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Old 06-09-2012, 03:22 AM
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cab mount bushings for 1959 f100 4x4??

anyone have any idea where to get the taller 4x4 cab bushings. I want to replace the ones that are too squashed down over past 50+ years.

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[IMG]anyone have any idea where to get the taller 4x4 cab bushings.[/IMG]

Do you have any further information on these.

I vaguely remember when I rebuilt my truck the first time in 79/80 that there was a discussion with the parts guy about these(back then correct wasn't as important as getting finished). But the parts Ford supplied me then, appear to be just the same as the parts DC supplied this time, although their catalog says not for 4x4.

I cannot find them listed in the Ford literature that I have. old part #BAAK-8100228-A

From 1980 to1999 there has been no issues for me with the mounts I got back then. And this truck was worked and played hard up until 1999 when it got parked until April 2010 when I started this go-around.

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