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post #1 of 12 Old 12-03-2006, 08:56 AM Thread Starter
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Front Body Mounts

I need to replace the front body mounts on my 2001 F250. Does anyone know if they are available in stock height from an aftermarket source, or is that a dealer only item?

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not sure if ther is any after market ones looking for the poly ones right. i think i would stay with the rubber ones to keep some of the vibes out of the cab. some one should be along shortly that can ansor this for you
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No I'm not really that interested in poly, though the thought did cross my mind. I just need to replace the driver side front and I called 3 local dealers and they all needed to order them. I will most likely order the fronts for both sides on Monday to insure they match.
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Whats wrong with them? They are not that old yet...

TRUCK - 2000 Ford PSD 7.3 XLT, Midnight blue, ext cab, short bed, auto 4X4,Leveled front +2 In rear, SCT Livewire INNOVATIVE Tuned, Full 5in exaust, AFE stage2, BANKS TransCommand, 2 optima yellow tops.......more to come!

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Truck was hit in the front before I got it approx 2 years ago, and it looks like one has been replaced and it is a miss match to the other. So the bumper doesn't quite line up right. I could shim it to make it match, but I would rather replace them and know they are right. It really isn't off by much. No one has ever noticed it other then me. I guess it finally irritated me enough to do something about it.
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yeah...im anal about my truck to...i kno how it is

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Yeah, I'd say that's about the size of it. LOL
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Hi John

As far as parts go check out wwwpowerstrokeshop.com . I have ordered parts from them and really liked the service. I placed an order and in two days it was delivered to my door. If you can't find the parts and price on there web site give them a call. They are real helpful and know there stuff.
There site also lists the specials they are running. Just a thought and hope this helps.
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As far as parts go check out wwwpowerstrokeshop.com . I have ordered parts from them and really liked the service. I placed an order and in two days it was delivered to my door. If you can't find the parts and price on there web site give them a call. They are real helpful and know there stuff.
There site also lists the specials they are running. Just a thought and hope this helps.
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Yeah, funny that you should mention that. I called Bob first thing this morning and ordered the mounts and a complete ball joint kit. This is the second time I used Powerstrokeshop.com and I agree with you they are top notch to deal with. I was just being impatient and was hopping to get them installed over the weekend.
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Thumbs up Hey John Great

I just done my ball joints,rotors, hub bearings and seals a few weeks ago. I got all the parts from Bob and when they came everything was right and all was there to do the job. Their shipping is fast and it will come when they tell you. I borrowed a heavy duty ball joint press and things went real fast. Just be careful of the vac seals if you replace them yourself. A couple of my caliper bolts we rusted up in the caliper. They do make a up date kit for that problem. I just cleaned mine as I done the work on a weekend. When I replace pads I'll invest in the update kit myself. Good luck!!!!
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