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Old 02-07-2013, 08:06 AM   #1
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Default E40D trans line bracket

Can anyone post a picture of where the transmission line tie down bracket goes? I replaced the lines on my f150 4x4 last night
(previous lines did not have the bracket installed) and I would like to secure them. I have two of the brackets but I'm guessing only one is used?

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Jeff S.
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I may have answered my own question digging through some photos of the engine removal. It appears the bracket sits right above the main crossmember.

Anyone recall if this is bolted directly to the crossmember or the engine?

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