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We offer a complete selection of both rubber spring and air ride suspension enhancement systems from Firestone, Air Lift, Super Springs, and Timbren. These kits are custom fit to your vehicle for an easy installation. They can offer either a progressive suspension enhancement or an adjustable level of suspension depending on your system and the types of loads you carry.

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1992 Ford Questions and Answers


  • Whats the Difference Between Towing Capacity and Weight Distribution Towing Capacity?
  • I can help explain the difference between the listing for towing weight and weight distribution towing capacity for you. Let's use the Draw-Tite Class V Trailer Hitch # DT45502, which is a confirmed fit for you 1992 Ford, that you were looking at. This hitch has a towing capacity of 1,200lbs tongue weight and 12,000lbs towing weight. This would be the limits of the hitch when used with only the hitch, ball mount, and ball setup. See first attached picture. You will always be limited...
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  • Fit of Derale Transmission Pan Cooler for Ford # D14208 on 1992 Ford E350 With 7.5L Engine
  • The Derale Transmission Pan Cooler for Ford # D14208 that you referenced is a fit for your 1992 Ford E350 van with 7.5L (460-cubic inch) V8 engine as long as it uses one of the following transmissions: E4OD, 4R100, 5R100, or 5R100W. A pan-type cooler such as this Derale offers the convenience of bolt-on installation without the need to run oil lines between the transmission and a separate cooler. If your motor home has a different transmission that prevents use of the Derale pan cooler,...
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  • Does Roadmaster Bushing Kit # RM-4139-125 for Ford F53 Include Steel U-Brackets
  • The Roadmaster Polyurethane Bushing Kit for 1-1/2-Inch Diameter Factory Rear Anti-Sway Bar, part # RM-4139-125, includes two polyurethane bushings, steel U-shaped brackets plus a bag of installation hardware. If you refer to the linked photo that shows a complete sway bar kit you will see two arrows indicating a pair of bushings with the steel U-brackets. Two of these are included in the replacement kit along with the bushings and hardware.
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  • Do Mounting Bolts in a Channel Coupler Need to be Tight
  • When mounting a cast head coupler like Bulldog # BDA256C0317 to its mounting channel you will want to torque the mounting bolts to the specification indicated by the manufacturer in the instructions. The torque spec will vary from coupler to coupler. You do not want the head to be loose in the mounting channel; the design of such couplers relies on a firm grip of the coupler head inside the channel to allow it to deliver its rated performance. I have included a link to our range of cast...
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  • Difference Between the Superwinch LP10000 and the Tiger Shark Series Winches
  • While we don't carry the Superwinch LP10000 winch we do know that it is an intermediate level winch with a lot of great features whereas the Tiger Shark Series like the part # SW1595200 that you referenced is more of an entry level winch. Just comparing the specs between the two winches I was surprised to see that the Tiger Shark does have a higher horsepower motor as well as the higher gear ratio meaning that it would reel the wire in a little bit faster. It does have a slightly lower...
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  • What Size Enclosed Cargo Trailer is Best for Use with 1992 Ford Ranger Extended Cab with 4.0L Engine
  • According to my research the 1992 Ford Ranger 4 X 4 with 4.0L engine has a towing capacity of 5800-lbs. You can confirm this in your owners manual or by providing your VIN (vehicle identification number) to your local dealership. The next item you need to check on is your trailer hitch receiver. We do offer a number of hitches for the 1992 Ranger (except the GT version) in both 1-1/4-inch and 2-inch sizes and the highest-rated among them have a maximum towing capacity of 4000-lbs. As...
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  • How To Replace A 7-Way Round Pin Connector With A 7-Way Blade Connector On A 1992 Ford F150
  • To change your 7-way round pin connector on your vehicle to a 7-way blade connector the wire connections are different. The best way to connect the wires on your vehicle to the 7-way blade connector is to use a circuit tester like the Quickee Circuit Tester, # 3808, and to test the wires for function. It is confusing to try to wire by color because the wire colors can vary. I can tell you what function goes to what location on the 7-way blade connector on the vehicle. The back of...
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  • How to Install a Brake Controller in a 1992 Ford F150 and a 2002 Ford F-350
  • Actually the Curt wiring harness that you are referring to, part # C51515 is just a harness that gives the connector 4 blunt cut wires for to use for splicing into a vehicle. The Tekonsha controllers actually include those connectors with their controllers. You should have one in the box that came with your P3 # 90195. To install the controller in your 1992 Ford F-150 you will need to hardwire the controller in. If you do not have a factory trailer wiring you will need to start with...
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  • Installation Of Hopkins Agility Brake Controller # HM47294 On My 1992 Ford Bronco
  • When installing the Hopkins Agility Brake Controller, part # HM47294, on your 1992 Ford Bronco, you will not need the Ford adapter, part # HM47715, as it is not compatible with your 1992 Ford Bronco. To install the Hopkins Brake Controller # HM47294 on your 1992 Ford Bronco, you will need to install a 4-Way Connector, the T-Connector Vehicle Wiring Harness, part # C55350, if you do not already have a 4-Way on your vehicle. You will need to use Brake Controller 7 & 4 Way Installation...
