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In search of rear lower shock mounts

I'm looking for a set of 57-60 rear lower shock mounts. Any available?
 
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I'm looking for a set of 57-60 rear lower shock mounts. Any available?
Please, when asking questions, list ALL the pertinent info, we are not mind readers.

Year, series, 2WD or 4WD?
 
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Please, when asking questions, list ALL the pertinent info, we are not mind readers.

Year, series, 2WD or 4WD?
My apologies..... I'm replacing the Dana 44 under my 1955 F100 with a 9 inch (2wd). The new axle housing has a larger diameter @ 3 inches. I plan to use the lower rear shock mounts and tie plates from a 57-60 f100 to accommodate the larger diameter axle housing and allow me to keep my shocks mounted basically as they are in the current setup. I thought mid-fifty carried reproductions, but have discovered that they do not. So I am now on the hunt for the original equipment ... lower rear shock mounts and tie plates that hold the axle to the leaf springs on a 57-60 F100 (2WD)... Honestly, I am assuming 2wd are the ones I want.

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1957/60 F100 2WD: Upper (upper) pic: Rear shock absorber and attaching parts // Lower pic: Rear spring and attaching parts.

All these parts are obsolete, very few will be available NOS

And these are just the basic part numbers, not the complete part numbers. I'll have to look 'em up.


 
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Thanks! I'm definitely not looking for NOS... just used with some life left.
 
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Sorry to piggyback, but I’m looking for a set also after Jeff finds his!
Thanks, Kevin
 
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Sorry to piggyback, but Iím looking for a set also after Jeff finds his!
Thanks, Kevin
Kevin, found some close to me in North Texas. Browne Salvage has more, and they ship... https://www.facebook.com/Browneautosalvage/
 
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Jeff, do you have the part numbers?
 
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Thanks Jeff, I contacted Brownes and he hooked me up
 
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Great! Sorry I never got you the part numbers. I still haven't had time to clean mine up to see them
 
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Great! Sorry I never got you the part numbers. I still haven't had time to clean mine up to see them
You will not find any part numbers on these parts, you probably won't find any ID engineering numbers either.
 

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