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Farmall & IHC Tractors Discussion Forum
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Cute little IH oddity

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Bob

02-12-2020 08:21:21




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(As found on the 'net.)




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c.amick

02-15-2020 18:49:54




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 Re: Cute little IH oddity in reply to Bob, 02-12-2020 08:21:21  
They put those in Scouts up into the late 1970"s.



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Tramway Guy

02-12-2020 15:18:51




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 Re: Cute little IH oddity in reply to Bob, 02-12-2020 08:21:21  
They also offered a turbocharged version of the 152. About the same era as the Corvair and Olds F85 offered one.



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timcasbolt

02-12-2020 14:54:27




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 Re: Cute little IH oddity in reply to Bob, 02-12-2020 08:21:21  
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It depends on the year. Some of those Scouts had a 232 AMC engine, and some of those Jeeps had 258 AMC engines. If you get the right years (never happens) it could be a bolt in. Hypothetically speaking, of course. ;)



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Phil Tibbetts

02-12-2020 17:54:48




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 Re: Cute little IH oddity in reply to timcasbolt, 02-12-2020 14:54:27  
Don't remember what the Jeep had originally for an engine but the Scout was the 1/2 of an 8 cylinder like the pic.



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Phil Tibbetts

02-12-2020 13:23:53




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 Re: Cute little IH oddity in reply to Bob, 02-12-2020 08:21:21  
My brother-in-law had a rusted out Scout with a good engine and Jeep pickup with a bad engine. He adapted the Scout engine to the Jeep and drove it for a number of years. Wan't a power house but it got him wherever he wanted to go.



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Red Dave

02-12-2020 13:00:06




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 Re: Cute little IH oddity in reply to Bob, 02-12-2020 08:21:21  
Not all that odd. My '65 Scout 80 had a 152 cu in 4 cylinder in it, half of a 304 V8.

It was a good engine for me, as long as you kept your speed expectations realistic.



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old

02-12-2020 15:07:54




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 Re: Cute little IH oddity in reply to Red Dave, 02-12-2020 13:00:06  
When I moved to Missouri I had a 1961 IH pickup with the 4 cylinder and a 3 or 4 speed on the floor. If ti could get traction it could pull most any thing as long as you did not want to get there in a hurry



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BarnyardEngineering

02-12-2020 12:48:41




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 Re: Cute little IH oddity in reply to Bob, 02-12-2020 08:21:21  
Nah they were rusted away long before the clunkers program was even thought of.



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Bob

02-12-2020 10:11:07




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 Re: Cute little IH oddity in reply to Bob, 02-12-2020 08:21:21  
Yep, brain fart there, FOR SURE!



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timcasbolt

02-12-2020 09:55:31




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 Re: Cute little IH oddity in reply to Bob, 02-12-2020 08:21:21  
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Those engines were the base engine in the old Scouts. I'll bet most of them got scrapped during the clunker buyback era.



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Jal-sd

02-12-2020 12:16:05




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 Re: Cute little IH oddity in reply to timcasbolt, 02-12-2020 09:55:31  
I know a guy that has a 194 in an I-H 1/2 ton short box. I think it's a mid '60's. It has torsion front suspension, like Chrysler products of the day. Says it gets good milage for a pick up.



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Bob

02-12-2020 09:24:14




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 Re: Cute little IH oddity in reply to Bob, 02-12-2020 08:21:21  
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I don't know what size it is.

They made both 152 and 196 engines, half of a 304, and half of a 396, but I don't think they made "half a 345".

The photo I found is without any accompanying info.

Any "experts" out there who can tell the difference from the photo?



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Cmore

02-12-2020 09:40:53




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 Re: Cute little IH oddity in reply to Bob, 02-12-2020 09:24:14  
Would be 1/2 of 392.



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Cmore

02-12-2020 08:50:09




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 Re: Cute little IH oddity in reply to Bob, 02-12-2020 08:21:21  
1/2 of a 304 or 345??



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