Shown is a Torklift StableLoad Quick Disconnect in the engaged position. Rotating the stabilizer 90 degrees disengages it.
7) A 3/8-inch ratchet and extension are used to engage the Quick Disconnect stabilizer. 8) A clip and pin keep it in place in the engaged position.
1) Heavy-duty pickups like the F-350 have a standard leaf spring, with an upper overload spring separated by a bushing, and another overload spring on the bottom where the lower StableLoad Quick Disconnect stabilizer was installed. 2) Many trucks come with a ½-inch hole drilled in the lower overload spring. The plastic plug is removed from the hole in this Ford F-350. 3) The lower overload spring is marked 3 inches from its end. Additional measurements are taken at the mark.
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