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Old 05-06-2013, 10:10 PM
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1957 f800 big job fire truck

I am a volunteer fire fighter I had just purchased out fire departments antique fire truck I'm looking for parts to restore the truck to its former glory dose anyone know where I can find parts I have called around to local ford dealers and I just get laughed at and I can't seem to find anything on eBay or craigslist
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Old 05-07-2013, 12:11 AM
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Welcome to FTE.

You may be able to find some parts at certain dealers. Numberdummy has a way of finding obsolete parts.

Post your VIN and all the info off warranty/data plate on the door (or is it in the glove box....?)

If you have a Superduty V8, you will find it tough sledding to find parts, but not impossible.

Does it run, shift and drive OK?

Is this a paint and polish job or are you in trouble drive train wise?
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Yes it runs and drives fine it will need a new slave cylinder have to bleed the clutch every time I wanna take it for a ride. The bracket for the emergency brake had just broke the other day it is a cast aluminum piece right under the cab right now I can give you the vin I have title in hand will go out and get the rest of the info tomorrow before I go to work the vin is f80f7h11241
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Old 05-07-2013, 08:45 AM
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It runs and drives fine, it will need a new slave cylinder, have to bleed the clutch every time I wanna take it for a ride.

VIN: F80F7H11241
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F80 = F800.

F = 332 4V (Lincoln derived Y block).

7 = 1957.

H = Lorain OH Assembly Plant.

11241 = 1957 Numerical Sequence of Assembly, the trucks specific serial number.
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When asking for parts, it makes it easier for all concerned if you mention where you're located.

C5TZ-7A508-D (replaced B7C-7553-A & C3TZ-7A508-D) .. Clutch Slave Cylinder / Obsolete

1957/60 F100/950 / 1961/62 F700/850 / 1963/64 F800 / 1965/69 F800/1100.

NOS PARTS LTD in Waxahachie TX has 1 = 972-937-2201.

MUSTANG'S ETC in Van Nuys CA has 1 = 818-787-7634.

WESLEY OBSOLETE PARTS in Liberty KY has 1 = 606-787-5293.
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C3TZ-7A508-D =

WESLEY OBSOLETE PARTS has 3.
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B7C-7560-A .. Clutch Slave Cylinder Repair Kit / Obsolete

1957/59 F100/950.

GREEN SALES CO. in Cincinnati OH has 9 = 800-543-4959.

KINSEL L/M in Beaumont TX has 18 = 800-816-2894.

Many more sources, but without knowing where you live, I'm not gonna list them all.
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Old 07-02-2013, 07:22 PM
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looking for more parts

My bracket for my emergency brake bracket that goes towards the rear end that is cast has broken into 3 pieces and i Can not find it anywhere can anyone locate it for me the org part number was 2654
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Old 07-03-2013, 01:53 PM
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You will probably not find a new one. For used, look for salvage yards that have similar size and vintage trucks. You can always remove the old bracket, piece it together, take dimensions, and fabricate a replacement from steel bar. Not "original", but it will function as original.
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Old 07-05-2013, 06:25 AM
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clutch slave cyl. napa around 80 bucks
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Old 06-07-2014, 02:16 PM
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I'm looking for a master cylinder any ideas where I can find 1
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Old 06-12-2014, 08:56 AM
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I have found master cylinders at NAPA stores that handle truck parts. Wagner was a common brand and often a Wagner number was cast on the outside, sometimes that can be used to get an exact replacement. A NAPA store with the old paper catalogs can be very helpful.
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My 1952 F-8 master cylinder took a dorman part# m2657. Not sure if your truck is that same one or not, my book doesn't go that far. Just as a side note, the wheel cyl front are dorman part # w949. Sorry can't help on the slave cyl.
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1957 F800: I'm looking for a master cylinder, any ideas where I can find 1?
Brake master cylinder or clutch master cylinder?
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Brake Master cylinder, not a slave cylinder for a clutch.
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Brake Master cylinder, not a slave cylinder for a clutch.
Hydraulic clutch uses a master cylinder and a slave cylinder. OP has a 1957 F800 with a hydraulic clutch.

OP in post 8 asked for a master cylinder, but did not define if the master cylinder is for the brakes or the clutch.

Since the OP previously asked (post 3) for the slave cylinder, one could suppose he now wants the clutch master cylinder:

B8TZ-7A508-A .. Hydraulic Clutch Master Cylinder / Obsolete

Applications: 1957/60 F100/1100.
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Post pictures of your rig. Who built it? pump mfg. GPM? booster tank? History,
Cared for? etc
We owned a 55 Peter Pirsch open cab custom built for the Waukesha FD.
Waukesha gas 6, 5-speed spicer, Ross cam & roller steering, Hale 1000gpm pump,
500 gal. booster tank. Front line for 20 years and best reserve for 15 more.
Never parked outside / unprotected. I equipped it as it was in service.
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