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"Hi Carl,      International stopped building gas engines back in the mid to late 80's. I have heard of some people swapping to diesel engines, but as far as I know they have a different bell housing bolt pattern, so you need…"
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Carl Nyberg left a comment for Kirk Hoffman
"Hi Kirk, I`m Carl Nyberg from Apache Junction, AZ. I have a 1972 Uteliner, 26'. Last time I ran it, it swallowed a valve and suspect not repairable. Do any members know of a newer IHC engine that will fit?  C"
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"Hi Carl,      Welcome to my little group, glad to have another Binder fan. Tell us about your rig, Brand name, size, stuff like that. I have a '73 Grumman that I am working on to eventually hit the road, and a '71…"
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International Harvester Chassis Rv's

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At 4:48am on July 17, 2019, Kirk Hoffman said…

Hi Carl,
     International stopped building gas engines back in the mid to late 80's. I have heard of some people swapping to diesel engines, but as far as I know they have a different bell housing bolt pattern, so you need to change transmissions too. The diesels are a physically bigger engine so that would be a problem too. Personally I would look into re-building the engine you have unless the block itself is ruined. You might also be able to buy a rebuilt engine from a supplier like Jasper engines. Another alternative would be a good used engine. They are out there, but getting harder to find.

  Another alternative might be swapping in another brand engine. I would suggest a Dodge, because of the transmission , but your 1972 probably has the Borg Warner trans. in '73 they went to a Chrysler based 721 trans. Swapping engines is a big project no matter which engine you go with. Mostly depends on money! Keep me posted with your progress. Kirk

At 6:14pm on July 15, 2019, Kirk Hoffman said…

Hi Carl,

     Welcome to my little group, glad to have another Binder fan. Tell us about your rig, Brand name, size, stuff like that. I have a '73 Grumman that I am working on to eventually hit the road, and a '71 Kragar that I have been stealing parts from. The Kragar is a wooden frame under fiberglass, and the wood is mostly rotten. The Grumman is all aluminum and as solid as the day she was built! 

     Let us know if you have questions or need info about anything on your rig and we'll do our best to help/ Sincerely, Kirk Hoffman

 
 
 

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