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  • Adding Brake Control to 1992 Ford F-800 with Air Brakes
  • You have a few options to use electric brakes on a trailer with air brakes on a vehicle. You could use Warner brake control # 1300-80. These controllers tap into the vehicle air brake line and send an electrical signal back to the trailer brakes when you step on the vehicle brake pedal. The other option is to just use a regular brake controller such as # 90885. Electric brake controllers do not tap into the vehicle braking system at all. They only need an input signal that tells it you...
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  • Converting a 7-Way Round Pin Trailer Connector with a 7-Way Blade Connector on a 1992 Ford F-250
  • In order to install a 7-Way blade style trailer connector on your 1992 Ford F-250, you will first need to test the wires by function on your existing 7-Way Round connector using a circuit tester like the Quickee # 3808. The wire colors not matching is a common problem which is why it is necessary to test the wires themselves for function in order to pin the Pollak Black Plastic, 7-Pole, RV-Style Trailer Socket - Vehicle End, # PK12-707E, correctly. Using the circuit tester, find the...
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  • How to Install a Brake Controller in a 1992 Ford F150 and a 2002 Ford F-350
  • For the 1992 Ford F-150 you will need a wiring kit to install the brake controller. What you would want is the Wiring Kit for 2 and 4 Brake Electric Brake Controllers # 5506. This will provide the power source and ground for the wiring for the brake controller. You will need to test the wires from the brake pedal switch of your vehicle to find a circuit that has voltage when the brakes are applied and none when not applied. This will be the circuit you will run the red wire to. Finally...
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  • Universal Towing Mirror Recommendation for a 1992 Ford F-150
  • The K-Source Universal Clip-On Towing Mirror, # KS3891, was designed to work with mirrors that have a gap between the mirror and the mirror housing. I do have a towing mirror solution for you, however, I would not recommend using this mirror on your truck. The lip between the mirror and housing is small and would most likely not be a secure fit for this mirror. Instead, I would recommend taking a look at the CIPA Deluxe Door Mount Mirror, # 11650. One of my co-workers tested this mirror...
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  • Installation Of Supplemental Transmission Cooler For 1992 Ford F-150
  • Installing a supplemental transmission cooler will help maintain the temperature of your transmission fluid and helps ensure your transmission functions at its best. It would be used in addition to the radiator you have on your F-150. Per my contact at Derale you will need to splice into the metal lines that you currently have when you install a supplemental transmission cooler. When choosing a transmission cooler, the most important thing you want to know is where it will fit so that...
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  • Fifth Wheel Hitch Install Dimensions for 1992 Ford F150
  • For the 1992 Ford F150, I would recommend using the Reese Universal Fifth Wheel Install Kit, part # RP30035, that you have referenced. According to the installation instructions that I will link you to, the distance from the back of the rear bed rail to the back edge of the bed (not the tailgate) is 32-1/2 inches for both the short and long bed F150 models. Once the rear rail is placed, the legs of your fifth wheel hitch are used to provide the correct spacing for the front rail. The...
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  • How to Wire Trailer Winch Battery Without Risking Depletion of Tow Vehicle Battery
  • The 12V power feed from a tow vehicle's 7-way connection passes enough current maintain a battery but not enough to charge a depleted one. Shore power and a 120V charger such as what you have is the right way to charge a discharged battery. You can isolate your tow vehicle battery (and alternator) from power draw from the trailer battery by installing an isolation solenoid, part # TR118665. This item uses any ignition-controlled circuit in the vehicle, such as the radio or power antenna,...
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  • Parts Needed to Convert a Weight Distribution System for use of the Reese Dual Cam Sway System
  • Converting your trailer over to use the Reese Dual Cam High-Performance Sway Control System, item # RP26002, will require that you get a Reese Round Bar Weight Distribution Head, item # RP58112, along with 2 of the Replacement Round Spring Bars, item # RP58115. The Valley Weight Distribution Head will not accept the Reese Replacement Round Spring Bars, item # RP58115. By the time you purchase these four items it would be more economical to purchase the Strait-Line Weight Distribution...
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  • Where Do the DeeZee Nerf Bars Install on a 1996 Ford F150
  • According to the installation instructions for the DeeZee nerf bars # DZ370311 the bars bolt to body mounts that appear to be attached to the frame, but they do not attach directly to the frame. I have included a link to the installation instructions for you to view.
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  • Can the 2005 Jeep Liberty Rear Gate and Back Glass be Opened with the SpareRide Bike Rack Attached
  • Yes, you will be able to open the back glass, swings up, and then the tailgate, swings to the side, with the SpareRide 2 Bike Rack, item # Y02599, installed on the back of your 2005 Jeep Liberty. Opening the rear gate is not recommend with bikes installed on the rack, see instructions link. Opening the door with the weight of the bikes hanging on the rack would eventually damage the hinges on the gate causing it to sag and not close properly. You should also be aware that the bike rack...
