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F600 heater core

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notjustair

10-12-2018 09:25:18




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I need a new heater core for the Ford F600. Itís a 1964. I assume itís the same one used in the pickup, but I canít even find one for a 64 pickup. Checked LMC, Dennis Carpenter, did a generic internet search, etc. They will go to 1965, but not 1864. Does anyone have an idea for getting a new one? I hate dealing with eBay but I might have to resort to it.




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Shaun Wallace

10-12-2018 17:22:44




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 Re: F600 heater core in reply to notjustair, 10-12-2018 09:25:18  
Dennis Carpenter has it. P/N C5TZ-18476 B



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notjustair

10-13-2018 20:22:07




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 Re: F600 heater core in reply to Shaun Wallace, 10-12-2018 17:22:44  
Again, for 1965 and later. 64 is not the same core.



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russ1

10-12-2018 13:01:08




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 Re: F600 heater core in reply to notjustair, 10-12-2018 09:25:18  
NAPA has it.

Heater Core
PART # :
NHC 6603555



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notjustair

10-13-2018 20:21:23




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 Re: F600 heater core in reply to russ1, 10-12-2018 13:01:08  
Thatís for a 65 - doesnít fit the same. This what I keep running into.



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Shaun Wallace

10-12-2018 11:05:56




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 Re: F600 heater core in reply to notjustair, 10-12-2018 09:25:18  
There used to be a difference in core according to parts between recurlating and fresh air. Cab stayed same as 64-66 in 600 and larger. Check ford truck enthuist site for discussion on heater core in archives.



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leroy in ne

10-12-2018 11:03:41




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 Re: F600 heater core in reply to notjustair, 10-12-2018 09:25:18  
I checked Rockauto, no listing for 64,, checked 65, is there if you want to look at a picture of one. less than $30.00



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leroy in ne

10-12-2018 11:14:22




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 Re: F600 heater core in reply to leroy in ne, 10-12-2018 11:03:41  
second thoughts, on pickups I beleive this was a major change year on some things, 64- straight front axle/ 65 twin I-Beam, engine sizes available?



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Roger in Iowa

10-12-2018 10:51:17




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 Re: F600 heater core in reply to notjustair, 10-12-2018 09:25:18  
Don't think it was even on the radar in 1864! Couldn't help it.



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rustyfarmall

10-12-2018 10:10:49




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 Re: F600 heater core in reply to notjustair, 10-12-2018 09:25:18  
I'm pretty sure that the F series style of cab was the same all the way from the F100 up through the F800. I can't imagine there would be much difference between the '61 through the '66 other than maybe the location of the heater hose connections.



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IanC

10-12-2018 09:57:29




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 Re: F600 heater core in reply to notjustair, 10-12-2018 09:25:18  
Did the cab STYLE change from '65 to '65? If the cab didn't change the core probably didn't either. If your local Ford dealer was in business then see if they can get you a part number from an old book and search by number rather that description.



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notjustair

10-13-2018 20:24:18




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 Re: F600 heater core in reply to IanC, 10-12-2018 09:57:29  
The cab isnít markedly different, but the holes through the firewall for the lines are much different.



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VicS

10-12-2018 17:51:37




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 Re: F600 heater core in reply to IanC, 10-12-2018 09:57:29  
Cab didn't change till 67.



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