International Harvester Chassis Rv's

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International Harvester Chassis Rv's

This is a group for any and all RV's that are on International Harvester chassis. Both the 1300 and 1500 series chassis.

Location: Stockton, IL.
Members: 12
Latest Activity: Oct 8

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Grumman - Load bearing walls or support needed? 74 Replies

Hi all.These 2 images show, more or less, the shape the interior is in, in my Grumman.I know a few of you have done fairly extensive restorations and I was hoping to get some input.As you can see the…Continue

Started by Paul. Last reply by Paul Oct 8.

IH 1510MHC Brakes locked up rear hub. 3 Replies

I got a little off topic on my previous post that started with a question about load bearing walls on my 72 Grumman motorhome with the IH 1510MHC chassis. For that stuff and more search "load bearing…Continue

Started by Paul. Last reply by Paul May 21.

International Harvester with questions 1 Reply

Does anyone have any information on the history of International Harvester 1973 motorhome?

Started by Dee Brooks. Last reply by NancyB Feb 24, 2020.

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Comment by Robert Allen on September 21, 2018 at 10:52pm
I need to know what size and or group of battery or batteries is required for a 1972 Avco on a 1510 MHC chassis. The engine size would be 392 cubic inches. Any help or answers please?
Comment by David Ungers on September 10, 2018 at 3:14am

I have a 1970 international chassis 1510 was wondering if any one knows if you can put a disc brake conversion on it??

Comment by Peter Solin on October 8, 2017 at 9:00am

Looking for any information on a North American All Seasons RV built in Sioux City, Iowa, on a 1970 International frame. Thanks for your help.

Comment by mike hutchison on February 28, 2017 at 9:07pm

sorry I put 1410 should be 1310    mikeh

Comment by mike hutchison on February 28, 2017 at 9:05pm

hey kirk;  my motorhome saya it a 1410 mhc on the tag and it got 5 lug buds on it , and the 16in wheels I put on are ford and dodge 1t tubeless.      yes ihc motorhomes were built at the then discontinued metro plant in Chicago.  also you may have solved a long standing problem about some of couch wiring and converter.    thanks you've helped a bunch.    mikeh

Comment by mike hutchison on February 18, 2017 at 10:13pm

hi all;  ive been on here since oct. of last year.  working on a 74 I h c , and yes I H C built motorhomes for 1 year.  ive been through brakes ,wheel bearings ,replaced wheels to tubeless, repaired and replaced dash wiring and gauges, replaced fuse panel. put in new circuit breaker box because fridge was bad (replaced with Wal-Mart 120v unit and microwave).  but now my question to anyone who knows or understands part of the coach wiring is 120v and part is 12v.  this unit has a phillips converter pt# pc301-m-2, 30 amp ,which is no longer available.  it was struck by lightning, as was my house last year.  can someone explain wiring  and converters to me?  I understand most of it but would like to talk to some body who knows much more than me.  buy for now bless you all and be safe;  mi

Comment by Peter Woods on December 4, 2016 at 3:57pm

Hello, I have a 1972 Superior 2200 on the 1300 MHC chassis. 8 lug axles. It has a 392 and 727 trans, with a gearvendors under/overdrive. Runs on both gas and propane. Have added both front and rear stabilizer bars. We made a set of 19.5" rims for truck radials, using the 8 lug centers. Next i'd like to swap out the front beam axle for a disc brake axle. any thoughts on a donor axle would really be a help. will get some pics onto site soon. I'm down here in central Mexico, and have been up to the Salt Flats from here. about 5,000 mls. Thanks, and good wishes! Peter

 

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IH 1510MHC Brakes locked up rear hub. 3 Replies

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Grumman - Load bearing walls or support needed? 74 Replies

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International Harvester with questions 1 Reply

Started by Dee Brooks. Last reply by NancyB Feb 24, 2020.

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