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Old 03-17-2018, 10:15 AM   #15
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The front ones are a little more challenging. Be prepared for a 1 1/8 socket, breaker bar and cheater pipe. I could not get to the bottom bolt without removing the bracket it sets on. This bracket holds the front axle to the spring. No problem getting the bag off its just breaking the 4 nuts loose that hold that bracket. After breaking them loose it was simple.
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Is yours IFS front end?

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This company guarantees for life if I am not mistaken. Maybe they can fit you.


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I know it's too late now, but FYI, I plugged the Firestone part number into Ebay & found them for $125 each, including shipping.
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