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Old 07-05-2014, 07:41 AM
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cab mount bolt replacement?

I'm replacing the cab bushings but I need new bolts I was thinking grade 8 industrial bolts ? What does every one else use when there old hardware is bad on the cab mount bolts.
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NO, not grade 8. These bolts need to flex. Grade 8 will snap. Get grade 5 or get OEM bolts
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Old 07-05-2014, 10:57 AM
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NO, not grade 8. These bolts need to flex. Grade 8 will snap. Get grade 5 or get OEM bolts
I tried getting OEM Ford can't get me them and I can't find them online nor can wait. The guy at ford said grade 8 but true they have no flex. OK so grade 5 bolts and a bolt sleeve.
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Bolt sleeve?

OE bolts
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Old 07-05-2014, 01:19 PM
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Yea the washer that goes on the bottom has like a flare on top so it goes in the bottom bushing.
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Old 07-05-2014, 02:57 PM
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I guess you would call it the retainer its a washer that goes on the bottom mount bushing.
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I guess you would call it the retainer its a washer that goes on the bottom mount bushing.
Yeah steel body bushing/retainer. The top and bottom "retainers" slide into each other
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Yeah steel body bushing/retainer. The top and bottom "retainers" slide into each other
Could I substitute the retainers with something instead of paying 25 a retainer?

Edit: Also on the truck diaphragm I see no upper retainer but still for $75 just for a nut welded to a washer welded to a sleeve I think I can make that at home for less money and a few tack welds.
Ok on summit racing I see a energy bushing set up with the retainers all energy is selling is sleeves for a bot as a retainer. I was thinking of getting something like that from the hardware store. http://www.summitracing.com/parts/en...eJXTjNJifw_wcB

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That set is not for a Ford pickup, so they are different. Energy suspension has you reuse the steel retainers in their poly mounts. Our trucks take a #44107

You can reproduce the steel retainer, just make them the same as the original design
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That set is not for a Ford pickup, so they are different. Energy suspension has you reuse the steel retainers in their poly mounts. Our trucks take a #44107

You can reproduce the steel retainer, just make them the same as the original design
That's my idea just get sleeves and a washer and tack it together.
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