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Jerry
Great job on all the write ups....A#1 photos, directions and commentary. Thanks so much.

Admin reply: Kevin,

You're very welcome. Glad you found my info useful. Thanks for taking the time to post.

Jerry


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Very good reference material. Thanks for taking the time to document for the 7.3 PSD community. :!cool:

Admin reply: Thanks, Howard. I am glad you found my info useful.


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Thanks for the very clear steps on ball joint replacement. Bought them through your site. I love the high quality how to's! Keep them going!

Admin reply: Hi Josh. Thanks for the nice words, and of course, thanks so much for purchasing through the links, it's really appreciated.

Jerry


Added: December 6, 2012
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Great web Site. I use it as a reference tool.. Saved me a lot of time and money..

Admin reply: Thanks for posting. I'm glad you saved some money.


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Please buy a 6.0! :)

Admin reply: Thanks, Brad. I take that as a compliment. It seems like I'll drive this 7.3 forever. I'd love to get a new truck but this one still looks and runs great. I'm missing generations of Super Duty trucks.


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Thanks for the use of your website. I have been using it for a couple of years now and have finally made it my home page. I am intrigued by the Frantz bypass filter and have ordered one for my '01 F250 7.3ℓ. Then it is on to the ball joints.
Best PSD web site out there!

-Keith

Admin reply: Thanks, Keith. The Frantz filter really is pretty amazing. Good Luck.

Jerry


Added: November 14, 2012
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Thanks for the thorough, well thought out information. You turned what was a feared hub/wheel bearing replacement into a piece of cake. The homemade tool was perfect!

Thanks again,
Scott

Admin reply: Scott,

You are most welcome. Like most things, if you have a rough idea how to do it, it makes it much easier.

You have a cool email address!

Jerry


Added: October 5, 2012
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Thanks for all the information. I will definitely buy my parts through your link. The time and frustration you are saving me is well worth it.

Admin reply: Thanks a lot. It's truly appreciated.

Jerry


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Thanks. web designer or not you have done a great job and it has been a great help. Thank you. :)

Admin reply: Thanks for the nice words.


Added: September 18, 2012
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Wow, Im so glad I just found your site.I spend the better part of last nite looking for site in doing my front hub/axle.Just so I can have a visual of what was coming off n how.(Im not a mech, but have some back round)
Got tired of looking so went out this morning to rip it down, now just have to go out next week n pick up the parts n reassemble.So tonite I came back online to see if I have better luck in finding a site,n I stumble on to your site. I found what I was looking for ,and I have to say you have a super layout of the process.I feel havent messed anything up just yet. = )

Admin reply: Glad you are finding my info of some use.


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