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  1. TeJay
    07-15-2018 03:14 PM

    I don't know the age of your unit. If it's a 2012 or older chassis then you do not have polyurethane SB bushings and you need them. Your other ones are probably worn but even if no the poly are so much better.

    The SB rear bracket is available fro a Ford dealer for about $25. When the bolt came lose it rattled around a lot before it broke the bracket and the nut that held it in place is probably gone. It was originally welded on.

    Check the other bracket while you are doing it. If it was driven a lot before you found it the other bracket may also be compromised. It may break later.

    There's a guy on the forums, "Skuterdude", just google his name. He sells the poly bushings and they are of good quality. New bushings, new bracket (s) and using blue lock tight torque all bolts to 66 ft/lbs.

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