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Old 02-27-2015, 12:56 PM
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Seeking another elusive part for the stock truck build .Any one have or can locate part # 18481 located on page 605 of the FORD Chassis Parts Catalog ? It is a looped end bracket that holds the heater hose to the RF inner fender panel. Thanks,. Denny
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I don't know if this is what you are looking for but I found a listing on National Parts Depot # F-18481-1. Stainless. Hope it helps. , Doug.
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It's a real simple strap. I'll check my spare inner fenders, but these usually get torn up trying to get the fender bolts out. The strap's hole is square as I recall?


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The original number is 7RA 18481. Obsoleted by the time of the 1964 edition. Two are listed as being fitted, but I don't see why two were needed on a V8. No question two would be needed on a 215 like mine. Parts Voice doesn't show any squirreled away by vendors. I have two, and as you can see in the pictures it wouldn't be any task to fabricate them. I can measure, etc, if it'd help. Stu


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Sorry my info was way off. I didn't know what it looked like. Why can't you use one of the spark plug wir holders?
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Ive probably got an extra one floating around here somewhere if you havent found one yet.
Let me know if you still need one.
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Josh , that would be great .Thanks
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Josh , that would be great .Thanks
If this will work for you ill get it sent off.
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Josh , truckdog has one on the way . Thanks for your effort . Would not want to accept it from you when some one else may need it .It is under stood this attaches to a head bolt . If so which one ? The angle seems to be off to bolt to the inner fender . Thanks , Denny
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I didnt compare to one on a truck. Guess i better go look at a parts truck or two so o can see the difference from this bracket compared to the inner fender one.
Im not sure which headbolt this would have gone under.
Ill have to take a look at some other trucks.

Glad you found one.

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Mike a.k.a. Rimrock sent one .It arrived today at 6 pm. & was media blasted & primed by 6:30 .Paint wed. & install thur. Will post a pic. Truckdog sent a traced pattern of one .Thanks for every ones help .DEnny
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Josh , did you get a chance to eye ball a truck to see where the heater hose support bracket attaches ? By the angle on the one end am leaning towards a head bolt or maybe the rear water neck bolt .. It is ready to bolt on Thanks , Denny
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