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I need suspension diagram 1988 F250 custom

My mount on rear drivers side had rusted away can I replace?

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  • Jack Engel Oct 26, 2012

    I'm sorry what I need to know is the shock mount on my 88 F250 is a bolt on item or does it need to welded? I am refering to the upper rear shock mount, it has rusted away.

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