Comments: The site great, very helpful and informative...thank you
Admin reply: Thank you, JH!
Added: April 29, 2013
Submitted by Name: Eric From: Florida
Comments: great info better than the factory
Admin reply: Thanks, Eric. Glad you liked my info.
Added: April 23, 2013
Submitted by Name: Terry From: Northern Alberta Canada E-mail: Contact
Comments: Very good site iv"e been looking for part numbers that ford can't seem to find but here they are COOL
Admin reply: Terry, I'm glad the part numbers were useful. Thanks for posting.
Added: April 4, 2013
Submitted by Name: Dylan From: British Columbia. Canada E-mail: Contact
Comments: Thanks.....very helpful....
Admin reply: Dylan, you are very welcome.
Added: March 22, 2013
Submitted by Name: Charles From: Texas E-mail: Contact
Comments: Thanks for taking the time to do a ball joint write up. I just used it to complete a complete rebuild of all my front steering components. When I say complete I mean complete...from the bearing hubs to the ball joints. I wanted to have everything new again. To support your site ; I purchased it all from your links to Amazon. I even purchased the seal driver. It's a small sum of money compared to what the dealer wanted.
Thanks again, Charles
Admin reply: Hello Charles. Thanks for posting. I am glad things went well. Thanks so much for using my Amazon links. That means a lot to me and is sincerely appreciated.
Best regards, Jerry
Added: February 22, 2013
Submitted by Name: Bill From: Florida E-mail: Contact
Comments: Thanks for the great info! One question if I may...I'm going to attempt a coolant flush/replacement and while I'm at it I plan to replace the water pump, thermostat housing, thermostat, gasket, and hoses. In your opinion do you have any preference in the order of performing all of those prceedures. Does it matter? Thanks for your time.
Added: February 15, 2013
Submitted by Name: Matt Syme From: Canada baby! E-mail: Contact
Comments: Dude, I just changed my ball joints as per your photos and literature! other than me bending my castle nut and having to get another one, Everything went tickity boo. It was my first time doing ball joints and after doing it on my truck I wouldn't hesitate to do it again. Thanks big time, Matt
Admin reply: Matt- you are very welcome. Thanks for posting your experience. Glad it went well.
Added: February 13, 2013
Submitted by Name: Kevin From: Creole, LA E-mail: Contact
Comments: Jerry Any chance you could give some insight/wisdom on changing out glow plugs....and broken ones too? Thanks
Admin reply: Sorry, Kevin, not yet. I am doing that project this spring though, so I will be posting an article then.
Added: January 29, 2013
Submitted by Name: randy mercer From: elizabethton, tn
Comments: thank you for such great info. I've been a ford man since '74. F100's 250's 350's. And a big 10-4 on that no bail out money. My 2002 f350 sc dually 6-speed w/84k miles is a top running ride because of you. Mbrp turbo back,s&b intake,edge evolution, moto metal wheels, led's all around and of course true blue metallic.
Admin reply: Randy -Thanks for posting and for the kind words. Your truck sounds great. I wish I only had 84K!
Added: January 19, 2013
Submitted by Name: Tim From: South Jersey/Philly Area E-mail: Contact
Comments: Great Site with a ton of useful information! I appreciate you making all of this information available to the public with such clear instructions and pictures.
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