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Rent a skid steer dude. I know you can run it and you'd be done already

Not in a hurry. I want to save the funds for the shop addition. This is part of my self imposed rehab from sitting on my but after the surgery. The night time pain was a little less last night. I did not push it today. Only 6 loads, but I did push the wheelbarrow instead of using the Mower to move it.
 

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A diesel scout. No wonder why it's at the back of the shop. international didn't have a small diesel that fit well in the truck. so they sourced a Nissan.
Good God, I would rather have a 6.2 in my scout then a Nissan in my.....wait wrong thread....


Actually a manual trans version is actually more common so much so, they dropped the auto as an option after 2 years.
Total diesel run for the course of about 5 years was like 10k units of something like that, so not a rare as you might think. An early year (ie. 1975) version is rarer then a later model (ie. 1980) as they put alot more in units the later production runs.
 
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A diesel scout. No wonder why it's at the back of the shop. international didn't have a small diesel that fit well in the truck. so they sourced a Nissan.
Good God, I would rather have a 6.2 in my scout then a Nissan in my.....wait wrong thread....


Actually a manual trans version is actually more common so much so, they dropped the auto as an option after 2 years.
Total diesel run for the course of about 5 years was like 10k units of something like that, so not a rare as you might think. An early year (ie. 1975) version is rarer then a later model (ie. 1980) as they put alot more in units the later production runs.
Except that is a 1980, one year only for square headlights and the only year for a Turbo Diesel.
 

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At least with a diesel you could probably drive it in the rain lol.
All 3 of my gassers were useless with much over a small puddle :doah:

Last one I siliconed the dizzy cap but that just shorted its life span. Then shortly after I killed the truck anyway :whistle:

And went to a Ford lol.
 

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Turbo version came out in 78...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Harvester_Scout#Engines
Only 6400 produced.
International offered the Scout with a variety of engines over its years of production. The Scout 80 (1961–1965) had the gasoline-powered 152 four-cylinder as its standard engine. From 1965 to 1971 (Models 800, 800A, and 800B), engine options were the gasoline-powered 196 four-cylinder, AMC 232 six-cylinder, 266 V-8, and the 304 V-8. A turbocharged version of the 152 four-cylinder engine was offered from 1965 to 1967.[citation needed]

A few early Scouts are rumored to have left the factory with Perkins diesel engines, but these would have been special-order trucks and not a standard option. The Scout II (made between 1971 and 1980) had the following engine options: the 196 4-cylinder, 232 6-cylinder (early production), 258 6-cylinder (later production), 304 V-8, and 345 V-8. At the time, International did not manufacture a diesel engine small enough to be used in the Scout, and so starting in 1976 used the Nissan SD33 diesel engine as an option. This engine was replaced by the SD33T turbodiesel engine in 1980.
The SD33T is a turbocharged 3.2 L; 198.0 cu in (3,245 cc) straight-six diesel engine that was used in 1980 for the powerplant in 6,400 International Harvester Scout II's. All were equipped with a T-19 manual transmission.

From July 1983 until 1987, SD33T engines were fitted to the Nissan Patrol MK (160 series - model 2). The SD33T produces 95 PS (70 kW; 94 hp) and 237 N⋅m (175 lb⋅ft) of torque and is considered to be a fuel efficient and reliable diesel engine.

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Harvester_Scout#Engines
Only 6400 produced.
International offered the Scout with a variety of engines over its years of production. The Scout 80 (1961–1965) had the gasoline-powered 152 four-cylinder as its standard engine. From 1965 to 1971 (Models 800, 800A, and 800B), engine options were the gasoline-powered 196 four-cylinder, AMC 232 six-cylinder, 266 V-8, and the 304 V-8. A turbocharged version of the 152 four-cylinder engine was offered from 1965 to 1967.[citation needed]

A few early Scouts are rumored to have left the factory with Perkins diesel engines, but these would have been special-order trucks and not a standard option. The Scout II (made between 1971 and 1980) had the following engine options: the 196 4-cylinder, 232 6-cylinder (early production), 258 6-cylinder (later production), 304 V-8, and 345 V-8. At the time, International did not manufacture a diesel engine small enough to be used in the Scout, and so starting in 1976 used the Nissan SD33 diesel engine as an option. This engine was replaced by the SD33T turbodiesel engine in 1980.
The SD33T is a turbocharged 3.2 L; 198.0 cu in (3,245 cc) straight-six diesel engine that was used in 1980 for the powerplant in 6,400 International Harvester Scout II's. All were equipped with a T-19 manual transmission.

From July 1983 until 1987, SD33T engines were fitted to the Nissan Patrol MK (160 series - model 2). The SD33T produces 95 PS (70 kW; 94 hp) and 237 N⋅m (175 lb⋅ft) of torque and is considered to be a fuel efficient and reliable diesel engine.

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So.... LS. swap...???:dunno:
 
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