Compression Ignition Addict
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There is a body mount there and as the brakes are pressed, you feel the truck "lean forward" or nose dive a little. More weight is being transfered to the front axle and is supported in part by these body mount bushings. In my case I could feel the thump on stopping and a light creaking in the floor on speeding up again. Try tightening up the mounting bolt under your feet, but the bushing may need replaced.
John _ SE Indiana
00 Excursion limited 'SOLD'
86 Toyota ext cab 4x4superbeater 'SOLD'
91 Tercel 'Demo Derbied'
'93 suburban, which I drive with sunglasses and a wig, so my friends dont recognize me.
'88 nova, crap on wheels
I do still have a Ford sticker on my toolbox, for whatever thats worth.
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