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Post by mutley on Sun 01 Aug 2010, 10:53 am

hope these work? eventually the truck will be weathered like the motor.

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Post by allan on Sun 01 Aug 2010, 11:06 am

like it got one of these too.
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Re: payhauler 350

Post by Kynan on Mon 02 Aug 2010, 11:43 am

nice build which colour yellow did you use on it. It's not a bad kit to build for its age I should post some pictures of mine at some stage
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Post by zenrat on Mon 02 Aug 2010, 1:44 pm

God its so big!

Great work weathering the engine.

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Re: payhauler 350

Post by mutley on Mon 02 Aug 2010, 5:29 pm

Kynan, humbrol flat yellow,can't remember the number,paints down in the shed.
yeh its not a bad kit ,but still needs a bit of work.
still got more plumbing to do,hydrolic and air before i do any more weathering.
got some good reference pic's of an actual working rig,which shows all the plumbing.

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Re: payhauler 350

Post by Kynan on Mon 02 Aug 2010, 7:43 pm

I have the work shop manual and the parts manual for it and many others that I borrowed (old and out of date was the term that my boss said when he caught me) while on my diesel apprenticeship at International/ Dresser if their is any info that you want on it or any other IH/ Dresser stuff let me know. The Parts Manual are great for reference info as it shows all
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Post by mutley on Mon 02 Aug 2010, 8:35 pm

your just the man i need.
theres a part under the motor that looks like a muffler and runs in to the chassis,which is wrong.
the pics i have seem to run into the radiator,like some sort of cooler,and i think a hydrolic hose runs in the back?
any info would be great,it's been bugging the shite out of me.

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Post by Kynan on Mon 02 Aug 2010, 9:22 pm

will get the book out tomorrow night will post the Diagram for you. The 350 do not have a oil cooler in the radiator will have to look it up have not worked on one since the mine at Queens Town shut down in the early 90's I worked on the newer ones most of the time But they still have the 16 or 20 Cylinder Detroit in them.lol will dig out some pictures of the big stuff like the 910's at the time the biggest in the world
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Post by mutley on Wed 04 Aug 2010, 5:12 pm

here's a few more.

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Post by Kynan on Sat 07 Aug 2010, 1:30 pm

just had a look in the books and at my build model and could not find the pipe that you are talking about for the 350. I also pulled out the scale drawings for the 20V-149TI which is the same motor but with a few more cylinders as the motor in the kit. on some truck had the option of a engine fuel cooler that became standard on the larger models that runs from the rear of the motor above the stall converter, Fuel pump then down to in front of the radiator into a fuel cooler and then returns to the same point then runs down to the engine injector pump. The bit that looks like a muffler is an external oil storage and cooler tank for the Stall Converter (The round thing that sits behind the motor that the drive shaft runs from) This worked sort of like a dry sump and was pressurised by the oil being pumped in it. Like the fuel system their was a dealer / work shop modification option of running an oil cooler down at the radiator, so the photo's you have that show it running down towards the radiator is right for this modification It's not in the books as it was not a factory option but have worked on this mod before as its needed it warmer climates to prevent failure in the heat. I will try and scan the fuel cooler system for you if you like out of the parts book it shows the the fuel shut of valve and fitting bends as well as the bolt sizes

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Re: payhauler 350

Post by mutley on Sat 07 Aug 2010, 2:02 pm

thanks mate,will post a pic of the part tonite. should have done it in the first place! Again thanks for the help.

cheers Dave

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Re: payhauler 350

Post by HOT EH on Sun 08 Aug 2010, 12:21 pm

very good detailing look great should look spot on when finished.
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Post by danny on Tue 10 Aug 2010, 12:44 pm

very nice,like the pluming and extra detail
cheers danny
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Re: payhauler 350

Post by mutley on Tue 10 Aug 2010, 3:10 pm

Kynan,here's some pic's of a brand new 98 model,nothing much has changed since the old mo del that the kit is based on. thats the part running along in front of the axle with the hose clamps on it,if you know what its and where the plumbing runs to. thanks Dave.

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