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Old 09-07-2010, 08:06 PM
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Cab mounts for a 1990 F250?

I have looked high and low for cab mounts for a 1990 F250 with no luck. I would think some company would make them considering it being a common rust prone area. Ive found many floor pans but no mounts! Ive checked JCW, LMC, Raybuck, Mill supply?, Keystone no mounts only pans. has anyone found any mount kits or do i need to find a truck with decent ones and cut them out?
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Old 09-07-2010, 10:38 PM
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autozone can get them...they r made by energy suspension and they r made of polyurethane so they will last forever
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Old 09-08-2010, 07:31 AM
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not the cab bushings. i need the mount, the part that sits on the bushing attached to the cab.
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Old 09-08-2010, 08:49 AM
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cut them off another cab, or fabricate your own... I made a set of heavy duty ones so i wouldn't have to worry about rust again.
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cut them off another cab, or fabricate your own... I made a set of heavy duty ones so i wouldn't have to worry about rust again.
I agree here. The problem with this year span of the trucks. ( I love the 87-91 F trucks ) is there to new for the aftermarkets to make some of the hard parts and too old for Ford to still make. I would check with a local dealer as they might have been the same for years newer and if so would still be available. If not your best bet will be a junk yard or making a new set on your own.

Are you looking for the part on the Cab, or the part on the frame?
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part on the cab, i work at a ford dealer and its not available anymore.
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part on the cab, i work at a ford dealer and its not available anymore.
Yea that's going to be a very hard to find part. like I said maybe a junkyard out west or fab your own. I wish you the best of luck I know what kind of a pain it is to try to find some of the stuff for these years trucks.

LMC has mounts for 80 -86 I wonder how much change they made? there like $70 each thoe! Might be pricey chance?

http://www.lmctruck.com/icatalog/fd/full.aspx?Page=21
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1986 F150 4X4 351 4vHO It was a 300 I6 RIP Totaled Hit a probe with the snow plow
1988 F150 4X2 302EFI and 35's Still under 100000 orginal miles.
1989 F250 4X4 351W EFI Basket Case.
1991 F250 4X4 351W EFI More rust then metal.

Im just looking for a place to park my ride!

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Autoabody Specialties in Middle Field CT has someone in house that fabs them. I bought some for my 88 f250 resto. They are a pretty big company and speacialize in many makes and model trucks and cars. I think they have a website as well. They don't fit perfect but then again almost none of the aftermarket sheetmetal does.
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AWESOME! thank you, i knew somone out there must know of them. if anyones interested heres the website Auto Body Specialties, Inc. its part number f-288
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Glad I could help. If your going through the trouble of replacing the cab mounts buy the front pan as well. It will make life much easier. Also be sure to weld in some bracing between the pilliers. I will try to post some pics or I can send you some pics via email showing the step by step process I did to replace them.
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yes please send some pics if you can. I already have the floor pan, right now im fixing where the a piller meets the floor
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click on my name and take a look at the album i created. I am working on finding the rest of the pics that I took. Let me know if you have any questions. I may have done an overkill in some people's eyes but my work will still be on the truck and solid for years to come.
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click on my name and take a look at the album i created. I am working on finding the rest of the pics that I took. Let me know if you have any questions. I may have done an overkill in some people's eyes but my work will still be on the truck and solid for years to come.
Must say .. Very nice looking work there.
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1988 F150 4X2 302EFI and 35's Still under 100000 orginal miles.
1989 F250 4X4 351W EFI Basket Case.
1991 F250 4X4 351W EFI More rust then metal.

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pictures are very insightful. the other cab mount was repaired before i got the truck and looks awful so i wasnt exactly sure how it went. thanks for the pics
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