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Old 08-27-2012, 10:16 AM
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Slave cylinder hydraulic line

OK, I tried searching and found nothing. Maybe I suck at searching. Who has new lines for a 1960 3 speed, factory 4x4. I need the line that is part steel and part rubber. It goes between the master cylinder and the slave cylinder.

Ive tried NAPA, Macs, LMC, and Dennis Carpenter. Any thoughts?
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Build one? It is brake lines on both ends isn't it? It shouldn't be that tough to come up with a rubber brake line with the right IFF ends to put in the middle.
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Did mine willowbilly style. Got the brake hose at napa, but they had to order it. It was about 9" long and female at each end and I bought 2 steel brake lines from the stock on hand. I wish I had saved the part # for the hose.......
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I did mine the same way I did my brake master. I used all steel line and put a couple of wraps around a piece of pipe in it to give it it's flex. That's what newer trucks have!
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But Spur, mine was harder to do and more expensive. As usual........
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Clutch Master Cylinder to Slave Cylinder Hydraulic Line.

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OK, I tried searching and found nothing. Who has a new line for a 1960 3 speed, factory 4x4? I need the line that is part steel and part rubber.

It goes between the clutch master cylinder and the slave cylinder.
B7TZ-7A512-A .. Tube Assy-Clutch Master Cylinder to Slave Cylinder / Obsolete

Applications: 1957/60 F100/950 / ONE available NOS, I sent you an email with the source.

If I posted the source here, you can bet the farm that someone else would snag it.
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But Spur, mine was harder to do and more expensive. As usual........
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i used a steel braided front brake line off of a polaris quadwheeler on my 58,bolted right on and looks cool too
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