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Old 10-17-2012, 11:05 AM
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Parking brake Drum for '57 F800

I've discovered a crack in the parking brake drum on our 1957 F800 fire truck. I check my parts catalog and I believe that the correct part number for this would be TGAA 2614-A. Can anyone confirm this and does anyone have any idea where I might find one (new or used)?


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acfd; if you can (not sure if you have enough posts?) PM FTE member "NumberDummy", Bill may be able to find this for you or tell you if the part has a newer number.
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TGAA-2614-A is correct, but no Ford Dealer or obsolete parts vendor has any.

OP is aware as he contacted me.
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Old 10-22-2012, 06:56 AM
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The truck has a Clark transmission in it. Would this have been a part which was made by Clark and could possible have a different part number, or was this a part made by Ford?
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I've seen one on eBay for like a year. Maybe its the one u need
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This may be not correct but could this original be welded? Looks like you could build it up on the inside surface and then grind the outside back smooth after welding. Never done it but have seen sicker calves than that get well!
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