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 Posted: Thu Jan 3rd, 2019 02:52 am
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I'm looking to do a clutch job on my 02 B3000. I've pretty much decided on buying the LuK 07140 clutch kit (seems to be the same as factory), but i've heard its best to buy an OEM slave cylinder instead of aftermarket. I looked on ford's website but I couldn't find the clutch slave cylinder there. Where can I find the OEM Ford clutch slave cylinder and how much should I expect to pay for one?

And if anyone would like to suggest a different brand clutch kit or slave cylinder, please do so! I want to gather as much information as possible and do the job right.

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You can get a AMS master and slave with line pre bled
Look here:
https://www.rockauto.com/en/catalog/ford,2002,ranger,3.0l+v6,1438306,transmission-manual,clutch+master+and+slave+cylinder+assembly,10290

OR Slave cylinders here (LUK or Motorcraft are best)
https://www.rockauto.com/en/catalog/ford,2002,ranger,3.0l+v6,1438306,transmission-manual,clutch+slave+cylinder,2044

Master cylinder:
https://www.rockauto.com/en/catalog/ford,2002,ranger,3.0l+v6,1438306,transmission-manual,clutch+master+cylinder,1996

And finally clutch kits:
https://www.rockauto.com/en/catalog/ford,2002,ranger,3.0l+v6,1438306,transmission-manual,clutch+kit,1993

I would buy a Luk clutch kit, Luk slave and Luk master and bench bleed the system myself using the bleeding tips we have already discussed here on FordRangers.com

If you need more help or info with this job just ask!

You can do it!!!



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Like 410 said you can order one from rock auto. They will have the same part as ford used or you can choose from other brands. Or you can order one from your local Ford dealer. But rock auto will save you some money.



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Ok, so I looked on rockauto and didn't see a motorcraft branded slave cylinder. I wouldn't mind buying the LUK slave cylinder if its good but I'm a little worried by its very low price and lack of a dust boot. Does the boot really matter and is the LUK clutch slave going to last a long time?

And since I plan on getting a new flywheel, will I need to shim it or will that not be an issue?


- Thank you for your help

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LUK is a good brand. I've always had good luck using LUK parts



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I think I've found the OEM slave cylinder after calling the dealer for the part number (9L5Z-7A508-A). 

Here are some links

https://www.ebay.com/itm/FORD-OEM-92-08-F-150-Clutch-Slave-Cylinder-9L5Z7A508A-/231467014791 

https://parts.autonationfordwhitebearlake.com/oem-parts/ford-slave-cylinder-9l5z7a508a/?c=Zz1jbHV0Y2gmcz1oeWRyYXVsaWMtc3lzdGVtJmk9TUQ5ODQ2NTUmcj00JmE9Zm9yZCZvPXJhbmdlciZ5PTIwMDImdD1lZGdlJmU9My0wbC12Ni1nYXM%3D 

https://www.fordpartsgiant.com/parts/ford-cylinder-asy-clutc_9l5z-7a508-a.html 

Do these look correct? I thought a genuine Ford clutch slave would cost more than $50-70, but then again the dealer only asked for $88.

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Look at your factory clutch disc
It says LUK on it

LUK is OEM or equivalent
YOU NEED to replace the master and the slave at then same time
You are SMART for wanting to use the OEM slave cylinder
It is not a complex part, the price should not be hundreds of dollars like parts stores and some dealers always try to get



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