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Installation Instructions For 2001-Newer Ford Excursion, and 1999-Newer F250, F350, F450, F550 & F750 Super Duty FP-102 Base
The FP-102 (01-Newer Excursion and 99-Newer F250 - F750) is a no-holes base. Installing a no-holes base does not require drilling any holes into the vehicle. The base mounts under the seat bracket and is compressed to the floor using the seat bolts. Note: For extra stability, the use of a Brace 2 or Brace 3 support brace is recommended. Mounting the FP-102 Base to a passenger side bucket seat: (See Figure 1) 1. Remove the front seat bolts from the passenger seat. While lifting the front of the seat, slide the legs of the FP-102 under the passenger seat mounting brackets. When the legs of the FP-102 are centered under the seat mounting brackets, let the seat settle back into place. The legs of the seat brackets each have a large depression where the seat bolt passes through. These depressions will align with the holes in the legs of the FP-102. 2. If you have difficulty aligning the front seat bolts with the FP-102 in place, try loosening the rear seat bolts. This will give you enough play to align the holes. 3. Fasten the front passenger seat and the FP-102 with the seat bolts that were removed in step 1. 4. Tighten the rear seat bolts if they had to be loosened. Figure 1
Passenger seat legs brackets FP-102 legs
SPECIALISTS IN EMERGENCY VEHICLE PRODUCTS SINCE 1978 DESIGN, MANUFACTURING, DISTRIBUTION AND INSTALLATION
Mounting the FP-102 Base to a bench seat: (See Figure 2) 1. Remove the front seat bolt from the passenger side of the seat. While lifting the front of the seat, slide the outer leg of the FP-102 under the passenger seat mounting bracket. When the leg of the FP-102 is centered under the seat mounting bracket, let the seat settle back into place. The leg of the seat bracket has a large depression where the seat bolt passes through. This depression will align with the hole in the leg of the FP-102. 2. Most Ford vehicle floor pans (when used with a bench seat) have a hole in the floor with a welded nut on the underside of the vehicle. This hole is usually covered with a plastic plug. If there is no existing factory hole in the floor pan, you must drill one. 3. Cut a small hole in the floor covering and remove the plastic plug. 4. Place the bench seat spacer (supplied in the hardware bag) in the hole of the inner leg of the FP-102. Align the hole in the spacer with the hole in the floor. 5. Tighten down the inner leg of the FP-102 with the M12 x 38MM long bolt and bench seat washer that were supplied in the hardware bag. If it was necessary to drill a hole in the floor of the vehicle, a fender washer and lock nut will be required on the underside of the vehicle to tighten down the base. 6. Tighten down the passenger side of the seat and the outer leg of the FP-102 with the seat bolt that was removed in step 1. Figure 2
M12 x 38MM bolt
Bench seat washer Passenger seat legs bracket Bench seat spacer
FP-102 inner leg
FP-102 outer leg
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR 2001-2005 FORD 4WD EXCURSION 4 SUSPENSION SYSTEM
Requires the following parts (sold separately) for a complete installation: Front Leaf Springs P/N 60SD2 Hardware Kit P/N 6000HE Box Kit P/N 6005B WARNING!!! READ AND UNDERSTAND ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE PROCEEDING. MAKE SURE THAT YOU HAVE ALL TOOLS AND PARTS BEFORE BEGINNING THE INSTALLATION.
SPECIAL ITEMS REQUIRED: STEERING (PITMAN) ARM PULLER TIE ROD SEPARATING TOOL TORQUE WRENCH FORD SERVICE MANUAL REVTEK INDUSTRIES RECOMMENDS THAT RED LOCTITE BE USED ON ALL FASTENERS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. IT IS ALSO RECOMMENDED TO HAVE THE FRONT END ALIGNMENT CHECKED AFTER INSTALLATION. GENERAL NOTES: 1. THIS SYSTEM SHOULD ONLY BE INSTALLED BY A PROFESSIONAL MECHANIC. 2. Compare all contents of the boxes to the parts list before starting to insure all components are included. 3. Prior to installing the suspension system, inspect the vehicles suspension components, alignment, and frame for damage, corrosion, or cracks. Correct any worn or damaged parts before beginning install. 4. Always wear safety glasses during installation 5. On most vehicles, removal of the front bumper may be necessary in order to remove front spring eye bolts. 6. Install all nuts and bolts with a flat washer on both sides. 7. Unless otherwise noted, tighten all bolts to the torque specifications listed in the Torque Specification table included in these instructions. Use a torque wrench. 8. Estimated time to install this system is 6 hours. 9. Suspension components that use rubber or urethane bushings should be tightened with the vehicle at normal ride height. This will prevent premature failure of the bushing and maintain ride comfort 10. Check off the step number at the beginning of each step when you finish it. Then when you stop during the installation, it will be easier to find where you need to continue from.
