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Old March 29th, 2017, 02:15 PM
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Default Best place to get new leafsprings, hangers, shackles, and brackets?

I want to replace the leaf springs on the back of the truck because it sits uneven. It doesn't have much lift but it is sitting on blocks. I was wondering where the best place to shop would be?

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Try to visit fatbobsgarage. They also have leaf springs.
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It really depends on if you want OEM or are okay with Moog or other aftermarket parts. This is what I do. I start out for any major part finding what the original Ford part number was for it. Using various sources but most often Rock Auto. Than I search availability of the Ford parts. I have found the majority of times if you can get NOS on parts that never expire, no rubber to dry out or grease to harden etc. I go that route. Since the original part lasted me 150 K I figure it'll be a race to the old folks home or bone yard for me vs. the truck part wearing out. Now once I settle on NOS or aftermarket, I shop it. At least a half a dozen vendors. From eBay, Amazon(rarely), Believe it or not even Walmart.com and other spots. The fastest way is to simply enter the ford part number in your search bar. I suspect I've saved thousands and almost always end up with what I want, NOS, Ford original or aftermarket.


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