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#1416121 Tue Jul 06 2021 09:33 PM
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Guys, ive been searching so ong my eyeballs are bleeding, i know i saw it somewhere and i shoulda printed it but didnt , can someone direct me to that diagram so i can get my parts ordered ? my truck has the bar that goes from one side of the frame to the other and is operated by the foot pedal by the kick panel .

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Mike, Brad posted some photos in your thread HERE
There's also a diagram in the 47-51 shop manual on Page 5-6.

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the diagram i saw showed the chassis and where all the parts went like return springs and such , i dont know if i saw it on here or somewhere else , ive been on this computer researching parts for days now , but thank you for all the help guys !

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I think you are referring to the FAM (Factory Assembly Manual) Section 5 3.01, if you do not have one I would suggest ordering one, especially with your truck being a ‘54. This manual was created for and the bulk of the drawings represent the 1954 model year. Many of the vendors for our trucks carry the print (my favorite) or on CD for around $30.

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