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Old 01-23-2014, 07:11 PM
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need help finding part on clutch arm asssembly

hello everyone i am new to the group and need help finding a part to my 1952 f1. I,am not sure what the part is called and cannot find it in the manual. its the part where the clutch shaft pivots and attaches to the frame looks like it could be some sort of ball socket sort of . any help would be greatly appreciated
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I forget the part numbers but you are correct there is a ball part that bolts to the frame rail and has bronze bushings around it and the L bracket slides into it that attaches to the clutch shaft on the transmission.

Which part do you need? I've got extras of both you can have.
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John , glad to see you on here . These guys will help you out . Talk to you soon or will stop by to check on progress .Your in bicyle range 2 1/2 mi. round trip .
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Sounds like you are missing 01Y-7507, equalizer shaft bracket. You likely also need the bushing that goes in the end of the shaft while you're in there.
Ford Clutch Equalizer Frame Bracket & Ball - 01Y-7507 - C&G Ford Parts
That part doesn't look exactly like what the parts manual shows.
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Sounds like you are missing 01Y-7507, equalizer shaft bracket. You likely also need the bushing that goes in the end of the shaft while you're in there.
Ford Clutch Equalizer Frame Bracket & Ball - 01Y-7507 - C&G Ford Parts
That part doesn't look exactly like what the parts manual shows.
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That link shows the part but i couldnt see if they also have the bushing that goes on it? Is anyone selling those that you know of? Maybe there was one in there but im on my dumb phone and I couldnt find one.

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I forget the part numbers but you are correct there is a ball part that bolts to the frame rail and has bronze bushings around it and the L bracket slides into it that attaches to the clutch shaft on the transmission.

Which part do you need? I've got extras of both you can have.
Thank you all for responding, I need everthing that Bolts to the to frame rail. I have the shaft that goes to the transmission.
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John , glad to see you on here . These guys will help you out . Talk to you soon or will stop by to check on progress .Your in bicyle range 2 1/2 mi. round trip .
That sounds great. Next time your in the neighborhood stop on in. Thanks for the information.
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That link shows the part but i couldnt see if they also have the bushing that goes on it? Is anyone selling those that you know of? Maybe there was one in there but im on my dumb phone and I couldnt find one.

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Yes, it's there. Inside the end of the equalizer, there is a spring, two bushing halves, and a felt seal washer.

Bushing - C2TZ-7517-A (replacements are now either brass or plastic)
Spring - 01A-7545
Felt - 01A-7539-A
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1952 F100
No such thing as a 1952 F100. 1948/52's are F1's, F100's introduced in 1953.


If you have a 1953 F100, all the following parts are wrong...except the bushings.
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01Y-7507 .. Clutch Release Equalizer Shaft Bracket / 1948/52 F1/F3 / Obsolete

GREEN SALES CO. in Cincinnati OH has 1 = 800-543-4959.
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C2TZ-7517-A .. Clutch Equalizer Bar Split Bronze Bushing / 1948/64 myriad Ford Trucks / Available from Ford.

MSRP each: $3.21.

LARRY H. MILLER SUPER FORD in Salt Lake City UT has 2 = 800-950-5006.

GREEN SALES CO. has 23.

MILLER OBSOLETE PARTS in Binghamton NY has 18 = 607-722-5371.

PARTS INTERNATIONAL in Farmers Branch TX has 50 = 888-727-0418.

CARPENTER NOS OBSOLETE PARTS in Concord NC has 53 = 800-476-9653.
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01A-7539-A .. Clutch Release Equalizer Shaft Felt Washer / 1948/52 trucks / Obsolete

CARPENTER NOS OBSOLETE PARTS has 2,003.
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01A-7545 .. Clutch Release Arm Shaft Spring / 1948/52 trucks / Obsolete

CARPENTER NOS OBSOLETE PARTS has 4,304.

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