REAR SHOCK ABSORBER BOTTOM MOUNT BRACKET

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REAR SHOCK ABSORBER BOTTOM MOUNT BRACKET

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hI EVERYONE,

does anyone know where I can still buy a new bracket where the bottom of the rear shock absorber mounts?
Are they still available from Ford ?
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Re: REAR SHOCK ABSORBER BOTTOM MOUNT BRACKET

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Isn`t it welded to the axle casing? AFAIK they were not available separately. To replace, you`d need to weld to the axle so the additional fabrication involved in making the brackets out of a bit of box section would be fairly simple.
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I am not sure if its welded on, hard to see until you take it all apart...
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~It is welded to the axle tube. Have a look at your other post. in Q&A.
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stevemarl wrote: Sun May 31, 2020 1:08 pm ~It is welded to the axle tube. Have a look at your other post. in Q&A.
This must be where your missing reply was hiding!

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It was! :lol: :lol: :lol:
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