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Old 07-19-2012, 08:42 AM
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rad support mounting?

I'm finally in the process of getting my truck back together, but I cant remember if there was a bushing of any sort between the frame and rad support. I dont see anything on my parts shelf... but I feel like there should be something there?
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According to the service manual there should be a large bolt with a large washer. Next is a rubber pad this pad will be inside of the core or radiator support under the large washer. Next under the frame or the raised sections that the support sits on is a nut. This nut is a large square with a metal insert surrounded by rubber with a raised round center around the metal inside threads. This is followed by a large washer and another nut. This is if you have a conventional cab. If you have an integral cab add a small spring on the inside of the core support and take away the square rubber pad. The spacing on the bolt and spring heigth should be 1.28 measured from bottom of the bolt head to floor of the core support.
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Perfect, thanks for the info. I think I have something that sounds like that laying around.
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if someone needed those rubber supports plus all the hardware where would one find them? cant seem to find anything in my parts books. i guess im looking for the official name of the mount.
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if someone needed those rubber supports plus all the hardware where would one find them? cant seem to find anything in my parts books. i guess im looking for the official name of the mount.
This might help you a little.



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if someone needed those rubber supports plus all the hardware where would one find them?

Can't seem to find anything in my parts books.
Shown in the frame section.

1973/79 Ford Light Truck Parts Catalog / Illustration Section 50 ~ Pages 6 & 8.
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1964/72 Ford Truck Parts Catalog / Illustration Section 50 ~ Pages 20 & 21.
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Thanks again, had to do some micky mouse'n but it's on there!
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