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Old 06-20-2010, 10:32 PM
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Barnie...if you wanna put the full 12 X2 1/2" brake setup on yours...let me know...Ive got the full front end from a 69 3/4 ton...drum to drum...needs a new home...been taking up alot of room out here... - cs65
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Thanks for the offer! ,
However, I suspect your parts are in WA, correct? If so, then I'll have to pass on your offer since I'd guess the shipping costs to MI wouldn't be a minor amount. Now if you were in MI, I'd likely consider trying to make a deal with ya..... If I come into some sort of a windfall sometime soon, I'll get back with you to see if you still have the '69 front brake set.
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what is the size of the rear shoes in a 1965 F250 v8 camper special, any ideas of hand/park brakes cables part numbers
The following is based on trucks sold new in the US/Canada. Down Under may be different.

The front and rear brakes shoes are the same size: 12 1/8" x 2"

The rear axle is a Dana 60, as nothing else was available until the late 1970's, and then both the Dana 60 and Dana 61 were available thru 1985.

Sometime after 1968 and before January 1975, Ford replaced the original parking brake cables used on 1965/66 F250's with different cables.

The following are as original:

1) C5TZ2853P .. Front Parking Brake Cable / 98" long / Replaced

1) C5TZ2A635B .. Right (Passenger Side) Rear Parking Brake Cable / 76 19/64" long / Replaced

1) C5TZ2A635A .. Left (Drivers Side) Rear Parking Brake Cable / 70 13/64" long / Replaced
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The following are the replacements:

1) B5PZ2853A .. Front Parking Brake Cable / Obsolete

2) C1PZ2A635A .. Right & Left Rear Parking Brake Cables / Obsolete

Parts catalog does not list the measurements for the replacement cables, and I don't know which ones your truck has now.

If the right rear is a different length from the left rear, the cables are the originals.

Let me know, then I'll see if I can locate the correct cables NOS (New Old Stock).
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Barnie...I am in Wa...but Greyhound isnt too bad I would suspect...


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Hi guys
A bit new to all this,and any help would be appreciated. I just got hold of a 1965 f250. Where do I find out diff ratios? or do I have to open it up? If I change it it 3.54 ratio how much difference will this make to it at highway speeds? Its got the 352 fe motor and 4 speed manual.

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I see two locations in your "About Me" profile: WA & Australia. Where was the truck sold new?

US/Canada: 1961/66 F250's came w/a Spicer/Dana 60 rear axle. All 1953/98 US/Canada F250's have 8 lug wheels on a 6.50" bolt circle.

1963/79 US & 1966/68 Ford/Merc trucks assembled in Canada: AXLE code stamped on the 2nd line-far right of the Warranty Plate, located on the left door face below the latch.

1965 assembled in Canada Ford/Merc trucks have a different VIN, Warranty Plate and codes than US trucks. The axle ratio is stamped on the top line-far right.

Dana 60/70: Ford rear axle ID tag located under one of the bolts that retains the inspection cover to housing.
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I live in WA(Western Australia)
the truck was imported last year from California looks like. Its got the fe352 motor in it. Struggling to make out numbers on the diff but will try again tomorrow. Want to make it my daily. But needs to get a serious chop...
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Bill, Do you have any idea what company designed and built the 9in for Ford. I used to think it was Ford but now realize they were an assembly of parts company, as GM, and the others.

Barnie, Rest assured Dana/Spicer has put about as many gears on the road as anyone else, along with Rockwell.



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