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#591115 - 01/18/17 12:16 PM Worn leaf spring bushings or no?
FreshMan18 Offline
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Registered: 01/16/17
Posts: 2
Loc: Bronx, NY, US
Hi everyone,

I am new to teh forum, and hoping to find some advice on my 2014 F-450. So, here's what happened. Recently I discovered some weird vibration in the rear part of the truck, and also some vertical movements (yet no side movement so far). So I thought that the case is about an unbalanced wheel. The feel is very similar to it. So, I went ahead to balance it, and now everything is ok with the wheels. Apparently, I'll have to lift it to look what's the condition of spring bushings.

So here's the point. Just wanted to check with ya guys, if someone had problems about the spring bushings, how did the truck behave? Something similar to what I have got now?

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#591118 - 01/19/17 08:59 AM Re: Worn leaf spring bushings or no? [Re: FreshMan18]
FreshMan18 Offline
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Registered: 01/16/17
Posts: 2
Loc: Bronx, NY, US
A quick update: yesterday ordered the leaf spring bushings (https://www.carid.com/leaf-spring-bushings/). As I checked for the symptoms online and seems like my guess is right. So will wait until they show up and will go from there...


Edited by FreshMan18 (01/20/17 03:40 PM)

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