Submitted by Name: Chuck Jaxel From: US of A E-mail: Contact
Comments: Very well written and pictures are very helpful. thanks for your time posting this procedure.
Added: August 15, 2008
Submitted by Name: Rod Green From: Australia E-mail: Contact
Comments: Love your site, I've gotten heaps of helpful info that in Australia is otherwise hard to get. I want to be able to operate low range in 2wd only (turn off the 4wd) for reversing my large caravan on hard surfaces. Do you have any idea how I might be able to do this?
Added: August 1, 2008
Submitted by Name: Duane
Comments: Thanks good job on the write ups with the pictures looks easy enough. Almost like wrenching on old iron. Know whats hsppening this weekend now. Again thanks
Added: July 23, 2008
Submitted by Name: Cornel Gafencu From: Belleville,MI E-mail: Contact
Comments: Very useful info it helped me figure this thing out!
Added: July 13, 2008
Submitted by Name: Steve Grantham From: Crawfordville, Florida E-mail: Contact
Comments: Excellent Job! Much better then both of the manuals I have. The tool worked great!
Added: June 25, 2008
Submitted by Name: Heath G From: Monticello MN E-mail: Contact
Comments: I just looke at your posting. Very nice job on explaining how to replace the ball joints. I just wish I would have seen it a few days ago. I just did mine and it worked out, but it would have been nice to see yours, i missed a few things like applying new grease. And i realy like how you made the tool
Added: June 23, 2008
Submitted by Name: Pierre Isabelle From: Ontario, Canada E-mail: Contact
Comments: Great guide!. Nice to see tips and tricks on making our own special tooling for proper installation. Thanks.
Added: May 10, 2008
Submitted by Name: Braxton Brooks From: Boynton Beach, Fl E-mail: Contact
Comments: Thanks this was a lot more helpfull than the dealer. I am not a mech but I just replaced my 4x4 hub and seals with your help. saved about $1000.00.
Added: May 2, 2008
Submitted by Name: rich From: brooklyn ny E-mail: Contact
Comments: great walk through, thanks for the help.
Admin reply: You are welcome.
Added: May 1, 2008
Submitted by Name: Tommy From: Denver
Comments: This site was far more informative than the truck repair manuals I have for the vehicle. I haven't used the information yet, but plan to this weekend. Please keep up the good work.
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