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96F350 drw need rear axle u bolts

Have two cracked u bolts on the rear axle,def gonna need some new ones,any insight as to sources other than stealership or craigslist as i prefer new parts?thanks much in helping me get this solved!!!!!!!
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Measure your existing u-bolts then call Bob @ Leaf Spring U-Bolts, www.ATSSPRINGS.com
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I can PM you dimensions if you're interested. . .I had a set of new 5/8" dia. U-bolts made for my project truck which I kept when I got rid of it. I also have the plates as well. They fit a Dana 70, and a 3"-4" lift block. . .they have lots of thread. Cost me $55 new from spring menders local, I'm sure we can work something out if you need them. . .I'm easy going, $$ wise
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sure pm me with dims and contact info,have the center pin on one side sheared off,seems that it threads into the top of the axle lobe plate if thats correct
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