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Old 02-09-2005, 05:28 PM
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Does anybody on here now a good place to get u-bolts for a rear end in Nova Scotia, other then the Ford Dealer?thanx
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Try a spring repair shop, but they arn't cheap, but cheaper than the dealer. NorminN.B.
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I have bought them at AutoZone and Northern Tool Supply... not sure if you have either of those in your area.
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Try Parts for Trucks, they may have a store in your general area, reasonable prices too
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thanx for all the help I ended up getting them at Parts for Trucks.the guys there were real A$$ holes but they were the cheapest.so now all I have to do is finish the break lines and mount the tank and the box can go back on.and then the whole motor thing.

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