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Shocks for 4x4?

Does anyone have part numbers for F250 4x4 shocks? I've been all over the internet and it looks like front might be the same as 2wd. Nothing found for rears. thanks
 
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Old 02-06-2018, 05:48 PM
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Originally Posted by willowbilly3 View Post
Does anyone have part numbers for F250 4x4 shocks?

I've been all over the internet and it looks like front might be the same as 2wd.
Not the same.
B8AZ-18124-A .. Auto-Lite/Motorcraft Auto-Flex Front Shock Absorber (Motorcraft AB-2) / Obsolete

1959/60 F100/250 4WD / 1958/59 Ford Passenger Cars.
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B9TZ-18125-B .. Auto-Lite/Motorcraft Auto-Flex Rear Shock Absorber (Motorcraft AB-41) / Obsolete

1959/60 F100/250 4WD

'Auto-Flex' were the replacement for the standard equipment factory shocks. I'd suggest getting something more heavy duty.
 
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Thanks Bill. Maybe I can cross those numbers to another brand
 
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4x4 Shocks

I believe I have the original rear shocks with a verified number B9TT18080B. This crosses to Dayton M66828.
This crossed to Monroe Commercial Veh #6681.
I find Bilstein 5100 24-185776 is pretty close to expanded and collapsed numbers of the old shock but it says for "front end".
Can anyone tell me what would be the difference between a front end and rear shock?
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I believe I have the original rear shocks with a verified number B9TT18080B
This part number was replaced a gazillion years ago.
See post #2 for the correct part number.
 
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Angry 4 X 4 Shocks

It wasn't obsolete when installed in my 1959. It is still the identifying number on my shocks as I said. Why reply if you can't help?
 
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It wasn't obsolete when installed in my 1959. It is still the identifying number on my shocks as I said. Why reply if you can't help?
Open your peepers, I did help. I responded to the OP (post #2) before you ever chimed in.

You said the numbers on your shocks were "verified" numbers, but these are ID engineering numbers, not part numbers.
 
 
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