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I am new to this forum. I have an old 1929 International al3 truck. It has the lycoming slh six cylinder engine. I am in search of a fan hub for it. I have not been able to locate one. I am also in search of the linkage for the timing advance. Any help would be great
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There is one of these trucks sitting derelict about 60 miles from me. It's strictly a parts unit and I know the owner. The one snag is it is currently parked in a shelter belt and the snow is drifted in about 6 ft+ on the average around here. Depending on the thaw it could be mid to late April before an exploratory trip could be made to see if the parts you need are still there.
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The correct designation for that engine is, despite its being a 6cyl, 4SLH
The engine series seems to go 4S, 4SG, 4SL, 4SLH, 4SM and 4SMH. all the same b/s with one set of gaskets listed for the series......
While they don't necessarily have the same parts as yours, they might...no, I have nothing on what differences they might have.
Auburn used the 4S, Elcar used the 4SM and Gardner used both of those; all used other Lycs that might have usable parts...
The series wasn't one of the most popular as far as number of makes using, but fair penetration, and I have no production numbers to guess whicih'd be the rarest now...the above three have clubs/sites you can check if oldihc no help...
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Thanks for your reply! It seems like there are a good many old trucks in that part of the country
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I just clicked on oldinternationaltrucks.com...I'd assumed it was just another adds for oldihc.com, the Int'l truck forum, but I see they're separate outfits...
If you're not already aware of oldihc.com (org?) you'll find help, advice and sympathy there......
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