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Anyone happen to have the f-250 upper shock mount part number?

I need to score some fresh ones and the part number i have comes up as a window regulator at the ford dealer.
 
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Thanks, i will

The number i have on mine is E5TZ 18133 A, im off to ford and will post my results.
 

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redwagon said:
try.... F4TZ 18183 A
I saw this thread a while ago and was thinking I bet Tim knows that part #.
 

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Charlie don't surf..
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These are the ones I used on my rig from fordpartsonline.com.

FPN-E5tz1818A
 
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Dealer had one for 47.95 :wacko


I searched around on fordpartsonline and couldnt find it.

Im thinking about just lengthening these with some steel and being done with it.
Somewhere i heard these were cheap.
 

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Charlie don't surf..
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Here is the part you're looking for..#12

Upper Back - F350, 4wd - F350, 4wd 87-91

 

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Charlie don't surf..
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The site doesn't carry the P/N, but if you call about the particular part, they're usually good about giving it to you.
 

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badass1tonf100 said:
E5TZ 18133 A is the pn# i used and i paid $15 each
They are supposed to be cheap. But if the dealers wanna markup major and screw you, wildhorses carries them too. Think I paid $35 for a pair.
 
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i just paid 15 for them at a pick and pull, goddamn its hot out today. I was thrilled to find these bolted on and not riveted.
 

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I see youve already got them, but shop around dealerships and you might find a good deal. The first dealership i went to wanted something like $50 or $60 for both. Next dealership was like $27 after tax (Mooresville Ford for anyone around here who might need some).
 
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What length and brand shocks to you plan to run up front?

You could probably use my old ones. I went to the MX6 shocks and they have an extra 3 inches of aluminum where the adjuster knob sits which moves everything up another 3. Then add the addition shock length and im moving up 6 inches. I doubt that old man has any left out there, he is throwing shit out like mad cause he sold that property.
 

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hrmm Im just using the standard Pro comp 9000s for a while I may move up to the MX6 when I can dump more money into this thing.
 
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