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87 ranger coil spring insulators or isolators..

87RangerXLTct

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I have a 1987 ford ranger super cab 4x4. Does anyone know the part number for the coil spring isolators that go under the front coils? Auto parts stores around here have no clue what i'm talking about and say they don't show any available.. Looking for stock rubber replacements or possibly the urethane ones,mine are cracked and worn out want to replace them before getting an alignment.Thanks for the help.
 


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The description on those says they go on the top of the coil spring. On my truck and in the haynes manual there shown on the bottom of the spring?
Is there a part number to urethane isolators? Someone at the parts store told me to try mustangs unlimited, saying the mustang and ranger coils have the same inside diameter and outside diameter..Any truth to that?
 
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I got got RAYBESTOS 5771720 (from rockauto.com). If Jim has the equivalent in his store, definitely buy them from him.

I just installed a pair of them in my '88 4WD yesterday, and they're correct, regardless of the description.

I think these same sized springs were used in numerous different vehicles, including rear springs in some sedans; hence weird descriptions like "upper" and "rear". I had to look up an '89 Ranger to find them, but it's the same chassis and springs.
 

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