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Old 10-20-2012, 06:39 PM
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Need 11-12 f250 camper package u-bolt part#?

I put 4" 350 blocks with aux springs on and couldn't get in garage. To tall. I really didn't realize i was that freaking close!

Anyway I want to keep the aux springs and go back to the 2" block.

I was just going to cut u-bolts, but the thread doesn't go far enough up to tighten down the bolts without the extra two inches of the 4" blocks.

I've searched quite a bit and can't find the part# for f250 camper package ubolt. That should be aux spring with 2" block and fit my needs.

The originals were approx 12" long and the 350's are approx 16" long. The aux spring and aux spring perch are adding approx 1.5" so I need something like 13.5" or 14" long u-bolts.

Any one know part# for 2011-2012 f250 with Camper package u-bolt ford part#? Needs to be for f250 as f350 would get me what I already have

Thanks in advance! And I know I can go to truck spring shop. There just aren't any close.
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Old 10-20-2012, 07:38 PM
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Just wondering what aux spring you installed?
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Just wondering what aux spring you installed?
The OEM aux springs from 2012 f350
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Old 10-20-2012, 08:37 PM
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How much were they and do you have part numbers?
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Old 10-21-2012, 10:07 AM
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How much were they and do you have part numbers?
Well from ford they are crazy $$$ (you have to buy entire spring pack). I found a wrecked 2012 350 at a salvage yard. $100(friend/family price) for the frame brackets, hardware, blocks, and entire spring pack. I bought new ubolts as I've always been told not to reuse old ones.

The frame brackets have part#'s stamped into them, but aux springs, hardware, bumpers, spacer, etc don't that I can tell. Sorry.
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if nothing else maybe someone with this setup can lend you their vin

re using u bolts is not recommended but honestly everyone does it except "that guy " LOL
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Old 10-21-2012, 02:46 PM
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if nothing else maybe someone with this setup can lend you their vin

re using u bolts is not recommended but honestly everyone does it except "that guy " LOL
I just wanted the part# so there wouldn't be a question. Vin's are a dime a dozen on eBay so I can get one from there. Then I use the ford door sticker link to validate option as camper package? Then order with that others trucks vin. Is that what you are saying?
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Old 10-21-2012, 02:52 PM
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Kinda is what I am suggesting

I have lent my vin for others to use on say Sunrise fords part finder Here on this site for 25-40% off and free ship
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can't believe you don't have a spring shp close I have 5 LOL

they bend em as u wait ,, or there are online places also http://www.stengelbros.com/U-boltKits.htm
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can't believe you don't have a spring shp close I have 5 LOL

they bend em as u wait ,, or there are online places also Suspension U bolts for leaf springs and custom applications
Nice! Rub it in! There is one about 25 miles away, but if I have to take time off work to go it's not worth it. I'm also nearly blind so my wife would need to take off as well. It's a mess I tell you.

I've got a note into a dealership for a part# and I'll measure the one's I have and call the spring shop at least. Sometimes shops will have employee's that live close and can drop them off for me.
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