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Re: 6BT Cummins in IH pickup

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cumminspuller

11-18-2012 05:47:34
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I've not seen one in a IH pickup but it would be cool. What year model are you looking for? I'd like to have a 48 or 49 model and put a 4bt or 6bt in myself.




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Theron Dickinson

11-18-2012 06:01:05
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 Re: 6BT Cummins in IH pickup in reply to cumminspuller, 11-18-2012 05:47:34  
I already have a 1975 150 but the 345 in it needs a rebuild bad but only after 383,000



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cumminspuller

11-22-2012 05:44:15
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 Re: 6BT Cummins in IH pickup in reply to Theron Dickinson, 11-18-2012 06:01:05  
That would be cool. That is one of my favorite body styles from IH. The 6bt is easier to find. The 4bt will cost a little more under normal circumstances. You can buy adapter kits to hook a 6bt or 4bt to other transmissions. Just for a riding around truck and not doing a lot of very heavy work the 4bt would be fine if you wanted to keep the motor stock I think.



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