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I got tired of lookign for the hardware ford the used lift kit so i called up and had them email the hardware required. and im posting it cause i know im not the only fool that couldnt find this info anywhere.

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ITEM 186B DESCRIPTION COMP BOX, 6" 80-96 BRONCO
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001 LHB54-5 LEFT HINGE BRKT F150 SGL 1
002 RHB54-6 RIGHT HINGE BRKT F150 SGL 1
003 LRB54-5 LEFT RAD BRKT F150/BRONCO S 1
004 RRB54-6 RIGHT RAD BRKT F150/BRONCO 1
005 916X314X1312U 9/16 X 3 1/4 X 13 1/2 U-BOL 4
006 RB55 5.5" REAR BLOCK 2
007 HB-1846 HRDWR BAG FOR 184&6 4WD 2WD 1 Y
008 IF80150 INSTRUCTIONS: 80-96 F150/BR 1

ITEM HB-1846 DESCRIPTION HRDWR BAG FOR 184&6 4WD 2WD
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001 12FTN 1/2-20 FINE N/I LOCK NUT 4
002 12SAEW 1/2 SAE WASHER 4
003 12X112FTB 1/2 X 1 1/2 FINE THRD BOLT 4
004 716FTN 7/16-20 FINE N/I LOCK NUT 10
005 716SAEW 7/16 SAE WASHER 10
006 716X112FTB 7/16 X 1 1/2 FINE THRD BOLT 10
007 916FTN 9/16-18 NYLON INSERT LOCKNU 9
008 916X3FTB 9/16 X 3 FINE THREAD BOLT 1
 

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Does this cover the Hardware for the Rear Leaf Springs Also?

I think they only sent me the hardware for the Radius Arm Brackets, and maybe 4-5 more bolts, which I think are for the cross members. Not sure where the other bolts go.

I got 10 bolts, which fit the 5 holes needed in each Radius Arm Bracket. Not sure on the others though. And nope, they don't fit anywhere near the lenght of my rear leaf springs.
 

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Does this cover the Hardware for the Rear Leaf Springs Also?

I think they only sent me the hardware for the Radius Arm Brackets, and maybe 4-5 more bolts, which I think are for the cross members. Not sure where the other bolts go.

I got 10 bolts, which fit the 5 holes needed in each Radius Arm Bracket. Not sure on the others though. And nope, they don't fit anywhere near the lenght of my rear leaf springs.
for the leaf springs you use your old bolt or buy new ones. im buying new ones with all the bushing. i got the leafsprings in back of my brothers car. They are all perty for now. lol. what i was confused about was they look like they come with a small shim already. im not sure if i should us it or use my old ones. that list of hardware is for the front of the truck. the 9/16 i know is for the center bushing of the ifs. and the others are for the drop down brackets. yesterday in 2 hours i got as far as removing both springs/shocks and cutting off one driver side bracket in 2hrs. amzing what a impact gun does.
 

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Ok now I am searching for the following.

I am in need of the Bushing, and the Rubber spacer that goes inside of the Shackles for the Rear Leaf Springs. This is the point where the shackle mounts to the "shackle mount (i guesse we can call it)" which connects it to the frame.

Any information on where I could get these?

Here is the bolt which you can see I have already cut the head off of. But this is the mount where I need a bushing, and the rubber spacer.
 

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WSentertainment.com said:
Ok now I am searching for the following.

I am in need of the Bushing, and the Rubber spacer that goes inside of the Shackles for the Rear Leaf Springs. This is the point where the shackle mounts to the "shackle mount (i guesse we can call it)" which connects it to the frame.

Any information on where I could get these?

Here is the bolt which you can see I have already cut the head off of. But this is the mount where I need a bushing, and the rubber spacer.
not sure if you can buy those bushings separate...but you can still get the complete shackel from ford.
 

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I bought a used kit as well. I called up Rough Country and asked them for all the hardware I would need. They sent me everything I needed for $23. I'm sure the other companies would do the same thing.
 

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not sure if you can buy those bushings separate...but you can still get the complete shackel from ford.
Yeah, new shackles from Ford isn't all that expensive and they already come with bushings installed. The time and hassle saved with new shackles is well worth the cost.
 
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