noticed it before. 

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The old IH and Cat lights are very similar if not the same. Farmers use want they can find cheap so who knows what is original 70 years latter. 

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IIRC I did a bit of grinding inside the mounting ring and could fit a Lucas semi-sealed beam unit - the automotive style with replaceable bulbs.  I had to make some spring wire clips to hold it.

Was a long time ago and the light and dozer went down the road so I can't go and check.

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