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  • Recommended Trailer Hitch for 1992 Ford F-150
  • Depending on the type bumper you have on your 1992 Ford F-150, we have a hitch that will work for you. If you have a deep drop bumper on your truck, I recommend the Curt Class lll Hitch, part # C13099. This hitch has a 2 inch receiver opening. If your F-150 has a standard bumper installed, I recommend the Curt Hitch, part # C15300. This is also a Class lll hitch, and has a 2 inch receiver opening. The hitch you referenced, part # 87115, is not designed to fit your truck. The...
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  • Fit of Curt Class V Receiver Part # C15300 on 1992 Ford F250 with 10 Inch Drop Aftermarket Bumper
  • According to my contacts at Curt Manufacturing, the Class V Receiver you referenced, part # C15300 will work with a stock bumper only. Your 10 inch bumper comes down too far for the receiver opening to clear the bumper. I am told that the Class III Receiver, part # C13099 will most likely work with your bumper. The top of the receiver opening is 7-1/4 inches below the top of the mounting flanges. To confirm that it will work on your truck, measure down 7-1/4 inches from the bottom of...
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  • Is Mounting Hardware and Brackets Available for Fulton Trailer Fenders
  • To replace the fenders on your trailer with the Fulton black trailer fenders, # F008585-2, you will need to either reuse the old hardware or you will have to fabricate some hardware. If the old hardware cannot be used, a visit to a hardware store will provide you with the parts to fabricate something that will work.
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  • How To Connect 7-Way Connector On Jeep To A 5-Way Round Connector On A Trailer
  • While we do not carry a 7-way to a 5-way round trailer connector adapter, you do have an option. I would recommend to remove the 5-pin round connector on your trailer and replace with the Hopkins 7-Way Molded Trailer Wire Connector, 3 Foot Long, part # H20042. This will give you a 7-way on your trailer and you will be able to just plug-in the 7-way trailer connector to the 7-way connector on your Jeep. It comes with a 3 foot long lead that can be wired to your trailers wiring harness. Using...
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  • Highest Capacity Hitch Availability for a 1992 Ford F-350
  • The highest rated hitch we offer for your 1992 Ford F-350 that has been confirmed to fit your frame width would be the Curt Hitch # C15300. This bad boy has capacities of 2,400 lbs tongue weight and 16,000 lbs total trailer weight. However this is a 2 inch hitch. This hitch is specifically designed to fit the larger 37-1/4 inch frames like you have. There will be some drilling required for installation. Check out the install video I attached. Another heavy duty hitch you may want...
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  • Availability of Ball Mount with Built-in Hitch Ball
  • We do have ball mounts with the ball installed like the Curt Class III Ball Mount with 2" Ball - 2" Drop - 7,500 lbs # C45036. If you do a search of "ball mount with ball" all of the available products will come up and you can choose one based on drop/rise and ball size. We also have the Euro-style drawbar. A Euro-style drawbar is a one piece unit, with the trailer ball permanently welded to the drawbar, versus a standard drawbar that uses a trailer ball that can be removed. I have...
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  • Trailer Connector for 1992 Ford Explorer With Tow Package
  • You're correct, the connector you found under the truck sure looks like it would fit, but I can't confirm the fit of the # 118241. I spoke with my contact in the Tech Services department at Tow Ready, he believes that before 1995, that connector you found was pinned out differently. If that's the case, the # 118241 won't work for your vehicle. I'd recommend you use the # C55324, which is a confirmed fit.
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  • Bulb Socket of Optronics ST6RB
  • Photo, how about a video? The bulbs are pretty simple to change. Simply remove the 4 screws holding the lens in place, and pull the lens and gasket off of the lamp housing. Push in on the bulb while twisting it clockwise, and the bulb will come right out. I had these same exact lamps on my PWC trailer and they worked great, but recently I swapped them out for the LED version, part # STL8RB and STL9RB which I like a lot better. The LED version of the lamp burns more brightly, while...
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  • Gooseneck Hitch Recommendations for a 1992 Ford F250
  • The Curt Gooseneck Plate part # C65500 that you referenced is a universal fit item that could be installed in your 1992 Ford F250. The recommended way to install it would be to also use the Universal Rail Kit part # C61502. I spoke to Curt about whether or not this system can be used without the rail kit and they said it can be installed without the rail kit, but you will need to use a minimum of six 1/2 inch Grade 5 mounting bolts. Another option you have that would be easier to install...
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  • Trailer Wiring Recommendation for a Trailer Less than 80 inches Towed by a 1992 Ford Explorer
  • The Optronics Trailer Light kit # TL5RK that you referenced would be an excellent choice for you and would work very well on your trailer towed by your 1992 Ford Explorer with the only exception is that the wiring is 18 gauge instead of 16 gauge like you said you preferred. I can assure you though that this wiring kit will work well for you and the amperage draw would not be too much for the wiring.
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  • Fifth Wheel Rail Kit Recommendation for a 1992 Ford F-350
  • Your best option is going to be to go with the Reese Universal fifth wheel rail kit part # RP30035 that you referenced. It looks like your older rails are the industry standard dimension rails that most fifth wheel rails will fit in, but we can't recommend a bracket kit for an unknown set of base rails. Especially one as old as yours. We cannot recommend them because there have been several fit issues between base rails and frame brackets between manufacturers.
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