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Old 05-05-2009, 04:14 AM
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NumberDummy,

Portland Maine is the biggest city in Maine, But it's pretty small!
Go there all to frequently, Thats where the best Dog park is, Priorities you know...

I'm not seeing the pieces I'm after, I'm thinking they are part of the Absorber, If that's the case this urethane kit is poorly designed and I'm hosed!

If I were to insert them into your list, I would put one between the bolt and lower absorber, and one between the upper absorber and the 3/8" washer.

Dang, that upper absorber is pricey ... O-wells, gotta have what ya gotta have!

If there is nothing near me that has them could you look in the newer models, maybe my local dealer will talk to me if I don't say 1986!

Thank you, I really do appreciate this.

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Old 05-05-2009, 07:00 AM
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1980/89 F100/350 / F(Super Duty) / Bronco / Body Location #1 = Core Support / Bottom to Top.

2) N800442S .. Bolt-Metric / Obsolete

2) E2AZ5400155A .. Absorber-Lower

MSRP: $9.22 each // FTEpartsguy.com price each: $6.64

YANKEE FORD SALES in South Portland ME has two.

VARNEY FORD in Newport ME has three.
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2) EOTZ1000396A .. Absorber-Upper

MSRP: $84.03 each (!) // FTEPartsguy.com price each: $60.50

Closest dealer that has any is in NY.
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2) 387677S .. Washer 3/8" I.D. x 3/32" thick / Obsolete

WATERVILLE FORD L/M in Oakland ME has eight.
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2) E6TZ1000145A .. Shim / Obsolete

HAYES FORD in Newport VT has three.

GRANITE FORD in Rochester NH has seven.
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2) 382552S .. Washer v v / Obsolete

2) N620483S .. Nut-Metric / Obsolete
The illustration in the 1980/89 truck parts catalog shows another washer between EOTZ1000396A and 387677S, but it's not listed in the text under body bolt position #1.

387676S .. Washer / Obsolete

VARNEY FORD in Newport ME has two.

ROWE FORD SALES in Westbrook ME has one.
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1990/2002 Ford Light Truck Parts Catalog:

The same two absorbers and the shim are shown for F150/250's 1990 thru 1996.

The hardware is not listed at all.
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I'm pretty **** when it comes to authenticity but this is one area where IMO you would be wasting a LOT of money for no reason.

I bought a poly kit for mine 3 years ago, some grade 8 bolts, nuts and a couple grade 8 fender washers and it has worked flawlessly since.

There is no magic the OEM hardware does. There is plenty of adjustment in the support and no real need for spending so much money on OEM in this case.
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I have to agree with stosh in this case. $84.03, for just one of the upper absorbers is just stupid, IMO.
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core suport,

the core suport does come out, and can come out with both fenders on. i made marks on mine the first time and used them as quick references to put back together then adjusted as needed. it takes only 2 hours to pull entire front and not more then 3 hours to pull the front clip and all the brackets, wires off at most. all the front clip parts on my truck where metric, with standard for engine parts, air filters, smog, etc. i have a 96, i am also having trouble finding parts for the core support and just going to break down and buy a kit for the pickup instead of trying to find the core support rubber.

nothing is better then a cordless impact gun, everything goes to fast. only if it came with a built in torque wrench.
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1980/89 F100/350 / F(Super Duty) / Bronco / Body Location #1 = Core Support / Bottom to Top.

2) N800442S .. Bolt-Metric / Obsolete

2) E2AZ5400155A .. Absorber-Lower

MSRP: $9.22 each // FTEpartsguy.com price each: $6.64
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2) EOTZ1000396A .. Absorber-Upper

MSRP: $84.03 each (!) // FTEPartsguy.com price each: $60.50
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2) 387677S .. Washer 3/8" I.D. x 3/32" thick / Obsolete

2) E6TZ10000145A .. Shim / Obsolete

2) 382552S .. Washer v v / Obsolete

2) N620483S .. Nut-Metric / Obsolete
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When I typed this post 5/4/2009 .. I didn't have a way to post the pic, because I was using the parts catalog on microfiche.

Pic: 1980/89 Ford Light Truck Parts Catalog - available on a C/D from hipoparts.com
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