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Old 11-23-2007, 07:00 AM
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52 international 6 cyl engine

Does anyone know anything about swapping the 6 cly engine thats in the older internationals with anyhing?I have a 52 international truck that has the 6 cyl in it.I was wondering what would bolt up to the trans in it.It has a manual thats in the floor.It is the original trans.If anyone knows anything about them let me know.Thanks for your time.

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Binders had their own engine line in those years............In the late 60s-70s they used a lot of AMC engines. That's about all I know about them.

Here is an International forum you may be interested in......

http://www.binderbulletin.org/
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Thanks for the info.I checked the site out and posted there as well.Maybe i can get it figured out.If not ill just start fabricating and see how it goes.
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If you are planning an engine swap, I would suggest finding an engine/trans combo to go in it. A lot easier than trying to adapt an engine to your trans which may be too weak for the extra power anyways....just a thought.
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What would be a good choice to go with a 302.I have a 302 so i would not have to buy and engine.Thanks again
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