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Old 08-01-2007, 03:29:06 PM
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Default 1949 international pickup

I was wondering if anyone knows were to find a pistion for a 1949 international pickup truck.
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Default Re: 1949 international pickup

Egge Machine Works (Google) can supply pistons for just about anything.
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Default Re: 1949 international pickup

You can also check oldihc.org ( or .com, or .net, I can never remember) for NOS parts sources. Good luck.
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Besides Egge, PER has some sources besides. They seem to do a lot of Green Diamond engines (which I assume you have), and probably know of some other sources.

800-829-1276

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Sorry about the redundancy, sorry. Guess I was not paying attention, I guess.

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Besides Egge, PER has some sources besides. They seem to do a lot of Green Diamond engines (which I assume you have), and probably know of some other sources.

800-829-1276

http://portlandenginerebuilders.com/index2.html
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Default Re: 1949 international pickup

Possibly another option

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If memory serves me, the green diamond did not come out until 1955 or so, as a replacement to the Silver Diamond series. The silver diamond early version was built from 1949 to 1952, and the later SD, 1952 to 55. The early SD series 220 and 240 CID had poured insert bearings, and the later ones had modern day shells. Both had problematic sodium filled exhaust valves. The GD engines were totally modern type construction,
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Andrew, if my memory serves me right, you got that right
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