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Wow, what a time and money saver. Spent days looking through manuals and websites to no avail before seeing the great pics and right on instructions. Used the info to replace hubs and axle seals. No I feel confident to replace the ball joints. Loved the home made tool. Thanks for the great work.

Added: July 8, 2009
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Thanks for the writeup and the instructions on the special tool. I couldn't figure out which way the axle seal went or how to press it on straight. This worked perfect.

Added: July 6, 2009
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helped very much thank you saved me time and money and the special tool worked great

Added: July 3, 2009
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just one more thank you, it helps to have part#'s , love the pix. thanks, i'll buy you a beer,

Admin reply: You're welcome. Too bad I can't take ya up on the beer.


Added: June 30, 2009
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This was great! I started on my own and didn't know the next step after pulling the hub.This is better than any manual I've seen.Thanks again for takin the time.

Admin reply: Thanks for your post. Glad you liked the write-up.


Added: June 20, 2009
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Thankyou for taking the time to do this article. I was having to try and explain this procedure over the phone when I ran across this sit. I can onlt imagine the time it took to do a play by play. Thanks again-Robert

Admin reply: Glad to help. Thanks for posting.


Added: June 5, 2009
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You are the best. I do my own work on vehicles and would have still been trying to figure out how to get the hub out. Ever think of writing for Chiltens or Haynes. I have never seen anything like this in one of their books.

Loved the tool too. I find myself making many of my own tools as well. I was concerned about the pipe fitting over the axle but the 1.25 inch was right on the mark. After that, I didn't even question the 1 5/16" socket size.

Really cool... Thanks

Admin reply: Thanks Matt. The main reason I did the write-up was because I wasn't exactly satisfied with other sources of information on the topic. I very much appreciate you taking the time to post your comments.


Added: May 29, 2009
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Thanks for the detailed write up. You may want to add that OTC 6695 is the generic tool for the axle seals, runs 40$-$80's .

Admin reply: Thanks Joe. I added the information on the tool to my pages. Thanks for the great suggestion.


Added: May 27, 2009
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Excellent write-ups. I have used the Ball joint replacement write-up this week-end and everything worked great. Good pictures and explanations, easy to follow. As for the site it is a super site with super info. Keep it up ! Thanks a lot.

Admin reply: Hello Guy,

Thanks for you remarks. I appreciate your comments about the site and I am glad you found the ball joint write up helpful.

Regards,
Jerry


Added: May 25, 2009
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Great write-up. Thanks for taking the time to include pics. Just when I figured the internet had become just a marketing gizmo whose only use is to rule the masses and exploit the "consumers" most humans have become I find a how-to like yours that was shared simply to help others - Excellent! :) :)

Admin reply: John,
Thanks for your nice words. It really is appreciated. I am glad you found the write-up helpful and appreciate you taking the time to comment.
Regards, Jerry


Added: May 18, 2009
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