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Old 06-16-2006, 02:55 PM
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1955 International Harvester R-110 Pickup



Just wondering if anyone here has any links on where to get parts for this ol' cornbinder? It's got the 240 SD (Silver Diamond?) engine in it.

It would be cool to see what others have done to theirs, too, if you know of some pictures laying around online.

I have no idea in which direction I want to go with this thing, so any ideas or information you guys have, and be willing to share, would be great!

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Old 06-16-2006, 07:42 PM
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Welcome to the board...try This link this will give you a start on parts and such..

Those are neat ole trucks and look good no matter what you do tho I must confess I like the ones done up nicely in a stock or resto kind of way..

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Old 06-20-2006, 12:14 AM
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The early 50s Cornbinders are great looking trucks! I've often wondered why more haven't been rodded. Now I'm going to go looking, google images, here I come. Dan
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I am restoring an "old combinder" and might have some pics in the next month or so. Tell me what you have done to yours.
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I did some work on an R-110 a few years ago. The best parts supplier I could find was travelallparts.com.

Hope this helps...
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There were numerous sized engines for IH pickups and larger truck back in the 50s. SD220 = Silver Diamond 220 cu. in., Green Diamond and Black Diamond. The SD 220 was a 6 cylinder as were the others only larger.
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Do you still have your truck? Looks to be solid, does it still have the original wheels? If you have changed them would you be intrested in selling them?
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I might have a set of 5 steel rims bolt pattern 5 - 4 1/2 will look if interested.
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I might have a set of 5 steel rims bolt pattern 5 - 4 1/2 will look if interested.
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Gen I Dakotas have a front and rear track that is close to the same as the International. I'm not sure about the wheelbase, but I did help a fellow on another forum to do a frame swap on his '47. The Gen I '91-'96 Dakota was fitted with a 318 from the factory, so with its narrow track and V8, it is a good candidate for a frame swap. Find a salvage truck (make certain the frame isn't tweaked) and take everything out of it, wiring and all. Leave nothing but the Dakota sheetmetal, which can be sold off to defray the cost of the build.
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