Now in the tradition of all good shop manuals simply re-assemble in
reverse order fitting your new pinch bolts, nylok nuts and cotter
pins where appropriate also applying fresh thread-lok to the caliper
'90 – '94 brake caliper shown, '95 onwards caliper
has a slightly different mounting.
Up to '90 the upper ball joint uses a taper fit, 91 onwards it uses
a pinch bolt.
Up to '90 the sway bar is mounted on the lower arm and need not be
'91 – '94 uses a pinch bolt for the sway bar end link joint fixture,
'95 onwards uses a taper for the sway bar end link fixture
Brake caliper mounting = 45 - 65 lb/ft(90 – 94)
Brake caliper mounting = 21 – 26 lb/ft (95 on)
Brake caliper anchor = 126 – 168 lb/ft (95 on)
Upper ball joint = 51 – 67 lb/ft
Sway bar end link = 30 – 40 lb/ft
Tie rod end = 35 – 47 lb/ft
Lower ball joint = 80 – 115 lb/ft
Wheels = 90 – 100 lb/ft
With castle nuts tighten to the lower torque figure, and then tighten
a little more until the cotter pin hole aligns with a slot in the nut.
Check out these associated tech tips:
Sway bar end links ( http://www.lincolnsonline.com/tech/00038.html
Upper ball joint ( http://www.lincolnsonline.com/tech/00112.html
Here is Glenn with his limo!