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Oddly enough the 22.5's for Ford came out in 55 I have 3 sitting here in the yard.
I wondered about the air set up but i didn't see either a hand valve or trailer brake charge valve in the cab but the under pictures show brake line sat the rear axle, I didn't think the 332 was factory either but wanted to see what you guys thought.
Tom you don't happen to have that 5th over yet do you.


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22.5s don't belong on there either, do they?


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A C600 would not originally had the "Lincoln" big block, but rather the smaller Y block. My '53 C750 that I owned for over 40 years had air over hydraulic brakes. I towed my '47 Fruehauf SS van trailer with air brakes with the truck. The combo worked great. Originally a 317, I replaced it with a 4bbl 332, removed the 5th over 5 spd, put in a 5th direct and a 5831 brownie. The changes made a different truck out of it. One of the nicest driving trucks I have driven. For some reason the '68 N750 I have today just doesn't match it. Not that many years ago I sold the 750 for 12K in near perfect condition.

The tractor which does appear to be a 2N is painted 8N colors. 

Tom

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Geoff and Hamish have it nailed!! Air over hydraulic brakes to tow a trailer and repowered by the Y block 332.

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I would think the 332 V8 wasn't the original engine either-more likely to have a 272 Y-Block in a 1956 C600 from new. The 332 truck V8 that was offered in F700 and larger Ford trucks from 1956-c.1963 was based on the Lincoln 317-341-368 V8s. There was also the 332 FE V8 introduced 1958, but I think this was only offered in passenger cars, but I stand to be corrected.
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I can't see enough to know if it is air braked or air assisted hyd brake. A lot of truck left the factory with a hydrovac that got replaced with an air-pac to pull air braked trailers. Air-pac replaces hydrovac and gives a signal to the "blue: line on the trailer as well as boost to the hyd system. 
 Edit, yeah, i didn't see all the pic's and it does have a suspended pedal treadle valve. Still could be air over hyd just done different, or could be all air,
 I don't know about Ford, but IHC K-7's could have full air brakes, although most didn't.
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If you look at the pic of the firewall where the treadle valve is mounted, it was definitely not a factory install, bolt come through partly on a firewall "rib" and washer are at an angle. Someone cut the hole and mounted the valve. 
 I guess I should look more before responding!
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Something a little off about this one
Claims to be  a 332 and air assist brakes,it does have an air comp and a foot valve, did ford put something like this together, this is just a 2 ton series truck.

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1931 Ford AA flatbed for sale in Fresno, Ca. Craigslist.

https://fresno.craigslist.org/cto/d/biola-1931-ford-model-aa-pick-up-truck/7547132716.html
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This sold for $1325. Who got it?

Michael Yarnall,

Boyertown, PA
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Wolfcreek_Steve (9/17/2022)
I don't know anything about this one, other than my wife says it ain't going to be mine!
https://www.ebay.com/itm/363983192169?hash=item54bf16c069:g:3tkAAOSw3-BjJLsw&amdata=enc%3AAQAHAAABsErEI7jEgKZpc0WBgQgdamsR%2BMy8N3KklVN9Fi94QVg6f2ZszUpzGGzJR3QXSdWSf%2BpmvGnfC7%2B74fQyINBfvZN8zo8kLcZn4D53%2B%2BITVutMTH5v3HaLhE4zXB2AxjAGaZs0H0YtjX8EC6jFJerZsOjTPn5YwVOfQsK7arVC%2F9mavCLxw2XcRTyRxDat32Spxe48LYgtOA1LCQunVTpvepAjLhgsr%2F5ndCg0JF4Da4G8b6idraKDYernRtiDQ%2FZ5pCXAEZZNQ%2BBP%2BEnlvVATotIRzqZ6WQcxV%2B3IN0LRKF46%2BdDZF3x9o8Fii%2F1zrMA%2BM%2BXbfPzYrUy8d9VF0BaALlP0K1evHrjylbowJdbucuC79ePFvWFbRufSZXDNwh74snZylffzzhpx%2BYwPtss190AtAOky7cOyk%2BFNr6Zmfv40gyX1p6Ji37Dz7Ul6aWU232peV08lMJ%2FL%2FL8SWMtrYSq7yqpHcMxnIaHXkXo16dU6UYVl%2Bg7SQBEyniLlDd3tjn%2BGVTDBguxVH03s5b5xQY%2FUs9eMSRYvwWqzwU4TyEusoazpMUIjFZD6r%2B3TZ06lmg%3D%3D%7Ctkp%3ABk9SR4KI_5PpYA
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