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Sorry.  I stole the pic from the web years ago, probably ebay. It's a buyers guide from overseas. I'm guessing England or Australia.

I can't afford to buy all the cool stuff but I can steal the images. They are copyrighted but I doubt Navistar cares.

Thx-Ace 

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10 hours ago, IHC5488 said:

@acem

 

 

Where is that 1981 buyers guide from?  I have never seen that one before.  Can I see more pictures of it?

 

Thank you

Looks like OZ to me .... don't think it's NZ 

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15 minutes ago, acem said:

Where exactly was the picture taken?

US 60 north of Globe, AZ on the Fort Apache Indian Reservation

The bridge crosses the Salt River look at the switch backs on the map that takes the road down to the bridge 

The views are stunning 

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1 hour ago, acem said:

Thanks for posting the location!

Here's a few tractors.

I appologize if I repost some images.  I sometimes forget what I have done.  Where did I leave my keys?!?!

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Thanks for putting this picture up Ace. It really shows in detail what the hydro is like on a IH. Back in the way back time ordinary service men would fix them but that skill is somewhat lost.  It always is a hard explaining that they are complicated but not out of the scope of repair by a average trained guy.  My comparison is always to combine or others 2 part hydros. They are very similar in construction and about 93% the same in operation. The IH tractors just took the internal pieces packaged them in a common case and gave it essentially a movable pump and motor swash plate control for more speed range. There are some little parts that route control oil different but not a major groundbreaking change. Plus you have to remember the pumping ,motor  parts were not made by IHC they were supplied by vendor and ihc put them in there case.

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I'm glad you like it. 

I like this old stuff. I go looking for it and copy the images. Sometimes I have to get creative because they try to protect the images...

I do have several brochures of my own.

Thx-Ace 

Below is a spec sheet for loadstar 1600s in England. Notice the d354 (Perkins? ) engine is the standard engine. With rear axle ratios of 5.57, 6.5 or 7.17 it would be slow on the highway.

I wonder how this diesel is in the loadstar? 

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On 1/15/2022 at 9:29 PM, acem said:

I'm glad you like it. 

I like this old stuff. I go looking for it and copy the images. Sometimes I have to get creative because they try to protect the images...

I do have several brochures of my own.

Thx-Ace 

Below is a spec sheet for loadstar 1600s in England. Notice the d354 (Perkins? ) engine is the standard engine. With rear axle ratios of 5.57, 6.5 or 7.17 it would be slow on the highway.

I wonder how this diesel is in the loadstar? 

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They used to run Perkins in the dodge trucks so they should have been good.. saw a Chevy pickup with one once.

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41 minutes ago, TN Hillbilly said:

I could use that 7.17 in my 1700 with the 345.  Talk about torque!

I think the 2 speed rears we had were 6.50 and 8.30 ratio. They still needed more power. 345 2 bbl, 4speed and 2 speed rear. The neighbors c65 Chevy had a 366 4 bbl, 5 speed and 2 speed rear. It was a heavier truck and had a bit more power. 

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3 hours ago, dale560 said:

I think the 2 speed rears we had were 6.50 and 8.30 ratio. They still needed more power. 345 2 bbl, 4speed and 2 speed rear. The neighbors c65 Chevy had a 366 4 bbl, 5 speed and 2 speed rear. It was a heavier truck and had a bit more power. 

Mine is a 345 2 bbl 5 speed/2 speed.

 

Now in my experience, a good running 366 is tough to beat, for trucks of that size.

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The 366 was the best gas engine gm put in a 2 ton truck. They seemed to have a little more power than a 345 but burned more fuel and the 345 will out last it. 

The 350s that were in 2 ton trucks were very short lived round here. Our hills and mountains really stress the drive terrain.

Thx-Ace 

The 1979 catalogue is from somewhere overseas. I snagged the images from fleabay.2056763254_s-l1600(42).thumb.jpg.dd7e7fda58f10887889ec667448cfb25.jpg

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I expected comments on the cane equipment.

Below are from  my personal stash. It took pics with my tablet but couldn't get the lighting right. Sorry for the glare. Any suggestions how to reduce the glare?

First is the early axial flow rice combines.

 

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