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Old 04-01-2007, 06:44 PM
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I have a 63 Chevy C10 stepside truck, I dont kno if it came with a hydralic clutch or not cause when i got the truck there wasnt one on it, i ripped all the brake line off of it and ordered some new from LMC truck. i looked at the old pieces and new pieces and they look completly different but i dont know if they are right because it said it was for a 63 but dont look the same. could somebody please help????

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No hydraulic clutch on that truck for 63.

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so if i got the brake line that didnt come with the hydralic clutch it should fit right?
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so if i got the brake line that didnt come with the hydralic clutch it should fit right?
Find a good parts store that will research their book by the dimentions of the hose you took off. Most hoses have standard ends and lengths. Good luck Jerry
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no hydro clutch til 85 on full size trucks
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no hydro clutch til 85 on full size trucks

uuhhh-----60-62------also had torsion bar front suspension

When ford and dodge were still running a single I-beam & leafs

66 Twin I-beam on ford-----------and I think it was 70 before dodge went to an independant front.

Just some trivia

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