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    havi's KB2 IHC truck project

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    havi's KB2 IHC truck project

    Post  havi on Mon Apr 27, 2009 6:02 pm

    Some of us may know I have a Ford F1 in the works, (ever so slowly) and there isn't much from stock on it. But my KB2 truck on the other hand, will be a complete darkside wolf in sheeps clothing. I'll post details at a later time. This may become my build thread as it moves along. Right now, I'm waiting to get the title in my name.
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    Re: havi's KB2 IHC truck project

    Post  havi on Sun May 03, 2009 8:10 pm

    Ok, we can subjectively call this the International Havi-star, lol. Anyway, I measured the rear track width to be 60.5" If anyone can confirm this, I'll be happy to hear it.
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    Re: havi's KB2 IHC truck project

    Post  havi on Wed Aug 04, 2010 11:04 pm

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NMH4OrngV1o Rotisserie for my F1. Again, just tooling up, lol.
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    Re: havi's KB2 IHC truck project

    Post  Darkside Dave on Thu Aug 26, 2010 1:36 pm


    Hi Scott,

    I made this thread a STICKY because it does look as though it is now a build thread.

    Later Man...



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    Re: havi's KB2 IHC truck project

    Post  havi on Thu Aug 26, 2010 5:13 pm

    Thanks, Dave. I must apologize for not participating much as of late, but we all know the mortgage comes first. Anyhow, yeah, the F1 frame is hanging, the rear axle is on stands soaking (trying to get the rusted axle shafts removed Mad ), and the rest is sitting. This weekend, a friend and I will be shuffling things around, and the IH will be coming to the forefront. The F1, is pretty much a long term project, as it will be done up looking nice (hopefully), but the IH is just one of those, "just get it running" type projects. The Fairlane is sitting still, but we finally got some 1" sq. tube in at work, so I can brace the body (for floor removal) when I get some scraps left over.

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