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THANKS ALOT FOR THE HELP ONE THING YOU MIGHT WANT TO ADD IS TO INSTALL THE BIG SEAL ON THE AXLE SHAFT WHILE IT IS INSIDE THE KNUCKLE ALREADY BOLTED UP,IT HELPED GUIDE IT ON . THANKS AGAIN FOR THE HELP

Added: August 24, 2009
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i have never changed. my oil much less worked on my own vehicle , but with the economy the way it is ive had to make changes. with the help of your write up i was able to change the upper and lower ball joints on the right side and the hub assembly on the left side along with the proper seals and dust covers . without your help this would not have been possible for me , so thank you for your write up and closeup pictures !!!

Added: August 15, 2009
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thanks for taking the time to help me learn how to fix my ford. i have a leak or drip from my front axle . and i wanted to check my front bearings or change them . thank you can i pay you to fix my truck .

Added: August 13, 2009
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Thanks, great write up, made the job much easier

Added: August 10, 2009
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Excellent write up. I followed your directions and it made changing mine a whole lot easier. Thank you so much for taking the time to take awesome pics and all... GREAT WORK

Added: August 10, 2009
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Great write up! Very helpful. I definetly understand the procedure alot better now.

Added: August 7, 2009
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Thank you for the great information. It is always nice to get an idea of how others perform their tasks. I am a Heavy diesel truck mechanic, but was asked to work on my father in laws truck, which is a lot different than semis. Anyway thanks again and keep up the good work!!!

Added: August 6, 2009
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I bought my first PSD 2yrs ago-->01 7.3L 4x4 CC. I just got lucky and come across the url to your superduty.com. I placed your site on top of my favorites. Your site has given me the information and knowledge to do small mods and important fixs,that has saved me from having expensive repairs in the future. Thank You so very much for taking the time to create and update this site. I never really post like this to say thanks, but you Sir deserve a big Thank You. When I bought my 7.3L,she had 258K miles on her. The company said they just couldn't keep it running...They just wanted her out of their yard. They sold me the 7.3L for $2,500. After spending many hours here, and replacing all the sensors and a handfull of other small parts. The 7.3L has been a very reliable daily driver and she even pulls my 32ft 5th wheel with never a problem. Thanks Again.

Added: August 2, 2009
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Great writeup with step by step instructions and great pictures.

Another writeup I seen told us to take the axle and seal to the dealer and have them install.Your tool worked perfect and I will add it to my collection of SOV tools.

I appreciate the time you took to write this and post it online. I know these things take a lot of time but you have saved a lot of people time and $$.

My hat goes off to you!

Thanks from Ohio!


Added: August 1, 2009
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Thanks so much. I have a manual on disc but your info and pics were far better and easier to follow.

Added: July 30, 2009
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