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Air Actuated Clutch

Posted By EPRSPLIT Friday, February 25, 2011 5:23 PM
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 Posted Saturday, February 26, 2011 10:13 AM
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John, Dan, and Tony, thanks for the replies.

I'll give them a call to weigh the cost over just putting the mechanical pedal

back in.


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I think Dan's right. Precision Rebuilders has them. Go to page 80 here.

http://www.precisionrebuilders.com/pdf_catalogs/VacCatalogPHB-0398.pdf

Here's some info on how they work.

http://www.tpub.com/content/construction/14273/css/14273_289.htm

I'll try to find you the master cylinder. I think originally they were Wagner but Raybestos may have them or you could rebuild you own.

EDIT: I see John has this site in the reman parts.


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Saturday, February 26, 2011 10:02 AM by Tony Bullard
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That's a Bendix mini-pak ,similar to what I recall was used on IHC BC 225D ,or 2000D in early '60s . Might have better info description in my library .  I think the 5000 White used that combination as well .
Saturday, February 26, 2011 5:56 AM by junkmandan
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If you want to run that setup, there are outfits listed in the reman section of Parts & Services that could ID the pieces if you emailed them pics, then they could rebuild the components for you.

If it was mine I would probably swap the pieces from the parts truck, I like a mechanical linkage.

Heres some Fullair stuff.John
 FullAir remote air shift 4.jpg (1,481 views, 164.74 KB)
 FullAir remote air shift.jpg (1,645 views, 1.15 MB)
 FullAir remote air shift 2.jpg (1,388 views, 190.42 KB)
 FullAir remote air shift 3.jpg (1,535 views, 171.98 KB)
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 Posted Friday, February 25, 2011 5:30 PM
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I can't tell you anything about them other than I ran dumptruck with a guy who had one ina trash truck.He ranted and raved about how great a setup it was except if the air line froze.

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Can anyone identify these components? My 1956 Autocar had a Fuller

Fullair air shifter and what I thought was a hydraulic clutch.

I took the pedal assembly out along with the slave cylinder assembly at

the transmission (R96) for identification so I can possibly get it overhauled.

It takes air in at the top chamber and hydraulic fluid at the bottom.

Any help with ID'ing this would be helpful.

I have a parts truck with mechanical clutch pedal setup so if this is a

inefficient path I can put that in.

 


1950 Freuhauf 32 ft. flatbed trailer, 1951 White WC22PLT Sleeper
 Autocar Hydraulic over air clutch 006.jpg (1,670 views, 838.75 KB)
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