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Thenewgirl

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Are the squared holes for the carriage bolts they give you to bolt them to the frame? Of course you know they were originally riveted. I just put both sides on my f250 and it came with those type of bolts. I didn't have to hold the one side as I was tightening the other side.
 

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Are the squared holes for the carriage bolts they give you to bolt them to the frame? Of course you know they were originally riveted. I just put both sides on my f250 and it came with those type of bolts. I didn't have to hold the one side as I was tightening the other side.
The problem isn't the bolts. We have bolts. The problem is the hanger bracket holes. The holes on top are further apart than the holes in the bottom. And i can't find a hanger that has holes that line up.
 

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