i have an 1980 f150 4x4 that the inner yoke in the front on the passages
side next to the front differential it has 3 bolts that hold it in the
differential is striped out and would like to know if anyone has one that
would sell or might know where i could get a new one at or a used one. tried
the local salvage yards with no luck. please e-mail me at email@example.com
If there are not three bolts holding it in, the why do i have to remove
three bolts is the side of the front differential to remove the shaft from
the front differential and passengers side axle?????????????? please Mr..
know it all tell me that i am getting a picture of it and the well see how
looks dumb in the end
Ford does not make that part any longer
Finally i found some one who knows exactly from my original post what it is
that i am looking for and here it is:
I believe you are talking about the inner stub shaft in a Ford IFS front
suspension. It has a collar on it that holds it in with three bolts.
1980 was the first year for IFS
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Well this person is not all that correct. The IFS system has been around from
the 60's and has not changed all that much. I do not recall a retainer that
holds the stub in, it has always been a C clip. Only two diff's Dana 44 or 50.
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