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Old 11-04-2007, 05:52   #1 (permalink)
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Clutch Help 1985 F150

Help! My nephew burned the clutch in his 85 F150 inline 6. He has taken it apart and its lying on the street! He has replaced clutch and throw out bearing. But is not sure where "fork" goes to engage. I haven't looked yet. He did not pay attention when he took it down (19yrs old). We need to get it back together neighbors are complaining. I've been letting him do by himself, now I guess I gotta help. Most of my experience is with automatics and I have never replaced a clutch. Repaired the linkage on my old 73 cherokee all the time when it fell apart at stoplights but no clutch replacements. Thanks.
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Re: Clutch Help 1985 F150

I have a 1980 Ford F-100 inline 6 and im looking for the clutch diagram...anyway of finding that other then of course buying the manual?
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Old 04-22-2008, 04:10   #3 (permalink)
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Re: Clutch Help 1985 F150

I found a pic of a Chevrolet Truck setup. Will look different but same principal. Be sure the clutch is aligned properly, you will need a clutch alignment tool. Loosely bolt everything together, alignment tool through the assembly into the rear of the crankshaft and tighten down.




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