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Push Plate install issues-anyone else?

Discussion in 'Ford Trucks' started by bikeluver43, Jan 12, 2005.

  1. bikeluver43

    bikeluver43 Member
    from Mass
    Messages: 84

    I just installed brand new push plates I purchased yesturday onto my 94 F150 tonight and the drivers side didn't go on as it was supposed to. The directions said there would be a square hole by the shock tower to put a bolt through so I could attach the push plate at the rear-there was no hole anywhere, and most of the frame on the inside of the truck was taken up by the power steering box. Also, when I got the plates installed, the drivers side sits about a 1/4 inch lower than the passenger side, but all of the bumper bolts & sway bar mounting plate bolts line up perfectly on both plates so I can't adjust the height. Is this a normal issue? Also, whats the difference in Minute Mount 1 push plates and Minute Mount 2 push plates?