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1948 F2 Parking brake equalizer clamps

Guys,

I love this forum and am in the process of rebuilding a green 1948 F2.

I have been looking on eBay for months and can't find these rear parking brake equalizer clamps anywhere. The clamps I am looking for are the two clamps on either side of the rear equalizer that the cables from the backing plates secure to. Somebody removed them with the cables years ago. I have the equalizer just not the clamps. I circled them in blue in the attached picture. Does anybody have these they would be willing to sell?

Thanks in advance!
-Andy
 
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Guys,

I love this forum and am in the process of rebuilding a green 1948 F2.

I have been looking on eBay for months and can't find these rear parking brake equalizer clamps anywhere. The clamps I am looking for are the two clamps on either side of the rear equalizer that the cables from the backing plates secure to. Somebody removed them with the cables years ago. I have the equalizer just not the clamps. I circled them in blue in the attached picture. Does anybody have these they would be willing to sell?

Thanks in advance!
-Andy
I don't see the picture..
 
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Originally Posted by andy.clary View Post
Guys,

I love this forum and am in the process of rebuilding a green 1948 F2.

I have been looking on eBay for months and can't find these rear parking brake equalizer clamps anywhere. Somebody removed them with the cables years ago. I have the equalizer just not the clamps. I circled them in blue in the attached picture. Does anybody have these they would be willing to sell?

Thanks in advance!
-Andy
Andy, welcome to FTE the best Ford truck Forum on the world wide web. Someone here should be able to help you. Did you try MidFifty or Dennis Carpenter?

your picture did not come through. On the top of the forum page is a sticky that details how to post pictures.
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Sorry for missing the pic originally. I got it attached to the original post.
 
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Pic: 1948/52 F1 (C); F2 (D); F3 (Y). Front cable is shown at the left as basic part number 2853 .. rear cable as 2A635

Post the basic part numbers of the parts you want. Click on the pic twice to enlarge it.


 
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Thanks for the diagram and reply! I am looking for parts 2501 & 2502.
 
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Looks like he needs the pieces with the stars Bill
 
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Thanks for the diagram and reply! I am looking for parts 2501 & 2502.
1940/47 Commercial (1/2 ton) & 122" wheelbase trucks / 1948/51 F2/F3 / 1948/52 F1:

01Y-2501 .. Right Parking Brake Cable Conduit Support / Obsolete

01Y-2502 .. Left Parking Brake Cable Conduit Support / Obsolete

No Ford dealer or obsolete parts vendor has either one, none on ebay.

I don't know if they're reproduced.
 
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I was afraid of that. Anybody have an extra set (left and right) that they would sell me?
 
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I may have a couple, but I'd need to find them in my parts shed. Gimme a couple of days.....I won't be able to search till the weekend
 
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Scott, I really appreciate your help! Its these little parts that are the hardest to come by. I will wait to hear from you this weekend.

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Andy, I think I may have one clamp that I didn't use on my F3. I had to modify mine a bit since I put on a Dana 60 rear end. I still managed to get the rear parking brake to work (mostly) as a back-up to the transmission band parking brake which it has as well. My Rube Goldberg style parking brake hasn't been road tested yet, but I think I have one clamp somewhere in the garage that won't be used. Give me a day or two to hunt around. If I find it, its yours for free. Will be back in touch. Tom
 
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Andy, I found those clamps, they are L&R. PM me your shipping info if you want em.
 
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Scott, PM sent.

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