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Old 04-19-2018, 12:29 PM
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Originally Posted by Destroked 450 View Post
Bill: not going to argue over the codes but I don't think that's a 18,000 lb front axle, 18-20k lb front axles normally only came on heavy dump trucks or heavy haulers, the front of those trucks usually set higher for the larger floater tires to clear the fenders.
You're correct, it's a typo, should be 12,000 lbs. capacity Rockwell-Timken model FF-903 front axle. I corrected the post.
 
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Can you convert the number on a part to the real part number ?

Its a Exhaust clamp From the turbot to Down pipe (number on part is F3HT-5A281-AA )

This is from my F-700
 
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Can you convert the number on a part to the real part number ?

Its a Exhaust clamp From the turbot to Down pipe (ID engineering number on part is: F3HT-5A281-AA )

This is from my F-700
At one time I could, but last September, I loaned my Master Cross Reference Catalogs that cover the 1980's to Gary Lewis.

Gary returned the parts catalogs on microfiche slides (left lower in pic), but still has the other stuff.

You could contact Gary, or Green Sales, because they'll have these same catalogs.

 
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I ask in the wrong place door tag decode


Hello I need help. I am looking at a N600 had guy send me a few pic here is the door tag thanks
 
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Hello I need help. I am looking at a N600 had guy send me a few pic here is the door tag thanks
N60 = N600 (gas).

D = 330 2V H/D FT engine.

U = Louisville KY Assembly Plant.

C73004 = 1968.

199" Wheelbase.

U = Lunar Green.

N602 = N600 (gas), 20,000 lbs. GVWR

481: 4 = Charcoal Black Crush Vinyl & Charcoal Black Ladder Pattern Vinyl // 81 = 81A Standard Cab.

A = New Process 435 4 Speed Manual Transmission.

62 = Timken model F106N Single Speed Rear Axle / 6.20-1 / 15,000 lbs. Axle Capacity.

20,000 lbs. Gross Vehicle Weight Rating.

164 net HP @ 3,800 RPM

53 = Kansas City MO Ford District Sales Office, where the original selling dealer ordered the truck from.
 
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