1957 - 1960 F100 & Larger F-Series TrucksDiscuss the Box Style Ford Trucks
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That's really odd, I see both pictures and can blow them both up fine, I'll see what I can do. At any rate, I'll try to find one at a junk yard and see if I can install it.
FYI, the axles are slightly different, that's why I'm asking if anyone has done it before. The later axle has the lower shock mount in the axle out toward the wheel. Ours have the lower shock mount just about right where the picture above shows the end link connected. I'm worried that the end link and shock will try to occupy the same space
I think heating he sway bar could mess up the temper of the steel pretty well.
How about mounting the sway bar at the rear of the axle? looks like you might have enough clearance to get it in front of the transmission. Kinda tough to tell without measurements. Then you can mount it to the axle the same as in the sample pic.
On second look the steering may get in the way mounting it from the rear...
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