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Help! I have a F600 that has a hydraulic clutch in it. Only one problem this year I went to use it on the farm and no clutch. So I went to find parts. The master cylinder might be able to be rebuilt, but when I went to get a rebuild kit they said not to touch it because they cannot get any parts. I checked with our local jobbers CARQUEST and NAPA and they both gave me the same answer, obsolete. Can you get parts or kits? Heck I will even settle for a whole new master cylinder if anyone knows where to go about getting them, or has anyone got experience on something else that works? THANKS!
the master cyl and slave cly are the same as on the smaller pickups. They are readily available at NAPA just tell them to look one up for a '59 f250 or something. They are all the same, doesn't matter what they tell you. I've torn down a '59 f250, f350 and f600. They are all basicly the same vehicle except for axles/brakes/steering, etc.
'59 F-250 Styleside Longbed, 292, 4spd, Rockwell 5.83 dually running gear, custom NP205 overdrive.
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