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Old 11-18-2011, 03:18 PM
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'59 F600 steering/front end rebuild

Looking for steering and front end rebuild parts outlet(s) for
1959 F600 Dump truck

vin: #F60C9K25537.

Engine: 2V, 292CID, 158 HP
Trans: 4 speed

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JobLot Automotive in Long Island New York specializes in the larger trucks, but mostly earlier than our year trucks.They have a website.If you are able to list the parts you need, NumberDummy will eventually see your post and come up with part numbers and possibly dealers that may have some or all of them in stock.That is, if the planets are all lined up,and he's in a good mood.
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Looking for steering and front end rebuild parts outlet(s) for
1959 F600 Dump truck

vin: #F60C9K25537.

Engine: 2V, 292CID, 158 HP
Trans: 4 speed
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F60 = F600 / C = 292 2V / 9 = 1959 / K = Kansas City Assembly Plant / 25537 = 1959 numerical sequence of assembly, the trucks specific serial number.

What parts do you need? Steering gear internal parts and front suspension parts like tie rod ends and draglink?

All are obsolete, but can be found NOS.
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thanks for your response NumberDummy
Yes steering gear internals, tie rod ends, drag link.
ball joints, bearings and seals.

Where can I find these and other 'rebuild necessary' parts NOS?
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the king pins are shot...
typical I'd guess for that age.
anyone have a parts source for replacement king pins and sleeves?
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thanks for your response NumberDummy
Yes steering gear internals, tie rod ends, drag link.
ball joints, bearings and seals.

Where can I find these and other 'rebuild necessary' parts NOS?
It could be if you found another big truck that was say a farm truck, it would be likely that it had lower miles and have a usuable steering box. Then you could match up the outer seal after you give it some new lubrication and be good to go. Just a thought. Willowbilly was talking about walking around in a junkyard last weekend and seeing a couple big trucks. http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/11...alk-about.html

Mac's just sent out their new catalog and there are some of the kind of parts you are looking for on pages 193-194. Most are for smaller trucks though.
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JobLot Automotive in Long Island New York specializes in the larger trucks, but mostly earlier than our year trucks.They have a website.If you are able to list the parts you need, NumberDummy will eventually see your post and come up with part numbers and possibly dealers that may have some or all of them in stock.That is, if the planets are all lined up,and he's in a good mood.
When was I in a good mood? Been a crab since day one. Will be crabbier after looking up all those F600 parts.

And, I need the AXLE code that is stamped on the Warranty Plate to determine weight capacity of front axle for steering and front end parts. Also need to know if with or without P/S.

Spurredon, where does willowbilly live? Alaska. And if he lives in Juneau or some other coastal cities/towns, or on an island, the only way to get there is by air, foot, by boat or by swimming, cuz there ain't no roads.
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here is the nameplate info.
really appreciate the help

WB Color Date Trans Axle
130 S F64C 22A F 44


Max GVW Cert Net HP RPM DSO
19500 158 4000 6548

does not have power steering
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Steering gear internals, tie rod ends, drag link, king pins.

Ball joints, bearings and seals.
Locations?
AXLE code 44: Timken model F106 Rear Axle / 6.80-1 / 23,000 lbs. Rear Axle Capacity.

1957/69: When there is no 3rd digit of the AXLE code, the truck has the standard equipment front axle: 1959 F600 = 4,700 lbs. front axle capacity.

B7Y-3304-A .. Draglink

ANTIQUE AUTO SUPPLY in Arlington TX has 1 = 817-275-2381.
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B7T-3111-A .. Kingpin Kit.

WESLEY OBSOLETE PARTS in Liberty KY has 1 = 606-787-5293.

EVANS FORD in Carrolton IL has 1 = 217-942-3636.

ANTIQUE AUTO SUPPLY has 2.

KINSEL L/M in Beaumont TX has 2 = 800-816-2894.

CARPENTER NOS OBSOLETE PARTS in Concord NC has 6 = 800-476-9653.

GREEN SALES CO. in Cincinnati OH has 8 = 800-543-4959.
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C1TZ-3A130-A .. RIght Tie Rod End.

WESLEY has 1.

DON SANDERSON FORD in Glendale AZ has 8 = 623-842-8643.

GREEN SALES has 12.

CARPENTER has 14.
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C1TZ-3A131-A .. Left Tie Rod End.

WESLEY has 1.

KINSEL L/M has 5.

CARPENTER has 9.

GREEN SALES has 9.
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B7Y-3524-A .. Steering Shaft & Worm.

No FoMoCo Dealer or obsolete parts vendor has any.

Red Head Steering Gears in Seattle may be able to rebuild the gearbox.

redheadsteeringgears.com
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BB-3552 .. Steering Shaft & Worm Bearing Cup-Upper.

WESLEY has 1.

ANTIQUE AUTO has 1.

CARPENTER HAS 11.

GREEN SALES has 13.
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81T-3553 .. Steering Shaft & Worm Bearing Cup-Lower.

ANTIQUE AUTO has 1.

CARPENTER has 5.

KINSEL L/M has 7.

GREEN SALES has 7.
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(2) 81T-3571-A .. Steering Shaft & Worm Upper/Lower Bearings.

ANTIQUE AUTO has 2.

CARPENTER has 5.

LYLE'S FORD in Eagle Grove IA has 6 = 800-397-6319.

KINSEL L/M has 8.
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B7Y-3575-A .. Sector Shaft.

CARPENTER has 1.

GREEN SALES has 14.
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(2) B7C-3576-A .. Sector Shaft Bushings.

MILLER FORD in Madras OR has 2 = 541-475-7204.

ANTIQUE AUTO has 3.

VAN CLEVE FORD in Morton WA has 14 = 360-496-5999.

GREEN SALES has 151.
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7RT-3581 .. Sector Shaft Gasket.

WESLEY has 15.

CARPENTER has 18.

GREEN SALES has 144.
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B6A-3591-A .. Sector Shaft Seal.

VAN CLEVE has 6.

WESLEY has 6.

LYLE'S FORD has 7.

CARPENTER has 38.

GREEN SALES has 39.
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7RT-3738 .. Steering Shaft & Worm Seal.

WESLEY has 1.

ANTIQUE AUTO has 1.

GREEN SALES has 1.

KLIMESH MOTOR SALES in Calmar IA has 10 = 563-562-3241.

Call around for the best prices. Obsolete parts prices vary wildly from one source to another.
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Thanks a ton for this... NumberDummy
I sure do appreciate all your effort and quick reply.
I will call around and get the parts headed my way.
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Rainier,

Are you in Washington state? I live WA/ID border. I took out a steering box assembly from a 58 f600 that is in pretty good shape before it was sent to the crusher. It might be cheaper to get a good used one than put in new internal parts. I rebuilt one for a 4x4 and spent up to $500. Send me a private message if interested. Let us know how it is going with the build.
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