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2000 f350 7.3 clutch

Would this be a hydraulic clutch or not? Local shop said this was a switch ovrr year some were and some weren't. Never heard that before but just wondering if its hydraulic or not. Thanks in advance.

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Anyone? Please and thanks.

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my early '99 is a hyd clutch, and a 6sp trans... once they switched to the superduty body in '98, and labeled it a '99, I thought all man trans were 6 sp, and have never heard of a non-hyd clutch...

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Yea found out it is a hydraulic clutch but mines only a 5 speed has l-5

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No low/bulldog gear below reverse? Should have the shift pattern with reverse being full left and up, with reverse, 1, 3, 5 across the top, low (granny gear, bulldog, whatever term you prefer) directly below reverse, and then across the bottom, starting at low, 2, and 4, in the standard H type pattern.

R 1 3 5
L 2 4

Gives you 6 forward gears, even though overdrive is labeled 5th.

If that's not the case, yours is the first Superduty I've heard of with a 5 speed. Is it factory?

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Yea that's how mine is I thought that was considered 5 speed though not a 6 cuz it technically doesbt have the 6th label gear may be wrong though but I know on some cummins they have 1-6 but guess that make up for l-5 but please correct me if I'm wrong

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Yup, called a 6 sp, like I have in my red truck... I like rowin' gears, wish my other trucks were sticks.

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What would be the zf5 pattern then and yea I love having control over my gears only reason I bought this truck I wasnt gonna cuz of it being 2wd but i don't get bad winters.and knew I wasn't gonna be lifting a dually so i said **** it it works fine for what I do with it

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I think the ZF-5 pattern, reverse is below 5th, to the right and down, but I could be wrong, I've never driven one that I KNOW to be a ZF-5... but I though it was right and down. I'm glad they changed it on the ZF-6, makes more sence to me to have reverse and low gears closer, not on oppiset sides of the shift pattern, like the ol' chevy I learned to drive on...

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'00 F350 extcab, 9' utility bed, dually 221k

E'99 F250 extcab, S/Bed 211k

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Yea your probably right sounds like it'd be that way

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