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Old 07-01-2005, 12:29:14 AM
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Hi all, new guy here I have a few odds and ends. I'll start with the IHC mod LB 1 1/2 Horse with Radiator (smashed a little) that I have from my Dad. Not running just got it apart. Pop passed before we had time to work on it together, we were too busy working on everybody else's stuff. A neighbor found it for my Dad, it was about one hour from being crushed in a scrap yard, I think it cost him twenty bucks, the mud was free. I'll be around.
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Old 07-01-2005, 06:03:38 PM
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That was my first engine. It didn't have a rad, but did have a pumpjack.
An old timer made me the missing pushrod and I was flabbergasted. Now I'm making parts myself. We learn a lot as we go I guess. Have fun.
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