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1971 C1100 31 Jul 2022 18:15 #237844

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The red C Line gearbox looks like what International called a T15.

The top (or shift tower) on the D Line box doesn't really match the pics of a T17 that my D Line parts book shows.

Could your D Line box be from a Dodge???, and that's why it doesn't quite fit the hole in the Inter floor? I don't now what Dodge used or how different they were.

Brett.
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1971 C1100 31 Jul 2022 18:28 #237845

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I just remembered, i do have one of each here.

Your D Line box looks the same as the box i took out of an AT4-575 Dodge, and interestingly, the gear stick hole in the Dodge floor is 2 inches further back than the gear stick hole in an Inter, which would account for the gear stick hole in your floor being opened up toward the back. The cable type handbrake bracket also suggests Dodge.

Hope this helps. Brett.
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1971 C1100 31 Jul 2022 18:56 #237847

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Easy enough to pick a New Process box, will have an alloy top and the "NP" badge cast into the alloy top.
NP were also fitted to some "F" truck Fords as well as Dodge amongst others.
Different input shafts though.
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1971 C1100 31 Jul 2022 19:18 #237848

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Thanks for the info... The C Line box and D Line box have different tops.. Thought i seen my C line top in Buy & Sell ( 5 speed box and joey box ) was secretly hoping some one would say i had a 5 speed box ... lol... Looks like i,ll be sticking with the box that was in the C Line... Adds up that the D line box was out of a Dodge as the spare box is in the back of an old Dodge ambo used for storage..
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1971 C1100 31 Jul 2022 19:32 #237851

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That braided (served?) flexible fuel line is almost certain to give you trouble. They look great on the outside, but suck air causing you no end of grief (rubber is usually perished). There is one at the tank end, as well. Best replaced by rubber (you can re-use the ends) and run an earth wire to the tank so the fuel gauge works.

Jarrod.

And yes the Braided fuel line was U/S....
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1971 C1100 05 Aug 2022 20:10 #238033

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I,v put a fire in the old girl, only for 15 seconds or so runs sweet.
Can anyone tell me what gear would it run in gear box.
Rear gear box seal should be easy available ?
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1971 C1100 05 Aug 2022 20:22 #238037

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Good news

Seal should be easy at a bearing supply

Dunno about the oil type in the box, all oil companies used to have a number to call about oil and lubrication questions, probably gone now the interweb has taken over

Paul
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1971 C1100 05 Aug 2022 20:38 #238040

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I presume you meant what oil.

I looked at 3 different sites and they say either 75W90 or 80W90 gear oil.

Lang
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1971 C1100 05 Aug 2022 21:10 #238042

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My 1968 C Line operators manual recommends SAE-90 gear oil, and capacity of four speed gearbox 5-3/4 pints.

Brett.
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1971 C1100 05 Aug 2022 21:31 #238046

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Oil; seal will be the easiest and cheapest part to buy.
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