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 Post subject: Big binder
 Post Posted: Wed Aug 13, 2008 7:47 am 
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So i got a lead on a big binder truck with divorced transfer case....i need to go look at it, but what front axle would this thing have? 60?

it's old....1 ton....same guy i found my last 1 ton from :-)

(binder = international) for those who don't know

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 Post subject: Re: Big binder
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Probably Dana axles, but the binders always seemed to use really weird axle configurations.

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i've been reading....probly has closed knuckle 60 with a 70 full float rear....depending on how "big" the truck is

going to look at it sometime next week, or sunday night...depends how fast i can clean/re-organize my garage

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 Post subject: Re: Big binder
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IH always seemed to use odd stuff in their trucks. Depending on what you want to do with the truck you may want to swap in some more common axles and steering.

www.binderbulletin.org
www.oldihc.org

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 Post subject: Re: Big binder
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Scout-Matt wrote:
IH always seemed to use odd stuff in their trucks. Depending on what you want to do with the truck you may want to swap in some more common axles and steering.

www.binderbulletin.org
www.oldihc.org


Yeah, turns out it was a D200 or somethign like that, 3/4 ton, with 6" of block lift and dry rotted tires, decent motor...$800 reg cab steel flatbed, single rear wheel

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