NEED 67 rear leaf springs or???

Discussion in 'Ranchero Parts Wanted' started by Ian Goolsby, Jul 30, 2018.

  1. Ian Goolsby

    Ian Goolsby In Second Gear

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    I just got a 67 ranchero 500 with 289. The rear leafs at totally shot, they at flat and the PO put extensions on the rears and they are still flat and I have negative rake. Ideally i would love to purchase a used pait in good condition. if not can you guys point me in the right direction for an affordable new pair. I have found these following links:

    http://www.truckcomponentsonline.com/FORDMERCURYLINCOLN_c_579.html
    https://www.stengelbros.net/42-367-Ford-Ranchero-Leaf-Spring-Assembly-_p_2959.html ranchero-1.jpg
     
  2. ribald1

    ribald1 Banned PLATINUM MEMBER

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    They are going to be relatively flat.
    Don't the extensions lower the car?
     
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  4. Ian Goolsby

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    Extensions raise the rear. they are extended shackle brackets. they have a 3-hole option to set the hieght where you want. That are set all the way extended and the rear is still lower that the front.
     
  5. cbolt

    cbolt In Overdrive SILVER MEMBER

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    Cool car! Only one of the links has the 42-367 which is the correct spring for the 67, or at least from what I could find after investigating all 3 links. At $210 they seem reasonably priced.
     
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    Rear spring for these cars are readily available... Dearborne Classics, CJPONY, NPD, Mcveighs (mentioned above), carid, SDTruckSprings… just to name a few!

    NICE CAR...!!!
     
  7. DeepBarney

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    Or find your local spring and axle place and see if they'll re-arch yours.

    Nice car.
     

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