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Old 11-20-2012, 09:54 AM
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Clutch line

I forgot the most important part in my last post. Where can I find the hose that goes from the master clutch to the slave. I have check many parts catalogs and have not found one. It there a name other then clutch line that I am missing?

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Scott; first off welcome to the orphanage!
If you have the old one you can take it to NAPA or some other parts dealer and find a close match. This hydraulic line has been discussed here before and at that time there was only 3 NOS line found and no one remakes a direct replacement. Some have replaced theirs with hard line adding a couple loops for flexibility.
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B7TZ-7A512-A .. Tube-Clutch Master Cylinder to Slave Cylinder / 1957/60 F100/950 / Obsolete

ONE available NOS / OP: You want the source? Send me an email sylhall@aol.com

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Email received, responded to, source/phone number passed along.
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Bill, if thats the same one you sent me, it was never found. I spoke with the parts dept. several times. They showed it in the computer, but could not find it on any shelves.
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There were three available at one time, now there's only in AR / Dealers webpage updated 11/14/2012.

If this dealer couldn't find it, I wish you had let me know. I would have called, asked them to remove it from Ford Dealer Parts Locator System.

Several other members have contacted me, saying if OP didn't respond within a certain length of time, would I pass along the info.
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Yes, thats the one. I guess I should have let you know, to be honest I have been hoping for a call. They said if they found it I would be notified.
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I made mine from off the shelf NAPA brake lines and a Double female brake hose that they had to order. I think the hose was about 9" long. Looks pretty much like the original, works perfectly.
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Do you have a local place that can make one? I'm in the same predicament. But I have a place nearby called , House of Hose that can make one, but I have an original for them to work with
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I just bought parts from NAPA like Mr. Sisson above. Came out perfect. Better than original actually, as I can replace just the hose if it ever fails. I used DOT5 btw and it's working great.
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Double female hose sounds like a winner. I may make a bracket on the firewall to mount the union.
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believe it or not i used a steel braided front brake line from a polaris atv,worked perfectly!
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believe it or not i used a steel braided front brake line from a polaris atv,worked perfectly!
ORLY? Any other particulars, like year, we need to know? If not I'm gonna git one raht now.
Something like this?
http://www.ebay.com/itm/2003-Polaris...23256a&vxp=mtr
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I'm thinking those would be metric?
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