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Spring Hanger, Rear, Adjustable 53-56 (Front Of Rear Spring)
 
Fits: 1948-56 Ford F-100 trucks
Unless otherwise noted our parts fit only these applications: Electrical items - 12 volt, negative ground, Bed parts: 6 ½’ foot flareside (A.K.A. stepside), Body style: F-100, F1
 
Part #: 2810-A
Price: $ 99.95 PR
Qty:
Each truck takes: 1

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Catalog History

Front hanger for the rear spring.
lowering kit, These allow you to put your leaf spring where you want it!
Can raise your truck 1" or lower it 3 1/4" and anywhere in-between depending on how you install it. Offers adjustment and lowering for F100 only, not F1 (use as replacement at original location only on F1) Comes with new poly bushings and hardware which will improve ride and handling.
Your old bushings will need to be removed, see our bushing removal tool in the recommended parts section 2801-R 


Sy's notes,  the new spring hangers, both adjustable and new rear rear one have a bolt and poly bushings instead of a pin and metal bushings. Ride. First the poly bushing is slicker so the spring eye turns more freely on the bolt, letting the spring eye turn on the bushing and the bushing turn on the bolt. The original setup had a metal bushing, pin and grease fitting, the design was intended to be greased on a regular basis, which of course probably did not happen.
Second the poly does not have the tendency to "squeak" like metal on metal, and some metal bushings were brass, to help with this, but they wear faster than poly.
Third, and I think just as important, is that the poly bushings also cover the spring eye on the sides, originally the spring eye just worked itself against the hanger edges, no hope for grease and a big wear area. Now the spring eye can also slip inside the "casing" of poly, no squeaks, no grinding of metal on metal. This also helps the "wear" problem, just a tiny bit side to side on the hangers and eye of the spring means a "squirmy" feeling rear axle, causes all kinds of wear in other places and an aggravating "feel" to the drive.

Questions about lowering your truck? Check out our handy lowering calculator by clicking on the "Helpful Tools" link at the top of the page

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