1967 - 1972 F-100 & Larger F-Series Trucks
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Someday I'm going to see how high I can make this computer bounce. It just ate a long answer. There's a popular plot in science fiction regarding the day that computers become intelligent and self-aware, and begin plotting the demise of humans, But I am eagerly awaiting that day . . . because on that day, computers will have also acquired the capacity to know fear . . . and to feel pain . . . and THAT is the day I shall begin taking my revenge!!
The brake switch on this '68 P350 is apparently the same as the photo Parts Train shows for '91-97 Explorer.
The Early Ford turn signal switch is perfect, as if it were made with the original tooling.
Horizon Ford, Renton, WA, got three hits on their computer last week for switches in the Midwest. At the first place, the Parts man was always somewhere else, and his acting replacement never had time to talk to me. The second place never got me anything but a phone message to leave a callback number, and I'm usually in the field and making lots of noise. The third place had a switch, the electrical side only, and not the mounting ring or canceling mechanism; for this they wanted $150 plus shipping. So I looked further and found Early Ford.
Again, many thanks for your interest and efforts!! In my ignorance, I'm a little surprised that all of the versions of the one-ton chassis, the E, F, and P350, don't have as much commonality of parts as possible. Maybe this is something that FoMoCo is changing now under Alan Mullaly . . . .
Horizon Ford, Renton, WA, got three hits on their computer last week for switches in the Midwest.
FTE sponsor PARTSGUYED.COM = Ed Olson, parts manager of Horizon Ford.
But Ed is out with a medical emergency, so I dunno who you spoke with there.
High Buck! BOB ALLEN FORD in Overland Park KS has ONE = 800-676-0675.
MILLER OBSOLETE PARTS in Vestal NY has ONE = 607-722-5371.
PIONEER MOTOR CO. in Trinidad CO has ONE = 719-846-4100.
GREEN SALES CO. in Cincinnati OH has TWO = 800-543-4959.
The P Series dates back much further than the Econoline (introduced 1961). Originally known as the Vanette, it was redesigned and refered to as the F3 Parcel Delivery 1948/52, it became the P Series in 1953.
1961/74: The Econoline is an integral body, worthless to mount any sort of body on, because... Integrals have no separate frame, the whole tamale, body/frame is one welded unit. That all changed in 1975.
Bill / Retired Ford Parts Manager / Part number research: 1928/2001 trucks & 1928/89 passenger cars.
I am trying to find a clutch assembly for it and i was told advanced auto would have it. when i checked with them the only P series truck they have is the p350. I was told the p350 clutch assembly should work with it but i am hesitant. please advise before i purchase this item please.
my VIN #: P40BVS35337
I need more information on my truck please so i may get the correct parts. if anyone has a link or part number from autozone, napa, or advanced auto or another place please help me out. thanks.
Welcome to the forum. Unless you know for a fact the truck is configured as original, tear it down and see what parts it has. Carry those parts to a good parts house like NAPA and let them match what was in it, what you need. A lot could have been changed since 1973. My guess is at least a couple transmission and engine options were available. Your truck may match the numbers and may not. Good luck and post back. You probably would be better served to start a new thread in the correct forum. This thread is a couple years old.
1949 F-4 script stake bed with a bit of modernization. Built to drive / Stock rebuilt 1956 F350 DRW Ford script stake bed / / 2007 F150 super cab
Why is the word "Illegal" so hard to understand! Are we still a nation of laws?
i guess i can start i new thread. my truck is original. this is the clutch link i have. my friend is going to do the work but he will only have time to come down and put it in. he cant tear it down look at it and then order and wait for the parts. he wants me to order the parts and have them here ready for him. Advance Auto Parts: Search Results for clutch
You don't give a location, but in some big towns there are old specialist companies that might know more than the generalists like NAPA (which, however, certainly is more likely to be of help than the chains that mostly sell oil filters, batteries, and such). For example, here in Seattle we have an old outfit, Brake and Clutch Supply, that has been around for ages and is likely to have an old-timer on hand that remembers everything. Also, companies of this type always sell better parts than the chains.
Thank you brother Bill. i will order the 11" clutch assembly. thank Goodness because if i had to guess i would have ordered the 10"
you are the man!
I was able to get some of the info you stated from Ford Vin decoder but where did you get the rest of the info? i am assuming its years of wisdom but in the off chance you got a secret website vin decoder please let me know.
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