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Old 11-12-2008, 10:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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f150 throw out bearing??

do you need to remove the tranny to replace the throw out bearing.
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Old 11-12-2008, 10:21 PM   #2 (permalink)
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yes

extra info...
depending on what year of F150...
older ones use mechanical linkage or an external slave cylinder
throwout bearing rides on the input shaft bearing retainer of the transmission
the input shaft goes from the transmission to the pilot bearing that is attached to the crankshaft
so you have to slide the transmission back until the input shaft is out of the crank pilot bearing, and out of the clutch before you can slide a new throw out bearing on.

newer ones use an internal hydraulic throw out bearing that is either bolted to, or is part of, the input bearing retainer,
both styles require pulling the transmission
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thanks for the info. sorry I didn't give more info its a 1988 f150 4x4 I6.
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Old 11-12-2008, 11:56 PM   #4 (permalink)
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http://www.rockauto.com/catalog/raframecatalog.php
good place to find parts by application

by those listings it looks like the 4 speed used a cable and the 5speed an internal hydraulic.
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Old 11-13-2008, 12:32 AM   #5 (permalink)
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chances are you have a hyrdo clutch, and your going to pull the tranny. its easy, just take your time. We usually have them out in a 4wd ford truck in less than an hour at work. but, no rush.



good luck. while your in there, replace the slave cylinder, and turn the flywheel and or replace the clutch. you will thank yourself later. Id replace the slave at least.
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chances are you have a hyrdo clutch, and your going to pull the tranny. its easy, just take your time.
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while your in there, replace the slave cylinder, and turn the flywheel and or replace the clutch. you will thank yourself later. Id replace the slave at least.
absofawkinlootly. I'm suffering a bad slave cylinder now and the po had the tranny out on the ground 5k miles ago and didn't replace anything when he swap'd trannies. What a waste.
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Old 11-13-2008, 01:32 PM   #7 (permalink)
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chances are you have a hyrdo clutch, and your going to pull the tranny. its easy, just take your time. We usually have them out in a 4wd ford truck in less than an hour at work. but, no rush.



good luck. while your in there, replace the slave cylinder, and turn the flywheel and or replace the clutch. you will thank yourself later. Id replace the slave at least.
While he's "in there"? It could still be a 4spd ya know
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my 89 F-150 had 4-speed with a hydro clutch with an external mount slave cylinder. just saying even if it is a 4-speed it still might be a hydro clutch.
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my 89 F-150 had 4-speed with a hydro clutch with an external mount slave cylinder. just saying even if it is a 4-speed it still might be a hydro clutch.
Yeah but it would be external. 88 would be hydro either way.
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true, buuuut ill take the chance of guessing.
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yeah we got the tranny off in about an hour or so, it went pretty easy i thought. first we took of the tranfer case and we found are problem the gear that goes from the tranny to the transfer case was striped, and rusted to hell. so the shaft on the tranny is screwed and were you put it in to the transfer is shot also. how much does a transfer case and a tranny run for used??. i have no clue for thes trucks im use to yotas.
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my 89 F-150 had 4-speed with a hydro clutch with an external mount slave cylinder. just saying even if it is a 4-speed it still might be a hydro clutch.
4 speeds went hydro in '83, IIRC. I had an '82 with a mech. linkage, and an 84&85 with hydro..
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well, a rebuilt trans in town here runs around 800, and the transfercase runs around 400. The t-case needs to be torn down to peices to replace the input. Its not too hard, ive torn mine down several times you just need a couple odd ball tools...


The tranny ive never done, but most shops arent too bad on changing output shafts... Ours in town charged me 120 to do the last one...
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well, a rebuilt trans in town here runs around 800, and the transfercase runs around 400. The t-case needs to be torn down to peices to replace the input. Its not too hard, ive torn mine down several times you just need a couple odd ball tools...


The tranny ive never done, but most shops arent too bad on changing output shafts... Ours in town charged me 120 to do the last one...
Another here, one used to be able to buy a 4 speed for about $150 bucks. Since scrap has went up, all bets are off.
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