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Old 11-09-2012, 11:59 PM
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econoline manual pedal assembly

still looking for a pedal assembly etc to convert my 1 ton deck truck to standard ZF so looking for a hydraulic one thanks
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Old 11-10-2012, 02:46 AM
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Yea good luck!!

It took me quite a while to find my 88 E150 5spd donor van ( hydraulic clutch master/slave ) . I ended up buying the whole van for $500 from a salvage yard to get the parts for my planned manual transmission swap. If you need me to check mine for part #'s or anything just let me know.

Here's mine, The red arrow is the clutch master:

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Old 11-11-2012, 12:54 AM
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Did you do a build thread on that swap?
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I haven't done the swap yet. I'm still collecting parts.

The picture is from the actual donor van before I cut it up.

Here's the thread on the van I'm going to swap the parts into. My nightmare of a 89 E350 Clubwagon.

http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/11...-wish-for.html
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I actually had a line on one, a buddy found it but sat it down and picked up the wrong one when he left so I got the right pushrods but wrong pedals- I was that close. a friend and work colleague of my gf's has one too but I can't talk her out of it
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I also thought maybe using the pedal and master from a ranger as there are tons around, just put the master on the firewall as it has an angle mount and remote reservoir
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I actually had a line on one, a buddy found it but sat it down and picked up the wrong one when he left so I got the right pushrods but wrong pedals- I was that close. a friend and work colleague of my gf's has one too but I can't talk her out of it


Man that sucks!!




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I also thought maybe using the pedal and master from a ranger as there are tons around, just put the master on the firewall as it has an angle mount and remote reservoir
I don't know how well the ranger pedal would work. I've never dealt with one.

What I was considering if I couldn't find the pedal assembly was an aftermarket clutch pedal. I picked up a couple CNC pedal assembles for my 54 F100 project. It would require fabbing up a mounting bracket. But it might be simpler then trying to find an original pedal set for the Econoline.



They also offer a floor mount pedal assembly. That might work pretty good with the Econoline's toe board. You could cut out a section of the toe board and build a simple pedal box.
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Old 11-12-2012, 09:07 PM
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id love to have some numbers off stuff like the pedal arm bracket assembly and the through rod, the rest looks like truck stuff like the little arm to the pushrod I thougth I would auger out the auto bracket and sleeve it for the bushings if the pedal and the through rod were same length as a truck one
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Give me a few days to dig the parts out of storage and I'll see if I can't find some part #/casting #'s on them.
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