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Old 08-13-2009, 09:53:28 AM
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Green diamond came first. It was used in the K series trucks in the 40's and before. Was replaced with the silver diamond in 1950. Later went to a slant valve head because of burnt valves. I have a 49 KB 3, (1 ton), that had the green diamond engine. I have replaced it with a 68 BG240 IHC engine. Now I'm looking for King Pins. Napa lists them, but says they have none in stock.
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Green Diamonds came before the Silver diamond. They were flathead six. Last year made was 1949. They were actually designed by Willys around 1933. IHC bought the rights to it and opened the bores up a little. There was an excelent article in Vintage truck this month about this.
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How did we get from a Studebaker to a corn binder ?? LOL
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Probably the same way we got from a post from 2009 to the year 2011??? LOL
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