Bill Erskine

Steering for early 20's International

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I need a steering mechanism (column, box, spark and gas controls) for a sloped nose early 20's International Model K truck.  

 

email me at erskinewl@gmail.com

 

Thanks,

 

Bill Erskine

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That's a later teens / early twenties Jacox steering box. Most commonly used on Buicks however no doubt other things as well.  Small GMC or Chevy truck perhaps ? I have one from a 2 ton or so GMC, very similar but a heavier duty 5 spoke steering wheel spider.

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Wouldn't it be easier for someone to help you get one if you could post a photo or drawing of the beast? I know lots of people have items they don't know fitment on but just don't feel right about scrapping.

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On 1/18/2019 at 10:05 AM, Bill Erskine said:

Thanks for the pictures.  This is not what I am looking for.  Anyone else have one?

 

Bill Erskine

 

Let me Know ... I got this from an abandon IHC truck

 

Text Rick 805-746-9011 

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De Soto,

 

  The steering that you have is too new.  I think it may be from a late 20 International.  

 

  The one that I need has a round boss that goes through a whole on the left front spring hanger.

 

  Anyone else?

 

Thanks,

 

Bill Erskine

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