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Old 04-26-2011, 03:00 PM
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6.0 clutch pedal

I know I'm looking for a needle in a hay stack but here it goes.

I looking for a clutch pedal for a 6.0 Super Duty. I also need the clutch position sensor and pig tail, clutch master cylinder reservoir and the plastics on the steering column.
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Did you ever find the clutch pedal set-up?
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I just bought a pedal from ford. The hydros I used the early ford master cylinder, which is bigger, and the dodge slave cylinder. I got a stainless steel line to join the two.
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What do you figure that set-up cost you to put together? Reason I ask is I am doing a 12V Cummins swap in a 2001 F350 and have a ZF6 that will be going in it. Even the 7.3 pedal sets are difficult to find.
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Just wondering what year of master you used I have a 2003 f250 with a 24v in it I'm pulling out the blown ford tranny and im putting In a dodge 5 speed
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I used a 2003 pedal with a 2003 master cylinder with a custom stainless steel line to adapt to the NV5600 slave cylinder.

I have since done a Allison 6 speed swap. I still have the pedal setup in the garage.
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I used a 2003 pedal with a 2003 master cylinder with a custom stainless steel line to adapt to the NV5600 slave cylinder.

I have since done a Allison 6 speed swap. I still have the pedal setup in the garage.
7.3 master or 6.0 ??
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7.3 master or 6.0 ??
From my understanding there are only two masters and one pedal. The earlier masters are 18mm and the newer are smaller and measure in imperial. So I guses you can say I used a 7.3, but both will go into the clutch pedal because the pedals are the same.
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From my understanding there are only two masters and one pedal. The earlier masters are 18mm and the newer are smaller and measure in imperial. So I guses you can say I used a 7.3, but both will go into the clutch pedal because the pedals are the same.
Ok mint I'll go with the older 7.3 one was just worried that the stroke and bore was to small to be used with the dodge slave
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That's why I went with the earlier MC because it was bigger and I was running a Southbend DD.
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Ok mint thanks
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Just did some digging and the 7.3 or up to early 2004 trucks used a 0.709 in. (18.008 mm) and the newer trucks use a 11/16 or 0.6890 in. bore (17.50 mm)

The newer MC have the reservoir built on and the older MC the reservoir is connected by a tube and is remote mounted like the one I used.
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Awesome thanks for the info iv bin trying to find a sight with the specs with no luck till your first comment when u were looking for the pedals poped up on google
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