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wjguthrie

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  1. Dennis Carpenter Cushman parts may have a reprint of owners manual. I dont think it is detailed enough to describe engine mounts.
  2. Rusty, Beautiful truck Try this website http://oldihc.org/phpBB3/index.php Jim Ohio
  3. Lindsay, Put the car up on blocks where the wheels are able to turn. Have someone apply the brakes and see if all wheels lock up. adjust cables. I believe Dennis Carpenter Cushman parts has drums and brake shoes. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1H3rvjIMufdrxT7-Q5l41GwAuKF-n8VpG/view
  4. High wheelers with no model number (ie. no model A,B,C,D, AW,MW etc) Feb 1907- Oct 1907 S.N. 101 - 200 total made 100 Oct 1907 - mar 1910 S.N. 201 - 2972 total made 2772 Source 'International Trucks 1907 - 2007 ' Fred W Crismon
  5. A good spring shop may be able to make them for you if you have dimensions or a pattern..
  6. Great looking MA. PM Bill Erskine, on this web site, He may have an extra chassis. I have an MWX. The long steel shaft from the differential was bowed on my wagon. I had a new one machined. I have the bent one but it is 4 inches longer than the one for the MA.
  7. Clean the points good with a point file or 220 emery paper. Search Olson Gaskets for head gasket and Binder books for owners manual www.olsonsgaskets.com/ https://www.binderbooks.com/ihtruckspre1940.html Jim
  8. I share your interest in early electric cars. while looking for the electric, I am working on a replica of a 1902 Baker, It has a 24 volt electric motor and solid state controller. Here a man made a replica 1910 Studebaker electric https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lIC4TthxWmA
  9. I own a 1913 auto wagon and have some IH literature. I believe the 1907,8,9 had a Patten leather buggy front. The short hood was 1910 and 11. The 1912-15 had a bigger hood and radiator (fake on air cooled.) I have serial number lists if the plate is still on the car. The auto buggy body had a “u” shape or dipped between the seats. The auto wagon was straight back from the front seat . There is a good instruction and parts book available from Binder books. It shows the 1912 but may be of help. The 2 rods on the carb connect together with a clamp. They join together towards the front of
  10. Thank you for the great pictures and story. you start with some rough cars right from the junk yard and turn them into beauties. Your website is well organized and intuitive. It is encouraging to us who are doing some restoration. Jim
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