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1931 International B2 Truck


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Old 11-07-2014, 04:43:39 PM
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Default 1931 International B2 Truck

my new toy might leave it in its work clothes for a while hasnt ran in two years but don't think it will take much to get her running
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Thanks button's hiding again, but I LOVE that truck !

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I really like them old trucks. Looks like it's a good one. Congratulation on your find! Got more pics? I'd like to see it from the front.
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here's some more picture
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Cool! Now that's a truck.
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F63: When you have the time, would you let me know which engine you have??
Some of my old catalogs list both the XA 31/2x41/2 and the XAH 35/8x41/2 heavier duty version, but don't say whether they were both options or the larger replaced the smaller...
My 38 Vic gasket catalog also shows one gasket--water pump to cyl head--as "XAX-IHC"...which must be some kind of special IH type, as I didn't have any "XAX" on my Wauk list, made up of engine sections in parts catalogs...
If you have the XAH, and you do engine work, that catalog lists two head gaskets: small water holes and large water holes, which implies a block circulation change??
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Thanks button's back again, and the more I see of the truck, the more I like it.

They just have a STYLE all their own that's hard to beat.

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Bud , the XA was thermosiphon, the XAS had a water pump. Now thats the general theory. They may not all have a pump.
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Nice to see another old IHC truck come back to life. I like the original old trucks better than the restored and pretty painted ones. I looked at a 1928 here a few weeks ago but passed on it. Seller wanted 20,000. Would like to know what engine you have also. Is it a flat head or overhead valve.
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is a Waukesha 4 cylinder flat head can there is this to give it more fuel going up and down hills
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That is certainly a beautiful design truck.
I wonder what the number of sales would be, if the manufacturer. Produced a limited number of new editions.
Assuming it would be up to the minimum 2014 necessary standards. Would I want one. By all means. Shane
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Very cool. I'd leave it "as is" too.

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F63: Ahh, we're halfway there---all we have left to find out is WHICH Wauk flathead... (pic won't come up on my set, and I'm not familiar enough with these to see much on my sets fuzzy ).blowup...
Queried Dennis at wehs re' that odd IH XAX; will advise if it's applicable...
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it is a heavy duty xah engine also one more picture for you guys
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Nice looking truck. I see it has a Kansas tag, did you get from down here? I'm in Kansas. I think I would leave it like it is.
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no I picked it up in Colorado
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The tag was issued from Grant County, it is one county east of Colorado's east line.
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