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2000 International 9400 Eagle. Detroit Diesel, Eaton/Fuller trans, Rockwell rears.
It has almost 900,000 miles on it, and I bought it brand new in the summer of 2000. Nothing has been done to the engine except changing a few gaskets, rear main seal, diamond seal, and some work on the top end (blew a rocker arm bushing and it tore up the camshaft).
Series 60 had alot of cam problems early on but is a solid motor. I worked for a Detroit dealer back in the 80s where they did some of the original testing on that thing. Pretty interesting. Factory had a whole crew "stationed" there...we actually did the very first crank replacement.
Int'l 9400? You Texas guys love those cornbinders:icon_rofl: