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Old 06-04-2014, 06:17 PM
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Is this a Stock F350 Rear Spring

Is this the stock 94 F350 Spring block? The block between the spring and axle is approximately 5 inches.


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Is that your axle? Looks like the axle vent tube broke off at the axle tube mounted vented bolt that secures the brake line junction block.

Whew, that's a mouthful, what the heck is that thing called anyway?
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Is that your axle? Looks like the axle vent tube broke off at the axle tube mounted vented bolt that secures the brake line junction block.

Whew, that's a mouthful, what the heck is that thing called anyway?
The vent tube is being hidden by the tire holder. the tube extends from the brake junction up to some point on the frame.
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