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What size is rear leaf center bolt?

I'm thinking of adding a 1" block to rear, need to know what size the center bolts are on the leaf springs. 1996 F350 4x4 cc.

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I know the fronts are 7/16" so it might be the same for the rear.

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They are all 7/16", use grade 8.

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You don't have to mess with the center bolt to change the blocks...

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Thanks guys. The 1'' blocks that I'm looking at (thesuspensionking.com)have different size pins depending on what size bolts you have. I gather they're meant to sit between the stock block and the leaf pack. They have different sizes depending on your bolt size. You're right, the bolt and spring pack don't get messed with though. I just wasn't sure of the bolt size. Thanks again!
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Thanks guys. The 1'' blocks that I'm looking at (thesuspensionking.com)have different size pins depending on what size bolts you have. I gather they're meant to sit between the stock block and the leaf pack. They have different sizes depending on your bolt size. You're right, the bolt and spring pack don't get messed with though. I just wasn't sure of the bolt size. Thanks again!
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