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'56 International 4WD Brush Truck Series S-140


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Default Re: '56 International 4WD Brush Truck Series S-140

Thank you. Not much will probably happen until the weather gets better. If the FB group has any great ideas, please let me know.
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Default Re: '56 International 4WD Brush Truck Series S-140

i had one of these only 2wd though, this was back before the internet. no one back then could find brake parts! now from what i remember they used a spicer rear axle so you should be able to switch backing plates, drums, shoes, etc from a newer truck with the same axle. GM would be tricky they made some of their own axles. i dont have any info on the front end since its 4wd. i would defenitly up grade two a dual master cylinder, if it were me i would look around for a school bus junked out. i have a IHC bus and it has hydraboost and will lock up all six tires if you want / need to. great looking old truck!
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Thought I may have a manual but it is for the smaller S 120 series.
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I was needing wheel cylinders for my 1961 International B160, I actually found them NOS at a local shop, WEBB’s Truck parts. Had to do some digging but I found them. So don’t give up.
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