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REVTEK INDUSTRIES INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR 2001-2005 FORD 4WD EXCURSION
KIT CONTENTS INCLUDE: Instructions including parts list Product Safety Label (orange) Decal Warranty Information
PARTS LIST INCLUDED IN KIT
Q T Y.
BOX KIT -- 6005B -- WITH SEMI ROUND FRONT U-BOLTS
PITMAN ARM (FD500) - 13 GRADE C ALL METAL LOCKNUT (ZINC) FLAT WASHER (ZINC) - 13 X 3 GRADE 8 HEX BOLT (ZINC) 4 REAR SHOCKS W/BAR PIN 9/16 FLAT WASHER 9/16 HIGH NUT 9/16 X 3 1/8 X 9 SEMI ROUND U-BOLT TRACK ARM BRACKET LG HOLE - 13 X 2 GRADE 8 BOLTS (ZINC) - 13 NYLOCK NUTS (ZINC) SWAY BAR SUPPORT BRACKETS
PART # P500 R12CMLZ R12FWZ R314128Z R3319 R916FWB R916HNB R9389SRTB TSD2 R2128Z R128NZ RSWB1
PART # 4 EXCURSION FRONT SPRING HARDWARE KIT 6000HE
REAR 5 CAST BLOCKS REAR 5/8 X 3 5/8 X 14 1/2 U-BOLTS 5/8 HIGH NUT 5/8 FLAT WASHER FRONT SHOCKS WITH BLACK BOOTS CB5SD R538145B R58HNB R58FWB R2615
STANDARD BOLT TORQUE & IDENTIFICATION
Bolt Size Grade 5 5/ft. lbs. 3/ft. lbs. 7/ft. lbs. 65 ft. lbs. 9/ft. lbs. 5/ft. lbs. 185 ft. lbs. 1/2-13x1.75 HHCS D T L X Grade ft. lbs. 35 ft. lbs. 60 ft. lbs. 90 ft. lbs. 130 ft. lbs. 175 ft. lbs. 280 ft. lbs.
Bolt Size Class 9.8 Mft. lbs. Mft. lbs. Mft. lbs. Mft. lbs. Mft. lbs. Mft. lbs. Mft. lbs. M12-1.25x50 HHCS D T L X
P= Property Class (bolt strength) D= Nominal Diameter (millimeters) T= Thread Pitch (thread width, mm)
Class 10.ft. lbs. 23 ft. lbs. 45 ft. lbs. 75 ft. lbs. 120 ft. lbs. 165 ft. lbs. 240 ft. lbs.
Class 12.ft. lbs. 27 ft. lbs. 50 ft. lbs. 90 ft. lbs. 145 ft. lbs. 210 ft. lbs. 290 ft. lbs.
G= Grade Marking (bolt strength) L= Length (inches) D= Nominal Diameter (inches) X= Description (hex head cap screw) T= Thread Pitch (threads per inch)
L= Length (millimeters) X= Description (hex head cap screw)
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FRONT OF VEHICLE DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY
1. Park vehicle on level, hard (concrete) surface. 2. Block the rear wheels of the vehicle to prevent vehicle from moving in either direction and set parking brake. 3. Remove front bumper by removing (2) outer 13mm brace bolts and the (4) 18mm bolts from front of bumper. If the vehicle contains a crash bar below the bumper, it must be removed. To accomplish this, remove the (6) 21mm nuts. While supporting the bumper, disconnect the (2) lighting harness plugs and wiring harness from bumper (if applicable), and the (3) plastic push clips in the rubber shield. Carefully remove bumper, making sure not to scratch the paint on the front fenders. 4. To make access to spring eye bolts, remove (2) 8mm bolts at the lower corner supports of air conditioning cooler and remove supports. See Illustration 1. 5. Remove the track bar bolt (30 mm) (save for later use) on the driver side of the frame mount (see illustration 2), and the tie rod end from the pitman arm. 6. Raise the front of vehicle and support with jack stands on the frame behind the front springs. 7. Remove the front wheels. 8. Support the front axle with a floor jack. 9. Remove sway bar end links on both sides. Save the 15mm bolts, to use for reassembly. 10. Remove front shocks (saving bolts for reinstallation). 11. Carefully bend brake line bracket at frame to horizontal position (see illustration 3). 12. While supporting front differential with a floor jack, remove driver side U-bolts. 13. Remove front driver side leaf spring front nuts (27mm) and rear nuts (21mm), leaving spring eye bolts in place. 14. Lower axle to clear spring. Remove spring bolts and spring.
Illustration 3 Illustration 2
TECH TIP: Factory spring bolts are secured with loctite, which makes removal difficult. By warming the nut with
a propane torch to approx. 300 degrees Fahrenheit, the loctite will release and the hardware can be removed with hand tools. (WARNING: Have Fire Extinguisher handy whenever using a open flame on or near any vehicle.) 15. Install new Revtek spring using existing hardware. DO NOT TIGHTEN. 16. Raise axle to spring and secure with new 9/16 U-bolts and nuts supplied, making sure center pin is seated properly. 17. Repeat steps on passenger side
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FRONT OF VEHICLE DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY (Continued) 18. Remove OEM cast track bar bracket on driver side. Save the (2) 15mm bolts for later reuse.
