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Old 05-04-2013, 07:07 PM
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Ok,,, correct VIN is in red,,, do not know how I managed that,,, I don't remember drinking,,

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VIN contains 11 digits, it's missing the engine (4th digit) and assembly plant (5th digit) codes.

F60 = F600.

Engine?

Assembly Plant?

362231 = 1963, assembled December 1962.
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Ok Bill,,, here is the new addition to the fleet

F60362231 correct VIN is F60CK362231

The drivers door was swapped out with one from an F100,,, to bad, cuz the pass. door has the customcab surround.

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p.s. in re. to driveshaft,,,was able to get the coupler shaft straightened, problem solved!
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VIN contains 11 digits, it's missing the engine (4th digit) and assembly plant (5th digit) codes.

F60 = F600.

Engine?

Assembly Plant?

362231 = 1963, assembled December 1962.
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F60CK62231
C = 292 2V

K = Kansas City MO Assembly Plant.
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Old 05-08-2013, 06:26 PM
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Thanks Bill!!

As a side note, anyone looking for an F600 Dump truck?! I have to many trucks,,, says not me, but insurance company, AND since it is a F600, it is considered commercial. So, long story short, I don't really use it, other than to drive around the block with the kiddos every other week or so, and I really don't want to pay insurance on it in addition to all my other members of the "fleet"!
Registration is paid through the end of Dec. it runs great, got new kingpins in and tie-rods in the next few days. It was a whim buy to save it from letting sit and rotting away,,,

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I have every Ford Truck Parts Catalog from 1928 thru 2001, so I can decode all the VIN info, codes from the Rating/Warranty Plates and the Certification Label first used in 1981.

If you need parts, obsolete or not, I can look up the numbers, then search for them on two online websites to see if anyone has them. Then will post the part numbers, sources that have them.

If the parts are still available, I will list the MSRP and the FTE member discount price offered by sponsor PARTSGUYED.COM (Ed Olson, parts manager of Horizon Ford in Seattle WA).

I've been doing this jazz on FTE since 11/04/2006. And, btw: One of the parts locator sites is only accessible to FoMoCo Dealers.
Hello Numberdummy,

I just bought a '67 C900 Ford Fire truck. Vin# C95LUA5664. Any information you can dig up would be greatly appreciated.
I see you are in Hacienda Heights. I live in Glendora, so we should get together and talk Ford trucks over at In-N-Out.

Thank you,
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Please check these for me.
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I have a 1965 F 750 Fire Truck VIN # F75KU612922 can you read out the VIN info.Body tag has W/B 174, Model F 750, Body 481A, Trans L, Axle 76
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1968 ford f 850. I have two numbers that are stamped on the rear front spring hanger. Can these numbers be crossed over to actual ford part numbers? c3ta-5795-f and c3ta5785-h. If not, what year truck are these hangers used on?
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I will try here. I have a 1996 Aerostar, my fifth one, im in need of the transmission cross member part number i have is FO9Z6A023C. I have had no luck with dealers, they say obsloete and discontinued. ive also tried a few big online parts places like green. Any ideas where to look for this part?
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ND, from my email it says u posted a reply to my inquiry regarding the Aerostar transmission crossmember, I cant find it, could we try again please, the part number i have is FO9Z6A023C, this is for a 1996 4 wheel electronic drive vehicle. All inquires on line have provided nothing local dealer says obsolete, do you have any suggestions or possible sources,
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Hello again, as we get farther into this aerostar work we need more part, now loolong for FO9Z3A443A SOPPORT MOUNT BUSHINGS , 2 required. this is for a 1996 Aerostar electronic all wheel drive, vin 1FMDA41X3T2A74087
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NumberDummy, possibly you may want to reply to my posts to my direct email accoung regardign the FO9Z3A443A , BUSHINGS,
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I have a 1965 Ford F 750 Fire truck Id info is Vin 75 KU612922 body tag W/B 174,Model F 750, Body 481A, Trans L, Axle 76 Please help with engine CU and rear axle and the other numbers.Thanks, Acoupa
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5/16-5-30: I was on an AK cruise/tour. This members questions have since been answered elsewhere.

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I just bought a 1967 C950 fire truck = C95LUA5664
VIN contains 11 digits, first 6 are correct, one number of serial number missing after the letter A. So I cannot give you the build month.

C95 = C950 / L = 534 4V / U = Louisville KY Assembly Plant / 1967 serial number range: A00,001-B82,000.

btw: I don't care for In-N-Out's wilted lettuce and at 6-5 325, I need another hamburger like I need another appendix! You wanna talk trucks, the place to do it is at Early Ford Store in San Dimas.
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I have a 1965 Ford F750. VIN: F75KU612922 / W/B 174 / Model F750 / Body 481A / Trans L / Axle 76
F75 = F750.

K = 361 2V FT engine.

U = Louisville KY Assembly Plant.

612922 = 1965, assembled November 1964.

174" Wheelbase.

F750, 22,500 lbs. Gross Vehicle Weight Rating.

481: 4 = Light Beige Crush Vinyl & Light Beige Wicker Pattern Vinyl / 81 = 81A Standard Cab.

L = Clark model 2651-V1 or 2653-V1 5 Speed Direct.

76 = Timken model H140 Single Speed Rear Axle / 7.20-1 / 17,000 lbs. Rear Axle Capacity.
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Hi Bill... I'm looking for a part number to the insulation that wraps over the A/C accumulator in a 2000 Ford SuperDuty. (YEB72853). It's a foil covered pad that is form fitted to wrap around the aluminum accumulator. The search for this part number completely stumps the younger generation parts counter. Since it is below 2001, I was hoping you could help. Thanks!
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Hi Bill... I'm looking for a part number to the insulation that wraps over the A/C accumulator in a 2000 Ford SuperDuty. (YEB72853). It's a foil covered pad that is form fitted to wrap around the aluminum accumulator. The search for this part number completely stumps the younger generation parts counter. Since it is below 2001, I was hoping you could help. Thanks!
Pic in parts catalog shows no insulation in relation to accumulator...which I didn't expect to see from the get-go.

This was one of those things that if needed to be replaced, dealer had to "improvise." I'm surprised that local parts clucks were unaware of this.
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