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this is an excellent post. if you cant rebuild it reading this you need to stay out of it.

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Added: September 23, 2009
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wow, your write up made my job a whole lot quicker and faster on my 2001 superduty, I decided to go to lowes and buy everything to make your seal installer design. Worked great and cost only $ 18 bucks, and a good half hour of grinding on the floor flange. I went one step further and pulled the abs wire out to the wheel bearing hub and forced grease down into the hub (another tip online that i had read). thanks again

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Added: September 8, 2009
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I am a Caterpillar tech, I think that you should write instructions for them also. I found that your instructions were very helpful.Thanks so much. Darryl

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Added: September 7, 2009
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Thanks to all the recent posters! I appreciate you feedback!!

Jerry


Added: August 30, 2009
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Anticipating working on my '02, Superduty Diesel. Searched the web and found your article. I do beleive this is one of the finest repair articles I have ever read! Thank you for taking the time out for all the information.

Added: August 27, 2009
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Thanks for the write up! We are halfway through this job and I wanted to add a few notes.
When constructing the special tool, the instructions said to ground it to 3 & 3/16" which I though was a lot to take off so I waited till I had the seal. I then ground the tool base until it fit and found it was 3 & 7/8"
Also, I have a 04 F250 and it had a metal ring behind the large dust seal that we reused. It's a little beat but should work fine.
I was unable to locate a 1 5/16 socket but found that a 33mm worked fine.
So far the hardest part has been that my buddy helping me keeps jumping ahead and messing up the steps. Thanks again.


Added: August 27, 2009
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Great write up on ball joint replacements. Shop wanted $900 for my Excursion, found your step by step write up so I am doing it myself. Also like the simple "Specialty Tools" made from common pipe and fittings. Thanks for taking the time to do a thorough job on this article!

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thanks for the posting....saved me some dough.

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Your step by step instructions prove there are still good people in the world. Sure will save me a lot of stress and headaches having more knowledge than I did. Will let you know how it comes out. Thanks a bunch!

Added: August 25, 2009
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Great write up! I am actually in the prcess of doing mine now! You write up has been right on the money! Thank you for taking the time to explain it, and document each step.

Mike


Added: August 25, 2009
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