Internantional is known for using parts from other Mfgrs particularly
electrical from Delco Remy and Autolite so it wouldn't be surprising to find
out the switch you need is also a more common GM or Ford item. Something to
"Opportunities are spawned from crisis"
Any one know where I could locate a windshild wiper switch for a 1967
International Pickup 1100 Series?
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YUP where the switch came from depends not on the year but the serial
number, that is "Cornbinder" was notorious for switching suppliers at the
drop of a hat. You may find the identical switch in a Marine Supplier, a
farm tractor or another IH, "X" years earlier or newer, and no matches
IH loved to use ten pounds of cast where a pound of steel would last a
lifetime. Good machines but a nightmare for replacement parts (both price
and availability) when they were going strong.
If you have the mid '50s early '60s IH 304 V8 gaspot it's a good puller but
don't wind it up too high, they love to float valves and bend pushrods for
guys that like to stretch out the speedshifts. They also loved to throw rods
for inexperienced hotshot 3 & 5 Ton drivers snowplowing highways. Drop down
a gear or two to Push heavy snow uphill, crest to find a clear downgrade,
wind her up to makeup time and disaster.
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