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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 05-13-2014, 05:46 PM Thread Starter
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ZF5 clutch fork pivot ball/stud

Where can I source one?

I've been looking around for awhile now and cant seem to find any parts dealers who have it. My understanding is they are hard to come by.

I figure if anyone knows where to get on, it would be someone on this forum.

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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 05-13-2014, 09:29 PM
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Re: ZF5 clutch fork pivot ball/stud

As far as I know ford still has them, I bought one about a month ago.
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Re: ZF5 clutch fork pivot ball/stud

Really?

The one place I didnt actually think would have it.

How much did it run you?
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Re: ZF5 clutch fork pivot ball/stud

I think I'm just going to use an 18 gauge needle fitting to try greasing it first.
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Re: ZF5 clutch fork pivot ball/stud

It's a $6 piece of plastic.. Just did one a month ago and had to drive an hour and a half to the only Ford dealer that had one in stock.
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Re: ZF5 clutch fork pivot ball/stud

Are we talking about the same part?

I'm referring to the ball stud that the Clutch fork pivots on.
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Re: ZF5 clutch fork pivot ball/stud

The black rectangular plastic block with the nub/ears that sticks out that the end of the throwout/release bearing fork snaps onto and pivots on? about 3/4" wide by 3/4" high by 1.5" long? Snaps into what would be the passenger side of the bell... You can see the round hole it mounts in from the back of the bell near the starter...

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Re: ZF5 clutch fork pivot ball/stud

where does that black plastic bugger go?? I don't think my zf has that, are we talking about the zf-5 or 6?

I know what part your talking about Bgold.. but don't have a number sorry..

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Re: ZF5 clutch fork pivot ball/stud

well I do have a number.. E7TZ7B602A .. Clutch Release Lever Stud

its the part the clutch fork pivots on, pressed in to the transmission. did you remove yours yet?

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Re: ZF5 clutch fork pivot ball/stud

Check out my post about this in the other section you posed this question.. I put a link where I got one, and it's the metal one for the zf5, not the 6 I thought you were talking about at first.. They are available, just hard to find.
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