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I have a picture of a part on my 2000 Ford Expdition that rotted and snapped causing my truck to feel like it is slidding. I have pictures of the part but would need an e-mail to send them. It is in the rear by the tire driver side. The part is about 18" - 24" if you can help that would be great.

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You can shop around at salvage yard or a place that sell aftermarket parts and these places have always been great on helping me.

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