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Old 04-05-2009, 06:49 AM
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Camber bushings

I am leveling my 96 250 PSD 4x4 and need the part numbers for the moog bushings required and cant find it with search feature....anybody help a brotha out
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Camber Bushings? Got a picture, of where on the truck these are?
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Old 04-06-2009, 04:08 AM
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I dont have a pic...I remember reading a thread that called out the Moog part no. for bushings to restore the stock alignment specs after installing a set of leveling springs.....
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ANYONE!!!

need some help here
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I would say talk to your alignment shop

I think that is your best bet!
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Found some on E-bay and it says the part number is K 8284. I am not a parts man so I don't know for sure.
Ck for youself.moog Camber bushings - Google Product Search
Hope this helps.
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Old 04-08-2009, 12:22 AM
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Moog Part #

Depends on how much adjustment you need.
PROVIDES UP TO 2 3/4 DEGREES PLUS OR MINUS K8709

w/BALL JOINT SUSPENSION
0 DEGREE PLUS OR MINUS K8958

w/BALL JOINT SUSPENSION
1/4 DEGREE PLUS OR MINUS K8959

w/BALL JOINT SUSPENSION
1/2 DEGREE PLUS OR MINUS K8960

w/BALL JOINT SUSPENSION
3/4 DEGREE PLUS OR MINUS K8961

w/BALL JOINT SUSPENSION
1 DEGREE PLUS OR MINUS K8962

w/BALL JOINT SUSPENSION
1 1/4 DEGREES PLUS OR MINUS K8963

w/BALL JOINT SUSPENSION
1 1/2 DEGREES PLUS OR MINUS K8964

w/BALL JOINT SUSPENSION
1 3/4 DEGREES PLUS OR MINUS K8965

w/BALL JOINT SUSPENSION
2 DEGREES PLUS OR MINUS K8966

w/BALL JOINT SUSPENSION
NEW DESIGN
2 1/4 DEGREES PLUS OR MINUS K8967

w/BALL JOINT SUSPENSION
NEW DESIGN
2 1/2 DEGREES PLUS OR MINUS K8968

w/BALL JOINT SUSPENSION
NEW DESIGN
2 3/4 DEGREES PLUS OR MINUS K8969


Got this of of the Moog Web site. Part no's are for a 96 F-350 4X4


Good Luck

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Old 04-08-2009, 12:31 AM
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Here is the web site

Federal-Mogul - Catalogs


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Many thanks

there was a thread on here that was pretty specific right down t the alignment specs...this gives me a good starting point. If i remember right it req'd 1.5/2 degrees after the 2" spring was installed. After looking a 2" drop piman arm might be helpfull as well, just to make averuthing as close to stock as possible.
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