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Old 04-30-2013, 08:15 AM
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What part is this?

Bought a lift off a guy that just took it off his truck, gave me all the parts that were took off but he didn't know what everything was. I'm dumb founded at what part this is too.

Any ideas? Carrier bearing spacers maybe? But why would there be two?
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Old 04-30-2013, 08:48 AM
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what vehicle ?
obviously it's part of an axle see semi circle ?


mount perhaps a sway bar
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Whooops, knew I forgot something.. I fail at multi tasking at work and this. 06 f250 4.5" lift. Diesel 4wd
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Those are rear sway bar mounts
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Thanks for the input, that clears that up. Since every one seems to know what part this is, does any one happen to know the manufacturer or what kit these usually come in? Trying to figure out who makes this kit..

Unless this is a stock take off...
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Thanks for the input, that clears that up. Since every one seems to know what part this is, does any one happen to know the manufacturer or what kit these usually come in? Trying to figure out who makes this kit..

Unless this is a stock take off...
No problem. It is a stock take off. Some truck had a rear sway bar and some didn't depending on the package. They bolt to the axle using u-bolts which I don't see in the pic.
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Old 04-30-2013, 10:59 AM
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No problem. It is a stock take off. Some truck had a rear sway bar and some didn't depending on the package. They bolt to the axle using u-bolts which I don't see in the pic.
Yea that's what I figured after looking around. Seems like the guy gave me extra stock take off **** that his new lift replaced. I'm guessing what I thought were AALs is really a over load spring too. a 5" block with the stock block removed + a AAL would give about 4" of rear lift.. Seems too much for a lift that is supposed to be 4.5" front.
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