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Old 10-28-2012, 12:04 PM
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1970 600 louisville brake problems

I need either a master cylinder or a kit for a 600 Louisville does any one have a part number
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I need either a master cylinder or a kit for a 600 Louisville does any one have a part number
I'll give you the part numbers for the master and kit (maybe) and search for them as both are obsolete, but first...I need the VIN

And I need to know if: Split hydraulic vacuum brakes or single hydraulic vacuum brakes. Booster is the same for both, the master cylinder is not.

There's a kit listed for one master cylinder (single), none listed for the other (split).
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cardone will rebuild it but we are talking 3 weeks might have to change the whole system
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N60: LN600 / E: 361 2V FT engine / V: KY Truck Assembly Plant / J04756: 1970

single master

cardone will rebuild it but we are talking 3 weeks might have to change the whole system
DOHZ-2140-C .. Master Cylinder-Use with Single Hydraulic Vacuum Brakes / Obsolete

No Ford Dealer or obsolete parts vendor has any.
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DOHZ-2004-H .. Master Cylinder Repair Kit-Use with DOHZ-2140-C Master Cylinder / Obsolete

BOYER FORD TRUCKS in Minneapolis MN has 1 = 800-999-4327.

No other Ford Dealer, no obsolete parts vendor has any.
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