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B2TZ-6312-A .. Double Sheave Pulley / Obsolete

1952/53 Trucks with 215 I-6 / 1954/55 F350/600 223 I-6 / 1954/56 P350/500 223 I-6 / 1956 F500/600 223 I-6 / Note: 1954/56 F100/350 223 I-6 uses a single sheave pulley.

No Ford dealer or obsolete parts vendor has any.

Note: 1953 Canadian Ford/Merc truck chassis catalog lists EAG-6316-C / 1956/57 US Ford truck chassis catalog lists EAG-6316-E for 1956 223 I-6 F500/600 & P350/500.

Most likely, both of these part numbers were replaced by B2TZ-6312-A but I don't have a reference that says so.

Edit: truckdog62563 has a much older O-S-I catalog than I have, came up with three numbers: EAG-6316-B & C & E that were replaced by B2TZ-6312-A

But, no one has any of these EAG part numbers.
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Have you had any luck with it Stu?
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Yeah, send me a private message with your address. Stu
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Yeah, send me a private message with your address. Stu
good to hear... apparently mine went by the wayside??

i do have almost everything else it seems from this 215, minus (sold) exhaust manifold. (distributor, glass bowl carb, radiator tube, etc. etc.)

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Stu. You should rescue the 52 f1 with 215 that I found here close by the next time your passing through.
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Don't need another one. The original engine is rebuilt, I have a complete nice spare, and what is left of the donor engine. And all remaining project trucks are V8s. Plus, while you and I joke with each other about cutting back, I really am trying to focus on what is already taking up space in the shop and barn. But all that said, if you can find me those 18" Budds we've chatted about I'll head west in a blink. Stu
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