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Where to Buy #1 T-Bars

I searched and all i find is thousands of posts on t-bar cranks so iam asking here where is the best place yall buy yours from?
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Junkyard -- but actually D. copped them and sent them to me.
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Junkyard -- but actually D. copped them and sent them to me.
yea well no junkyards around here have torsion bars for a ranger
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And for the people that want to know what the class 1 bar part #'s are here they are per Bob already finding them out for everyone

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#1 bars part numbers:

F67Z#5B326#FA Pass side bar 1stfordparts price $37.72
F67Z#5B326#FB Drivers side bar 1stfordparts price $37.38
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for that price, just get them from a dealer....
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for that price, just get them from a dealer....
how much from dealer
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its cheaper threw 1stfordparts and $40 each dude thats nothing for them
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its cheaper threw 1stfordparts and $40 each dude thats nothing for them
that is a pretty good price
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yea well no junkyards around here have torsion bars for a ranger
Explorer bars are the same.
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Shoot when I got my #1 bars I went to the dealer first and they wanted $90 for each bar! I ended up ordering them for $92 shipped for both off 1stfordparts.

You sure you don't already have #1 bars DUB? being ex-cab and a 4.0 4x4 you sure might.......or are yours sagging?
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Shoot when I got my #1 bars I went to the dealer first and they wanted $90 for each bar! I ended up ordering them for $92 shipped for both off 1stfordparts.

You sure you don't already have #1 bars DUB? being ex-cab and a 4.0 4x4 you sure might.......or are yours sagging?
think mine are sagging..being that my truck was 1. wrecked before and 2. lowered then raised..i think they ahave sagged because most people with factory blocks in the rear can raise the front with the bars to level it out but i cant get the driverside the same as the passenger side..i think the driverside has sagged a bit
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Shoot when I got my #1 bars I went to the dealer first and they wanted $90 for each bar!
There is a lot of variation in parts prices from dealer to dealer. Basically, each dealer is an independent entity and they can charge whatever they want. Suggested retail on the bars is about $55 each. Shop around to find a local dealer who isn't gouging.
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How do I tell what bars I currently have???
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The sticker on the door pillar has the legend SPR in a field and a 2 or 4 character code under it like 1F or it could look like 11FF. The first character shows the rate code for the t-bar, the second for the leaf spring.

So if you had B rate t-bars, and F rate leafs, it would be BF or BBFF.
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wow i didnt know they were different, learn soemthign everyday...

so what are the "desirable" tbars and leafs?

ok my fx4 says 11cc, is there a way to read this code?

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I just checked my door jamb and my SPR was a FC

So getting the B's from an Explorer would improve my truck as is.
I have a right front side that sits lower than the rest of the truck...

Now the question is which explorer tbar will fit?

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yea well no junkyards around here have torsion bars for a ranger
Do you need or ' want ' a set of #1 bars? I'm hitting a local yard to look at some things this week. They have some *very* low mile vehicals.
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so what are the "desirable" tbars and leafs?
Its different for everyone. My truck came stock as an extra cab ( 4door ), Stick, 4.0, L/S and it had ' F ' rated torsions. They didn't last long. 1's were too stiff, 2's were still kind of stiff.. B's worked the best for me.
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ok my fx4 says 11cc, is there a way to read this code?

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1-code torsion bars and C-code rear springs. You have the strongest bars and leaf pack available from the factory.
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damn and i thought they felt soft...

well at least the front the back could be alittle softer, perfect with my quad in the back.. rides like a caddy


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