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Offline Mick_Marsh

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International Mk3 part numbers (and manufacturers)
« on: July 23, 2012, 09:21:24 PM »
Shamelessly gleamed from another site

this is from the mk4 book so likely the same as mk3
Front brakes are Girling - so these are probably the same items as in the RL Bedfords

    * RH Cyl Ass 390534W
    * LH cyl Ass 390535W
    * the seal kit is SP02046
    * plunger assembly 64276970
    * shoe both 64377304DA

Rear brakes Girling

    * cylinder assembly 64673693
    * plunger assembly 64270834
    * adjuster assembly 64275673
    * shoe both 64377304DA

master cylinder Bendix 272097

Hub seal listed as Flavel 10883 (NSN 5330-66-018-3392)

    * Seal, plain encased, steel case, leather spring loaded angular element
    * 3.875 in. shaft dia,
    * 5.125 in. bore dia,
    * 5.129 in. OD
    * 0.500 in. W


Does anyone know what the part numbers and manufacturers of the flexible brake lines are?
REMLR # 310, MVCA # 364, 101 Club # 2188, MHG #101
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Re: International Mk3 part numbers (and manufacturers)
« Reply #1 on: July 29, 2012, 04:27:41 PM »
Rear Wheel Bearings

Inner Race - Timken 395-S (the small one) and 567X (one of each per wheel)
REMLR # 310, MVCA # 364, 101 Club # 2188, MHG #101
29-417 101 GS, 30-248 101 Rapier Tractor. 30-238 101
34-597 Crump & Cornish 1 ton Cargo Trailer
RT21 RAAF Track Tactical Trailer, 234-671 RAAF Track Tactical Trailer

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Re: International Mk3 part numbers (and manufacturers)
« Reply #2 on: August 30, 2012, 01:28:27 PM »
After a description, part number, source for the International Mk3 AGD 282 motor.
I'm after a new mechanical fuel pump if anyone can supply me with some information that would be appreciated.

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Re: International Mk3 part numbers (and manufacturers)
« Reply #3 on: August 31, 2012, 07:55:40 AM »
I need a pump also. Be great to know where to get them.

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Re: International Mk3 part numbers (and manufacturers)
« Reply #4 on: August 31, 2012, 11:48:24 AM »
wfc is absolutely correct.. Think 1960's / 70's Australian.   
The part numbers though in the Inter parts book might be a bit helpful if your local parts shop isn't as knowledgable.
There were 2 brands of pump fitted.. both would be interchangable I would think since the engine blocks are all the same & the pump had to lever off the camshaft. 
But the Carter is 84 838R93 complete pump // kit 114 881R92..  The Bendix Technic (more common) pump is 888 866R91  //  Kit is 3207 832R91..  Your local Iveco Truck dealer should be able to cross reference these..  In most instances the kit is just a piece of tyre tube cut in a circle, a light spring & gasket goo..
From my memory, the difference in the pumps was that one had a fabricated pump arm  & the other was a cast alloy..  but don't ask me which was which.

A common rectification was just to make a plate up to bolt over the hole in the block & fit an in-line electric pump.. For the puritans, take the lever out of the pump, re-bolt to the block & run the fuel lines through the pump as before, & fit the elctric pump in an obscure place (maybe??)
The only thing to be aware of is that the rubber diaphragm will let fuel into the sump if its leaking.

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Re: International Mk3 part numbers (and manufacturers)
« Reply #5 on: August 31, 2012, 07:49:45 PM »
This thread was intended as a reference to parts. The idea was to list the part numbers and manufacturers so people with these vehicles could go to various suppliers and say "I want the equivalent of .............".
I did not intend it to be a "Parts Wanted" or "This is how to fix up". I think they would be better served in their own threads.
I do like the way threads change direction but I also don't like wading through unrelated stuff to get to pertinent information.
REMLR # 310, MVCA # 364, 101 Club # 2188, MHG #101
29-417 101 GS, 30-248 101 Rapier Tractor. 30-238 101
34-597 Crump & Cornish 1 ton Cargo Trailer
RT21 RAAF Track Tactical Trailer, 234-671 RAAF Track Tactical Trailer

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Re: International Mk3 part numbers (and manufacturers)
« Reply #6 on: August 31, 2012, 08:01:56 PM »

"After a description, part number, source for the International Mk3 AGD 282 motor.
I'm after a new mechanical fuel pump if anyone can supply me with some information that would be appreciated."

Sorry, thought that's what I said and some kind souls attempted to guide me with both part and kit numbers and to advise that should I not be able to get the exact parts, there are substitute components that maybe applicable. Apologies if I missed something. I'm new to this game of forums and getting the applicable rule and not offending is proving difficult.

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Re: International Mk3 part numbers (and manufacturers)
« Reply #7 on: August 31, 2012, 09:04:33 PM »
Sorry about that Mick_Marsh. I did not mean to upset the thread with that bit of info.I've removed the offending post. Regards, Bruce.

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Re: International Mk3 part numbers (and manufacturers)
« Reply #8 on: September 29, 2012, 11:15:15 PM »
The RPS lists the front brake hoses as being TSE (Technical Services Establishment) so they are an army special, but it does give the dimentions : bore 1/9'' OD 15/32 2'61/2"long. No mention of the threads.Thje brakes on these trucks are Girling Wanderer, and I don't think they were used on any civvy trucks. The fuel pump is an AC brand and the AC part No. is 795 082. It has a hand priming lever. The pump used on the Fordson Power Major is very similar, and at least 2 sellers on Ebay list that one.. If anyone wants info on part numbers send a message.

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« Reply #9 on: September 30, 2012, 08:38:31 AM »
Thanks Blubell, I had seen the  Fordson pumps I thought the same and contacted the seller. He advised he has never sold one for the IH purpose, but I agree they look remarkably similar. For $69 bucks I'm tempted to trial the exercise. I don't know if anyone on here has tried this part.
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Re: International Mk3 part numbers (and manufacturers)
« Reply #10 on: October 01, 2012, 10:33:58 AM »


 Going by the RPS on the Mk3 & Mk4 the fuel pump looks very similar as to what is fitted to the series 2/2a Landrover,the only thing different is the cam lever,P/N (AC1524151) so maybe that is all you would need to change,from a standard 4 cylinder Landrover pump,but I think that you could use the AC pump from a Holden motor (grey or red) and just modify/change the camlever to suit, as they all work at 3-5 lbs pressure  :)

N.B. That the current unleaded fuels particularly the 10% Ethanol blends,will eat rubber components, and therefore the use of a solid state electric pump like a Facet type would be an advantage,would save an embarassing breakdown in multi lane traffic whilst returning from a display, that is what I will going to fit when the Landy comes back on the road,and use a blanking plate over the original pump location

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Re: International Mk3 part numbers (and manufacturers)
« Reply #11 on: October 02, 2012, 12:28:58 AM »
It's that dilemma of authenticity versus......well if it doesn't get there then what are you displaying......I'm hearing reliability creeping in.