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Old 10-24-2010, 05:01 PM   #1
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I'm looking for a front RH Suspension Radius Arm Bracket for my 1990 Ford F150. I know it'* a long shot, but thought I would ask.
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I am pretty sure i can get ya one out of one of the yards here. will let ya know tomorrow
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Let me know, I can't get to any yards any time soon. I found a new one on Ebay for $50 plus $8 shipping. Looks like a very straight forward swap. Cut off 1 bolt and 4 rivets and off it comes. Bolt in new one and it'* all done.
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Here'* what I need. This is the LH bracket.
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I need the RH bracket. here'* why.
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got ya. will go looking tomorrow after work. i'll probably send ya a text if that'* ok
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No problem, text me, I'll be at work. I'll paypal you.
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hey Dan does that have the snow plow package on it? apparently that makes a diff on the piece you need.

it looks like the 133.7 WB 4X4. correct?
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It does not have the snow plow attachment. It'* a standard 1990 F150 4x4. Looks like the same part up to 96.
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Found this.

87-96 F150 87-97 F250 92-97 F350 RIGHT HAND (PASSENGER SIDE). Also fits 87-96 FULL SIZE BRONCO RH.
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cool that'* all i needed. thanks!
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