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Nice write up. I could have used it a couple of days ago. I just changed the Ball Joints on my super duty and used a drift to knock the axle seal on. The idea of the pipe and floor mount was good. Good work.

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Happy Birthday. We were going to make a donation, but don't see where we can. Did you get rid of it?

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Thanks to all who took the time to leave comments. Your comments are much appreciated.

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I just wanted to tell you that you have done an excellent job detailing the steps for the ball joint replacement on the SuperDuty Pickups! A fine job!

Added: January 6, 2009
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Excellent work with the site. You've enabled me to get to work on my truck with much more confidence. I've used your power steering flush and your ball joint replacement write-ups. I have to admit that during the ball joint replacement I became extremely jelous of your posi-lock puller... It sure looked a hell of a lot easier than my pry bar and 3lb hammer... My shoulders still hurt two days later. Keep up the good work and many thanks.

Admin reply: Thanks! I appreciate the comments. Very funny about the posi-lock puller. It was a great advantage.


Added: January 6, 2009
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Great site,very informative. I just replaced the ball joints on my f250. After 100,ooo miles in the rust belt I found it quite difficult to get things apart. To get the locking hub off I found it nessesary to make two cuts with a hack saw about 1/16 inch deep into the hub 180 degrees apart next to the bearing hub. Then I pryed it out with two flat screwdrivers. The bearing hub was so tight I had to torch the old ball joints off, then take the knuckle/hub/axle to the bench and proceed with a large hammer/punch/chisel.After that the studs needed replaced also. Its too bad Ford couldn't afford an engineer to come up with a better design. If they would have made it greasable from the start I wouldn't have had to replace them at all.

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You have an master piece of do it you self. Wish everyone sale parts, add this type an information for customer. You have an AAAAAAAA++++++, god bless you and keep doing the right thing for others.
Thanks,
Luis


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Your website is absolute top shelf and a blessing. Saves me time and over a thousand dollars.

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Thanks for a great site. I did a power steering flush today I had to do it in the mud since I found a crack in my jack stand. Glad I found the crack but that mud was a mess. Thanks again!!!!

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Nice site, very helpful info and great writeup's to keep our SD's rollin smooth. Thanks

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