TECH TIP: The two 15mm bolts are secured with loctite, which makes removal difficult. By warming the nut with
a propane torch to approx. 300 degrees Fahrenheit, the loctite will release and the hardware can be removed with hand tools. (WARNING: Have Fire Extinguisher handy whenever using a open flame on or near any vehicle.) 19. Use a pitman arm puller to remove the pitman arm. 20. Install new pitman arm using red loctite. Torque to 185 ft./lbs. 21. Install Revtek track bar bracket. Use existing bolts and pal nuts on frame and use new bolt in crossmember. Install bolt from front of vehicle and use flat washers under head of bolt and nut. Torque bolts to 90 ft./lbs. 22. Remove upper sway bar mounts from inside of frame on both sides. Relocate under frame using OEM hardware (see illustration 4). Install provided sway bar support brackets, using x 2 bolts, nuts and washers. Torque to specs. 23. Install new Revtek shocks, P/N R2615, and torque mounting hardware to specs. 24. Install drag link to pitman arm utilizing new cotter pin and torque to specs. 25. Install tires. Set vehicle on ground and torque wheels to factory specs. 26. Install sway bar end links using OEM hardware. 27. Tighten spring eye mounting bolts. Torque to spec. 28. Install track bar into new mount using OEM 30mm bolt. Torque to 135 ft./lbs.
TECH TIP: Turning steering slightly will help align bolt.
29. If bumper was removed, reinstall air conditioning cooler supports and then reinstall bumper by reversing steps 3 and 4, then torque to spec.
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REAR OF VEHICLE DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 1. Block front wheels to prevent vehicle from moving in either direction. 2. Lift the vehicle from the center of the rear differential housing, leaving the jack in place to support the differential. 3. Support the frame with jack stands forward of the rear springs. 4. Remove rear wheels and shocks. 5. Remove the U-bolts on driver side only. 6. Carefully lower the floor jack, creating just enough room to remove the factory block and replace with the Revtek lift block between the spring pad and spring pack with the locating pin facing down. Make sure that the small end of taper on the block faces toward the front of the vehicle. 7. Raise the floor jack slightly, making sure center pin from spring is located in hole. 8. Put in the new U-bolts, washers and nuts supplied in the kit; torque to spec. 9. Repeat step on passenger side 10. Install Revtek shocks P/N R3319 and torque hardware to specs. 11. Cut off excess u-bolt to prevent body damage, if applicable. 12. Install tires and lower vehicle to ground. Torque wheels to factory specs. 13. CHECKS AND ADJUSTMENTS: Check all hardware for tightness after 100 miles and after off road use. Headlights should be adjusted. Vehicle must be aligned.
PRODUCT SAFETY LABEL MUST BE INSTALLED INSIDE CAB IN PLAIN VIEW OF ALL OCCUPANTS
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Limited Lifetime Warranty
Revtek Industries products are warranted to be free from material and workmanship defects for as long as the original retail purchaser owns the vehicle upon which such products were originally installed (proof of purchase required). The consumer will be responsible for removing from the vehicle and returning any defective item, freight prepaid, and for reinstallation. This warranty is non-transferable. Revtek Industries' limit of liability under this warranty is to repair or replace the product at Revtek Industries' option. Consequential costs such as, but not limited to labor fees, loss of use, loss of time or freight charges are not covered. Any product that has been abused, altered, incorrectly installed, or used in competition is not covered. Product finish is excluded from this warranty. Items that are subject to wear are not considered defective when worn and are not covered. The warranty is void if the "Warning to Driver" decal is not properly displayed on the vehicle. No other warranties are expressed or implied. We reserve the right to make changes in design, materials, and specifications without prior notice. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which may vary from state to state. Some states do no allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts or allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. There are no warranties, expressed or implied including any implied warranties of merchantability and fitness, which extend beyond this warranty period. There are no warranties that extend beyond the face hereof. Seller disclaims implied warranty of merchantability. This warranty shall not apply to any product which has been improperly installed, modified or customized. Warranty does not apply to any components used for racing purposes or racing type activities. To make a claim under this warranty contact Revtek Industries about the problem prior to removing any parts from the vehicle. If it appears that the part is warrantable, you will be given a Return Authorization (RA) number and asked to return the part freight prepaid. If the part is found to be warrantable, it will be repaired or replaced and returned to you. All freight charges are the customer's responsibility. If a replacement part is needed before the part in question can be returned, you must first purchase the replacement part. Then, if the part in question is deemed warrantable, you will be credited / refunded.
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