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01-30-2013 01:07 PM
crashhawk Ahh, the curse of the scout build strikes again.

I swear that's the way to get things going in every other area of your life, start building an IH.
01-30-2013 09:41 AM
fordnut Wow sorry to hear I was enjoying watching this build.
01-30-2013 07:39 AM
binderbound I wish. No, I finally got a decent job but had no time to work in my own shop/business so I closed it down. I have no place at my house to work on it so it sits tarped in my back yard. My garage is full of parts and stuff, just no place and no time. I will be married soon and have a family now that absorbes a lot of everything. I have a feeling, by the time I have a place and time to work on it, the stock class will be no more, but we'll see. Thanks.
01-30-2013 01:00 AM
86chevyjoe update?
09-24-2012 07:11 PM
binderbound
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Originally Posted by str8rbill View Post
Dan, check your P.M.,Let's get this thing going.
Replied. Thanks!
09-24-2012 06:49 PM
str8rbill
Wtf

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Originally Posted by binderbound View Post
Not much rig related. I did get a new steady, decent paying job so I'll be able start moving forward on it again. Havent given up on it.
Dan, check your P.M.,Let's get this thing going.
09-20-2012 08:10 PM
binderbound
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Originally Posted by Truegiant View Post
Any updates?
Not much rig related. I did get a new steady, decent paying job so I'll be able start moving forward on it again. Havent given up on it.
09-18-2012 08:56 PM
Truegiant Any updates?
05-21-2012 10:07 AM
binderbound A & A has always been good to me and they know their 727's.

http://www.aandatrans.com/Department...727-Trans.aspx
05-21-2012 09:44 AM
LibertySand
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Originally Posted by binderbound View Post
I need basic rebuild kit, 4 pinion planetary, bolt in sprag, HD clutches/frictions, etc... I really didnt want to bolt in some marginal trans just to pull it out in a few months because it ate itself testing.
Got a link or a shop where I can look any of these up? Price wise...
05-20-2012 06:55 PM
binderbound
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Originally Posted by LibertySand View Post
What kinda T case are you looking for? Trans? Would love to help if I can.
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Originally Posted by REDDMANIAC View Post
i believe he said d300, not sure if needing to b IH d300 tho.
I have a Jeep D300 since I'm running an AMC 727 to go behind the AMC 258. I was hoping for 32 spline outputs for the Tcase.

I need internals for the tranny. I have an AA reverse pattern full manual valve body and a good torque converter. I need basic rebuild kit, 4 pinion planetary, bolt in sprag, HD clutches/frictions, etc... I really didnt want to bolt in some marginal trans just to pull it out in a few months because it ate itself testing.

I'm not half assing this build for the sake of finishing it. I want to do it as right as I can the first time around.
05-16-2012 09:38 PM
REDDMANIAC
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Originally Posted by LibertySand View Post
What kinda T case are you looking for? Trans? Would love to help if I can.
i believe he said d300, not sure if needing to b IH d300 tho.
05-16-2012 02:19 PM
LibertySand
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Originally Posted by binderbound View Post
Big purchase will be shocks or cage material

Small purchase would be transmission/T-case parts
What kinda T case are you looking for? Trans? Would love to help if I can.
04-13-2012 07:38 PM
Irongrave damn cool to see a binder getting built into an Ultra style car. best of luck to the other binder freaks out there
04-13-2012 07:26 PM
binderbound
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Originally Posted by LibertySand View Post
What's your next "big" purchase?
What's your next "small" purchase?
What do you need right now to get something started/finished?
Big purchase will be shocks or cage material

Small purchase would be transmission/T-case parts

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Originally Posted by LibertySand View Post
Any updates?
No, work has still been slow and the shop has been bringing in enough to keep the doors open but not much above that. Sorry.
04-12-2012 04:57 PM
LibertySand Any updates?
03-14-2012 02:07 PM
LibertySand
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Originally Posted by binderbound View Post
For an update....major work slowdown has really limited my race truck funds. So, not much forward progress as of now.
What's your next "big" purchase?
What's your next "small" purchase?
What do you need right now to get something started/finished?
03-14-2012 01:54 PM
tsm1mt
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Originally Posted by R290 View Post
weight, but I found a post by Tom in Montana where his front body mount tore.

You can see some booger welds in there, too, from earlier cracks. I might have even patched that with the buzz box way back when. I would check it every few races and then weld the crack(s) back up as they migrated.

I don't know if the mount finally tore in the rollover or not - but that's ultimately when I pulled the body off to do the repairs and found that, along with the other mount damaged, the engine mounts folded down (engine trying to exist the bottom) and however many other fatigues and failures.

Poor Scout.

A few years after the body mount plating, the cab side of the mounts began to fail. Ultimately, this was all "solved" (until the final roll) by coming up off the frame into the seat bars and supporting the body/cage in additional points other than the body mount.
03-14-2012 01:32 PM
yotota In for updates on this one, it looks like a great budget project. And I have to support the fellow PNW guys on here.
03-14-2012 01:29 PM
binderbound
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Originally Posted by R290 View Post
I really like how you have boxed, plated and wrap the spring hangers to the frame.



Are you going to doing something like this for the body mounts?
I know your cage will go the frame, but those body mounts can fatigue the frame with the cantilever weight they carry. I know your dropping all extra weight, but I found a post by Tom in Montana where his front body mount tore.

Yes, body mounts will get boxed. The frame plates meet up to them as well so they will get extra welds on it.
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Originally Posted by 72blazer View Post
Looks like the condition of the Scout and frame magnify the look of the welds and fabrication to be 1000X better...

cool project & best of luck with KOH
Yeah, hack fab at best.

Thanks!


For an update....major work slowdown has really limited my race truck funds. So, not much forward progress as of now.
03-14-2012 01:22 PM
72blazer Looks like the condition of the Scout and frame magnify the look of the welds and fabrication to be 1000X better...

cool project & best of luck with KOH
03-14-2012 12:45 PM
R290 I really like how you have boxed, plated and wrap the spring hangers to the frame.



Are you going to doing something like this for the body mounts?
I know your cage will go the frame, but those body mounts can fatigue the frame with the cantilever weight they carry. I know your dropping all extra weight, but I found a post by Tom in Montana where his front body mount tore.

03-05-2012 05:38 PM
binderbound
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Originally Posted by NoMoreLiberals View Post
Is that your 800? I saw that body on CL a few weeks back
Yeah, that was mine. Its resting peacefully at Swift and McCormicks in Terrebonne now.
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Originally Posted by beast1210 View Post
I have those hankook MT 35x12.5 Im not using if you need them for mock up or whatever. They arent on rims though.
I might take you up on that when I'm closer to being done. Thanks!
03-05-2012 11:15 AM
beast1210
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Originally Posted by binderbound View Post
35's are the maximum. Dont have any yet. Probably run some craigslist cheapies until I can work a deal.
I have those hankook MT 35x12.5 Im not using if you need them for mock up or whatever. They arent on rims though.
03-02-2012 06:16 PM
NoMoreLiberals
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Originally Posted by binderbound View Post
Is that your 800? I saw that body on CL a few weeks back
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