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F150 coil seats question?? With stabilizer bar on my 92 explorer 2wd

YoungMoney_Twitch

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I just got these for 45 bucks here in cali But I’m not sure it looks like the stabilizer bar is connected to the coil seat would that be a problem? My 2wd stabilizer bar is on the i-beam.
 

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What year and model did the seller tell you those were from?
 












Is your plan to get a little bit of lift from installing these?
 












I would get the exact part numbers off those, I can kind of see them on there, then read this thread carefully and find the numbers on the chart.
Huh. Disregard the title, it’s a link on coil spacers
 






Would it be a straight replacement of the bracket that holds the stabilizer bar?
 






I would get the exact part numbers off those, I can kind of see them on there, then read this thread carefully and find the numbers on the chart.
Huh. Disregard the title, it’s a link on coil spacers
I’ve read this I have a f2ta-5a307-ba it reads 4x2 on it and the other side it’s a f2ta-5a316-ba
 






Well then, put them on and see what happens.
Leave your sway bar where it is, you do not need to use the brackets on those parts.
Assuming your sway bar doesn’t attach to you current coil seats. I’m not familiar with 2wd.
 






Well then, put them on and see what happens.
Leave your sway bar where it is, you do not need to use the brackets on those parts.
Assuming your sway bar doesn’t attach to you current coil seats. I’m not familiar with 2wd.
Will do!! hope I don’t have to use the little ears but it looks like it could hit that sway bar
 






Would it be a straight replacement of the bracket that holds the stabilizer bar?
I don’t think you remove the sway bar bracket. The coil seat sits on top of that bracket, on the top side of the axle beam.
Two separate parts. They are both held by the same bolt, but you’re just swapping out the seat. Once you start tearing things apart, it should be clearer to you how it all is.
 






I don’t think you remove the sway bar bracket. The coil seat sits on top of that bracket, on the top side of the axle beam.
Two separate parts. They are both held by the same bolt, but you’re just swapping out the seat. Once you start tearing things apart, it should be clearer to you how it all is.
That’s the stabilizer bar I might need to cut the ears off
 

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cut the ears off
 






I did the job this morning. I had my uncle cut the ears off for me fit perfectly just maybe now get longer brake lines. Here’s some pics. I want to fit some 31 or 32 in the near future.
 

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dude those brake lines have seen better days, need to replace them ASAP
You can get longer ones or you can simply re locate them so they reach better
Glad you got the spring seats installed!!
 






Yea i agree with that. Ima be doing that soon soon. It’s not a 4x4 but I be taking it thru ruff terrain what do you guys thing about the f250 brake lines I don’t think I need more than 2’ brake lines. They don’t look short or like they r stretching, I take it to small terrain areas here in riverside mountains in CA
 






I’m not sure if they do stretch while driving. I’m still really trying to get them a little longer tho
 






I did the job this morning. I had my uncle cut the ears off for me fit perfectly just maybe now get longer brake lines. Here’s some pics. I want to fit some 31 or 32 in the near future.
Did you have to use a longer/extend the center bolt? Looks new in the pictures.
 






@YoungMoney_Twitch Which brakes hoses did you end up using. Off of what vehicle, that is?
 



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I might have the brake lines made 2 inch longer I want to get the skyjacker coil springs and shocks with the coil spacer hope to see maybe 3.5 to 4 lift. Don’t want to go higher than 4 right now
 






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