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Thank you so much for all the information. I just recently bought a 2000 f250 turbo diesel and within the first week i had to replace the ball joints, seals, hub, and axle shaft. The ball joint write up helped me out so much and save me a tonnnn of money by doing it myself.

Thanks again
John


Added: November 16, 2010
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First off, I just wanted to say thank you. Your site is very informative, I'm very capable of doing any automotive service,repairs,& rebuilds myself but I'm a bit hesitant to jump into the issue im having with my truck.......
#1-There is a oil leak coming from the top of the engine but its not coming from the(hpop) plugs,or hoses "just lots of oil build-up on valley area"
#2-when i change the oil it has a rough idle for aprox. the first 2-3,000 miles or until oil is broke down.
I'm praying that its not the injectors ,is there anything you can suggest?


Added: November 14, 2010
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Hey, I used your instructions for changing the ball joints and axle u-joints on my 2000 F250,4x4. They really came in handy and saved a lot of guess work.
Thanks,
Jim


Added: November 8, 2010
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Wow, exceptional instructions for replacing the ball jionts on my '01 F250. The detail you provided really took out all the guess work you are typically left with in the factory manuals. Thanks again for your hard work in putting together this web site. :D

Admin reply: Thanks Dan, for taking the time to post your feedback. I am glad the article helped you.


Added: October 21, 2010
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I had to replace the ball joints on my wifes F350 7.3L dulley. My brother in law found the diagram and printed it off. It was a life saver, thank you so much for the site. Very helpfull. If it were not for you and this web site we would have been out a LOT of money that we did not have. Thank God for honest people like you who really want to help people.

Admin reply: Thanks for your kind words. I am glad to have helped you.


Added: September 8, 2010
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Awesome write ups. Great and very useful info. getting ready to replace my 2000 F350 PSD ball joints soon. I'll be sure to try and provide whatever support and visitors to your website as possible in return. Keep up the great work. :)

Admin reply: Thanks for taking the time to post. Thanks too, for your support!


Added: September 8, 2010
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I wanted to thank you for putting together such a fine site. Im a do it yourselfer and have always worked my own vehicles. This is my first Diesel pickup (99 F350 7.3 4x4 duelly) and was lost to its workings and repair. I am still learning something new everyday. Your site gives me the confidence to tackle what ever is needed. Thank you.

Admin reply: Thanks for taking the time to post, Jim. Kind words such as yours, make this site rewarding to work on. Take care. Jerry


Added: July 25, 2010
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What a great site. I had a front wheel bearing go out on my truck and didn't know where to start. I found your site and jumped in using your guidance and pictures. Thanks for the help. I've added your site to my favorite list.

Added: July 5, 2010
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Love the great write-ups. As a home-mechanic wich I found is the most reliable, I have had to learn everything about diesels and 1ton trucks and their maint. Thanks again and keep upi the great work :!cool: :!cool:

Added: June 25, 2010
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Just another thanks. Made the outer axle seal "special tool" and it worked awesome. this site pretty much got my front axle back together. Great site, instructions and pictures. Keep up the good work.

Added: April 2, 2010
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