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1967 F500 throw out bearing

Hello, need some help. Installing new clutch in f500 with a 300 six. Cant find the throw out bearing for it. Does anyone know if the bearing would be the same as the one for a 1967 F100 with 300 six?
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Hello, need some help. Installing new clutch in f500 with a 300 six. Cant find the throw out bearing for it. Does anyone know if the bearing would be the same as the one for a 1967 F100 with 300 six?
Thanks,Doug
F100/350 is not the same.

D1TZ-7548-C .. Throwout Bearing & Hub Assy / Obsolete

GREEN SALES CO. in Cincinnati OH has 20 = 800-543-4959 / 513-731-3304.

1965/71 B/F500/750 series trucks with 300 I-6.
 
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Thanks for that answer. Bill , Does anyone know the part # or where I might go to find one?
Thanks,
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Thanks for that answer. Bill , Does anyone know the part # or where I might go to find one?
Thanks,
Doug
See post #2 again, my computer has a glitch.
 
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Thanks Bill
 
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Old 06-23-2018, 11:52 AM
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Hi Bill, Just received my throw out bearing I ordered on Ebay. It is a Ford part. It is not the same as the one I removed. The centre hub portion is the same but there is no bearing. Is the bearing ordered separate? The seller said it is the same as the throw out bearing and hub from an earlier Ford Truck.
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Hi Bill, Just received my throw out bearing I ordered on Ebay. It is a Ford part. It is not the same as the one I removed. The centre hub portion is the same but there is no bearing. Is the bearing ordered separate? The seller said it is the same as the throw out bearing and hub from an earlier Ford Truck.
ebay seller who hasn't a clue (so what else is new?!) just sold you the hub. With a 300 I-6, It could be B7AZ-7561-B

You could buy the hub and bearing by themselves in 1965 for F100/350.

But for 1965 and later F500/700 and F100/350 after 1965, the hub and bearing (D1TZ-7548-C) was sold as an assembly, which is what I listed.

If I've said it once, I've said it a 1000 times. Most ebay sellers haven't a single clue what parts fit, even if they're NOS w/a part number marked on them or the box.
 
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Hi Bill,
guy listed it as THROW OUT BEARING 1964 TO 1992 - C4TZ-7561-A OR D1TZ-7548-C. Wrote to him to tell him its wrong. No response.
Live and learn I guess. Came in a Ford parts box with the C4TZ-7561-A PART # on it. It looks the same as the hub I removed but no bearing.
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Internationals used to service just the bearing. Press off the old one and press on the new one to your old hub.
 
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Hi Bill, guy listed it as THROW OUT BEARING 1964 TO 1992 - C4TZ-7561-A OR D1TZ-7548-C. Wrote to him to tell him its wrong. No response.

Live and learn I guess. Came in a Ford parts box with the C4TZ-7561-A PART # on it. It looks the same as the hub I removed but no bearing.
Some people just don't have a clue. (sigh) Anyone with half a brain can see it's just the hub only.

C4TZ-7561-A Hub and C0TZ-7580-B Bearing was replaced by the one piece D1TZ-7548-C .. Hub & Bearing Assy.

So, the hub by itself is worthless, because you now have to buy the bearing, then have it pressed onto the hub.
 
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Lots of parts on that auction site listed with the wrong description in the hopes a prospective buyer won't notice and will bite.
 
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Some sellers don't know which end of the screwdriver is the handle.
 
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I found the bearing, COTZ-7580-B that goes with the hub (C4TZ-7561-A). $25.00. Just have to get the bearing pressed on to the hub I bought . In the end, the 2 pieces come to $45.00. About the same cost as the updated bearing and hub assembly(D1TZ-7548-C). Only thing I lost was time. Truck only has 40,000 miles on it and I need it back in business. Thanks guys.
 
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