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Old 30-03-20, 03:32
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Default Studebaker US6 info sought

Greetings!
I need bits of information specifically from TM 10-1503 (this is the one with the blue cover), and the September 1942 edition of TM 10-1564.
The information I seek concerns the lighting, fuel tanks and the cargo beds. If anyone owns one of these manuals and would be willing to look up some info, please drop me a line. Or if you have one of these manuals for sale/trade, that would be great too.

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Old 30-03-20, 22:37
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Hi David,
This might be useful (from TM 10-1503).
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Old 31-03-20, 01:20
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Thank you for the reply. Can you provide a photo of the page related to the headlight system, the fuel tank (if it is shown) and the cargo bed?

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David
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Old 31-03-20, 13:15
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David, This photo from Internet. But I have G-630 Service Parts Catalog (1944) in PDF format. I can find the information you need.
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Old 31-03-20, 15:34
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Greetings!
I need bits of information specifically from TM 10-1503 (this is the one with the blue cover), and the September 1942 edition of TM 10-1564.
The information I seek concerns the lighting, fuel tanks and the cargo beds. If anyone owns one of these manuals and would be willing to look up some info, please drop me a line. Or if you have one of these manuals for sale/trade, that would be great too.

Best wishes,
David Doyle
www.DavidDoyleBooks.com
If it helps, a couple of reprint manuals are available here:

https://www.paperprint.be/product_in...roducts_id=105
https://www.paperprint.be/product_in...roducts_id=272

Shipping to your location may be painful, though.

Owen.
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Old 31-03-20, 15:43
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Thanks for pointing those out Owen, but unfortunately they are not the editions that I need. I am seeking the earlier editions.

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David
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Old 31-03-20, 16:05
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Thanks for pointing those out Owen, but unfortunately they are not the editions that I need. I am seeking the earlier editions.

Best,
David
No problem at all David. This one (TM 10-1503) is a bit closer to you:

https://powderriverordnance.com/shop...v=f24485ae434a

It is original, but not so keen on the price.

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Old 01-04-20, 20:56
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David, for an example is several pages about headlamps from G-630 Parts Catalog.
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Old 01-04-20, 21:07
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Thank you for that post Sergey, but unfortunately, that information is from the August 1944 edition (which I have). I desire to compare this information to the information in the 1942 edition, which will be different.

However, thank you for your effort to help.

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David
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Old 01-04-20, 21:22
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Sorry David, but can you say anything about this truck: http://www.mapleleafup.net/forums/sh...ad.php?t=30671 ?
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Old 02-04-20, 16:02
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Unfortunately, I have not yet studied Fords, so I am unlikely to be able to add anything to the discussion about the bomb truck. I do have a little info about bomb trucks in general, however, so what is it that you would like to know?

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Old 02-04-20, 20:41
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David, This truck is not in the books of Crismon and Vanderveen. As a materiel of the Navy, it is not included in the documents of the US Army. First, I would like to know the model designation.
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Old 02-04-20, 23:03
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response posted in appropriate thread.
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Old 03-04-20, 13:28
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Hi David
I have a TM 10-1503 with blue cover. It does not have a date of publication on the front cover.
A typed sheet of paper with the date July 17,1941 has been glued on the inside
of the front cover.
I could not see anything on cargo beds.
I am happy to look up whatever you need.
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Old 04-04-20, 05:59
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Thanks Darryl,
I am curious what the early manual shows as the part number for the radiator guard (group 2103).
Any help appreciated.

Sincerely,
David
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Old 04-04-20, 09:53
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Hi David
TM 10-1503 with blue cover is a maintenance manual and does not have part numbers.
I have a parts list TM 10-1564 dated February 1943 which has the Studebaker part number for the radiator fan shroud as 666539.
I hope this is helpful.
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Old 04-04-20, 09:59
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Hi David
My apologies. I looked up the wrong item.
The Studebaker part number for the radiator guard is 651031P.
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Old 08-04-20, 06:40
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Thanks Darryl!
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Old 11-04-20, 23:56
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I am curious what the early manual shows as the part number for the radiator guard (group 2103).
Any help appreciated.
Hi David,
Have here a really bad but still readable picture from the spare parts catalog for Russia. It was published in 1943 but IMHO the picture is from earlier catalogs not after 1941, if judging from the symmetrical headlight guards and item 2103-2.



And the same picture with much better quality from the spare parts catalog for Britain, also published in 1943. The nameplate is there but the item No. is deleted. Probably the one who was responsible for the pre-print preparing decided the arrow is too hard to erase.



I wasn't able to find the number 651031P in those references I have here. I've found only 649305P but apparently it is out of question, being retrieved from late catalog. Where 651031P is, Darryl? TIA!
Cheers!

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