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Old 07-06-2010, 10:33 PM
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hello i have a 1984 F250 with a 351 windsor im trying to get her back in shape this truck didnt run for 6 years and have it running like a champ now but the problem im having now is the exhaust manifold burned a hole in the line that runs down to the slave cylinder i have fixed that now and trying to figure out how to bleed the clutch can some one please give some advice it would be great thanks
 
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This may be the best place to post your question, because it is a Forum designed specifically for your model truck. Most likely there is someone there that has had the same issue that will say heck yea I know what to do, HA HA HA HA

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