The truck is a 1980 F 350. It may have a Dana 60 or 70 rear end ? It is the full float axle. Anyways the part needed is the arm that operates the parking brake inside the drum. The PO has deleted it and it is necessary to get the parking brake to work due to it being a standard tranny. I am not sure what all is needed inside the drum to make it work again. So any and all help will be appreciated.
As for the park brake lever, I do have them for an F150 9". But there are several different prefixes depending on the size of the brakes, and the differing prefix means they are different parts. If you'll measure his brakes I can look things up to see what he should have.
For instance, I think the 150's have 11 x 2 1/4" brakes and take a D7AZ 2A637/8.
But the 12 x 2 1/2" and the 12 x 3" take an E6TZ 2A637/8 for right/left.
Bruno - What Bill was saying is that you don't get all of the part # from the illustration, that I posted. You have to go to the text section and get the prefix, and all Ford parking brake levers are 2A637/8 across decades of cars and trucks. But the prefix gives the specific application.
I'm well aware of that but I posted the illustration so you would be able to pick out the part and give me the generic #. Then I go to the text section and find the prefix - as I did above - and post that for you to find on-line.
Speaking of on-line, you don't need Bill to find parts. Just Google the #'s and you'll find hits. Then check with those people for availability. I usually get a response from the various dealerships on Rear Counter within 24 hours.
I hadn't seen your edit when I replied.
Mobile site leaves a little something to be desired.
... Speaking of, I went to 'view full site' but was again foiled in repping you for all you share with this forum.