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Just finished doing the ball joints on my 04 F-350 Super Duty. Your step by step procedure with great photos took an slightly intimidating project and made it do able. Thanks so much for your time and efforts to share this with others.
Gary


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Fantastic Resource, thank you for putting it out there;
Owner of a 2002 F250 Super Duty 4x4 Crew Cab.
111,000 miles.

Question;
I'm fixing to replace my ball joints, what manufacture do you recommend? I have heard Moog or Detroit Axle are good..... your thoughts?

I'm also interested in your bypass oil filter setup.

Keep up the great work.


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Great resource for my 02 4WD 7.3 Excursion Limited w/125K. I do most of the work myself and own the Ford service manuals...but this is a much handier reference. Many thanks!

Added: April 18, 2018
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You may have seen these, but go to ebay and search "superduty center console cupholder". It's a cupholder that attaches to the front of the console, it's pricey, but it is worth it!

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Thank you so much!

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Happy to come across this page. I am very grateful for your help and contribution

Added: January 18, 2018
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Nice web page. If you ever need to reference the factory Ford service repair manual, let me know. I have on DVD:
All Ford Vehicles (1996-2002)
(October 2001)
TSBs
Recalls/ONPs
Workshop Manuals
Body Collision Repair Manuals
Wiring Diagrams
PC/ED
Engine/Emission Facts Summary.
Comes in handy. I can easily forward whatever info you might need. Covers all Pickups, cars, vans, super duty, suv, etc. Ford, Lincoln and Mercury. OK, Thanks again!


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Thanks for your writeups they are reliable and fantastic with great pics..P.S. I'm gonna do your security system write up...don't want this good work in the hands of someone who hasn't earned it...ha thanks again.. Larry

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Just want to say THANKS. I do work on my own vehicle many times although I can't say I do it out of enjoyment..it just is to expensive most of the time but when I do pay to have it done mostly the job is not done right..I recently heard some bearing noise in one front hub so I decided to replace both hubs,all ball joints and universal joints in both frt axles..I found ur write up and followed each numbered step. Even though u don't include universal joints it was great to check off each step, knowing I was one step closer. Your attention to detail matches up with real life experiences..the pictures,methods,tips and continual socket sizes were time saving examples. My experiences at times were a little different and maybe more difficult but I was able to overcome through your write up.
I would love to see someone do both sides in 2 to 3 hrs but I agree with u on about 12. I did mine over a week..30 min here 1hr there, then stayed on it 1 day to finish..about 12 hours...which involved cleaning and painting exposed parts, double checking and researching when things didnt come apart or line up like I thought they should, breaks from our Texas heat, and annoying little things that cost a lot of time...like a zerk fitting that broke off on totally installed ball joint and knuckle assembly that took probably 2 hours total trying to find tools to remove, looking for possible new ball joint after hours, and finally persistently getting zerk and its pieces magnetically removed from ball joint.
I have a 2002 f250 4x4 7.3 250000 miles. Bought in 2014
Gradually going thru it making sure things are right or as good as new and the way I like it...next is going to be replace pesky 2002 VSM (vehicle security module) possibly having hydro-boost rebuilt locally ,replace carpet and sound deaden floor.. thanks again.. Larry


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Excellent write up on the superduty ball joint repair. I used it for my 2002 excursion. Thanks!

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